The contempt of the elites for the rule of law continues in the CL Financial scandal.
‘We’ the people sometimes forget the primary rules of island life:
- In any large scale fraud upon the public, initial Profits are privately owned by the elites who did the fraud. Later Losses are publicly owned.
- There will be zero accountability or transparency by the elites charged with “getting to the bottom of things”.
- No elite is ever charged with any crime, except if it is really necessary. In that event, the police are given marching orders and not enough time and resources to complete the task. The accused will be found ‘not guilty’ in a fair trial before a carefully selected judge.
“I’m sure there’s some good legal reason why High Court Justice Kaye Goodridge ordered the Barbados Police to put the CLICO criminal charges on hold. Always is some good legal reason for doing what is done.
It’s just that we predicted this months ago. Futures destroyed, pensions gone, lifetimes of work and savings stolen… and nobody will ever pay.
Nothing changes ’bout hey. Nothing. Ever. Changes.”
And like we’ve said at BFP before, it’s a good thing that Prime Minister Thompson died before the public knew of his role in money laundering millions of CLICO dollars for his close friend Leroy Parris.
But still, there are those good citizens who keep pounding away at a corrupt system ruled by corrupt elites…
Afra Raymond is one of those good citizens looking for justice for us all.
See his email exchange showing how the caretaker CL Financial Directors duck, dodge and slide…