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Criminal Complaint filed with FBI against Barbados lawyer Malcolm Deane and others for “money laundering, fraud, theft and forgery” ??? !!!

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UPDATED: November 11, 2013 –

Would the person who sent this to us please send the email again including attachments. We had a computer accident. Thank you.

On October 1, 2012, Barbados Free Press interviewed Sherene Mongroo about her father’s death and the vultures who swarmed her family and took everything. We published our story Sherene Mongroo follows trail of money-laundering…

Then we saw a Caribbean News Now! article in July 2013: Barbados police join multi-million dollar estate fraud investigation.

Today we received an unsigned criminal complaint apparently made by Sherene Mongroo to the FBI.

Why was it sent to Barbados Free Press? Is it an accurate copy of a criminal complaint to the FBI? Was it really filed with the FBI? Does the sender lack faith that the Barbados Police are doing a good job investigating the alleged fraud?

It was sent anonymously, so who sent it to us?

Hey folks… like we say… take it with some salt.

But it makes for some very interesting reading.

Should Mr. Malcolm Deane or anyone mentioned in this complaint care to publish a response here at BFP, we will prominently display their response and publish it unedited.

Okay folks… pour yourself a good shot of Mount Gay and settle back for a read…

August 20, 2013

FBI Long Island Resident Agency 135 Pinelawn Road, Suite 350S Melville, NY 11747

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Criminal complaint – money laundering, fraud, theft and forgery

I. Complainant:

Sherene Mongroo-Parisi

I, Sherene Mongroo-Parisi, the complainant in this matter, state that the following is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

II. Alleged Perpetrators:

  1. Sasedai Kumarie Persaud
    6-7 Commerce and Longden Streets, Georgetown, Guyana
  2. Hari Narayen Ramkarran aka Ralph Ramkarran, Attorney at Law 2 Avenue of the Republic, Georgetown, Guyana
  3. Debra Mary Rankin
    Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
    [Currently under arrest by the Cayman Islands police on suspicion of conspiracy to steal monies]
  4. Malcolm Deane, Attorney at Law
    Heritage House, Pinfold Street, Bridgetown, Barbados, West Indies Tel: +(246) 228 7900
  5. Weekes Kissoon Deane, Attorneys at Law
    Heritage House, Pinfold Street, Bridgetown, Barbados, West Indies Tel: +(246) 228 7900
  6. Ali Mudeen, CEO, J&T Bank and Trust Inc.
    Lauriston House, Lower Collymore Rock, St Michael, Barbados, West Indies Tel: +(246) 430-8650 / 1(866) 376-6230
  1. Errol S. Arjune, Director, Associated Brands
    PO Box 1138, Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies Tel: (868) 675 8650 (W) / (868) 623 3520 (H)
  2. Delcita Austin
    PO Box N-10888, Nassau, Bahamas
  3. Ruth L. Elizabeth Robinson
    PO Box N-3546, Third Floor, Beaumont House, Nassau, Bahamas
  4. Bank of The Bahamas Ltd
    Shirley & Charlotte Streets, PO Box N-7118, Nassau, Bahamas Tel: (242) 397-3000
  5. Frank Ebanks, Wealth Manager
    FirstCaribbean International Bank (Cayman) Ltd
    PO Box 68 GT, 25 Main Street, Grand Cayman, KY1-1102, Cayman islands Tel: 345-949-7300
  6. FirstCaribbean International Bank (Cayman) Ltd
    PO Box 68 GT, 25 Main Street, Grand Cayman, KY1-1102, Cayman islands Tel: 345-949-7300

III. Background and Chronology

My father was Yusuf Mongroo, who was originally from Trinidad but established a well known and extremely lucrative business in Guyana called Horse Shoe Racing, an off track bookmaker. He also owned and raced thoroughbred horses in Barbados and the US.

My father also had a multi-million dollar account with First Caribbean International Bank (FCIB) (Alleged perpetrator 10) in the Cayman Islands.

My father died in Guyana on August 15, 2010, at the age of 82, in highly questionable and distressing circumstances (see Document A – Death Certificate).

Although I am currently pursuing a legal action in the courts of Guyana in relation to my father’s estate and what purports to be his last will relating to his assets in Guyana, the circumstances of which are also under investigation by the Guyana police, this complaint is focused on fraud, theft and money laundering perpetrated in respect of my father’s bank account in the Cayman Islands, where the documentary evidence is currently most compelling and irrefutable.  Continue reading

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