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Old July 25th, 2020, 10:41 AM
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Default JLP: The Art of Robbing

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Mr Hutchinson leaned on the Government’s SCJ Holdings, which controls former sugar lands, to hand over the 2,400-acre Holland Estate in St Elizabeth – initially in a one-year, no-pay trial deal – to a company of which Mr Hutchinson’s common-law wife, Lola Marshall-Williams, is a shareholder, and her business partner, a manager at a farmers’ support agency that reported to Mr Hutchinson, and on whose board she sat. Ms Marshall-Williams’ company, Holland Producers Ltd, sublets portions of the estate to farmers.

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Less than a month before the Hutchinson scandal, Mr Vaz, minister without portfolio in the OPM extension, the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, was called out for attempting to lease, for himself, land on the boundaries of a protected forest. The environmental agencies that oversee the protected forest, and the agency from which the land would have been leased, reported to Mr Vaz.

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Two years ago, at the outbreak of the scandal over nepotism, cronyism and corruption at the Petrojam oil refinery, and similar complaints at other agencies in the portfolio of Dr Andrew Wheatley, the then science, technology and energy minister, Dr Wheatley engaged a slow, two-stage exit from the Cabinet – giving up, first, part of his portfolio, before being prevailed upon to offer a full resignation.

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the ministry said it was short of cash and proposed that Market Me pay the hotel, with the intention of reimbursement at a later date. This amounted to $174,577.47.Bryan said that while that arrangement was not standard practice, it was not isolated........


One more term and a den yuh aguh see robbery !
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