CLICO INSURANCE: THE PERFECT CRIME

Sheri Veronica says…

“CLICO has become the poster child for all that is wrong in Barbados. The people know that elite wrongdoers are well protected – they have the protection of the police and the government.

The stench of corruption and the grandstanding of sanctimonious, arrogant, lawless and contemptuous elite engulf the people. Citizens are arming themselves, shooting at police and committing more grievous crimes. With millions of dollars stolen and no real hope of its recovery, approximately 20,000 seniors are at risk of poverty. And finally, as has been alluded to above, hardly ever are elites incarcerated in BARBADOS.”

All we at BFP can add to that is… Amen, sister! Amen.

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4 responses to “CLICO INSURANCE: THE PERFECT CRIME

  1. John Hanson 1781-1782, I SERVE 1788-1792 BARBADOES,

    We keep posting and you keep looking the other way for another answer ,
    PLANTATION DEEDS AND HISTORY FRAUD THAT FEEDS THE CROOKS , THAT PUT US WHERE WE ARE TODAY,
    WAKE THE FFFFF UP

  2. Party Animal

    Another Untouchable ! why are these Untouchables not in Prison, particularly the one that was caught going into the USA with $ 250.000.00 in cash just a few weeks ago, if that was me going into the USA with anything over $ 10.000.00 I would be enjoying their Prison.

  3. John Hanson 1781-1782, I SERVE 1788-1792 BARBADOES,

    THEY ARE BEING BACK BY THE HEAD CRIME BOSS , THE PRIME MINISTER OF BARBADOS AND HIS AG.

    WELL REMEMBER WHAT FUEL THE FRAUD , PLANTATION LAND , FRAUD TITLES SEE THE FIRE OF MASSIVE FRAUD, RIGHT IN TO THE BANK AND THE LAUNDERING OF BARBADOS,

  4. Kor Blummah

    Donville Innis is calling for a Bajan jurist to be on the CCJ, because as night follows day, this CLICO case is bound to end up in the hands of the CCJ and all of those politicians and lawyers who are indebted to Leroy Parris , wants someone on the CCL to lobby on their crooked behalf.
    The CCJ is in good hands, as was ably demonstrated last week in another case, when a decision went against three prominent Bajan Lawyers, two of whom are linked to CLICO. In handing down the decision the Judge chided one of the prominent lawyers for using the court system to his benefit. The question was asked, How come that these Bajan lawyers were unable to settle a case after 14 years, and it took the CCJ just six months to do so.
    Right on CCJ