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Video: Premier Cox On Allegations

Video: Premier Cox On Allegations

Premier Paula Cox spoke with us this afternoon [June 17] about the allegations levied during the Bolden trial, touching on international impact, her experience in Cabinet and the need to have a full investigation. David Bolden and his wife were accused of stealing from their company Emerald Capital and earlier this week were found guilty of one count... Read more of this article

‘Let The Police Investigate, Keep Politics Out’

‘Let The Police Investigate, Keep Politics Out’

[Updated] This morning [June 17] in the House of Assembly, Premier Paula Cox fired back at Opposition Leader John Barritt saying, “It is wrong and unconscionable for the Opposition Leader to seek to impugn the¬†integrity¬†of the Government.” She went on to say that, “The Police are investigating the allegations arising in the Bolden... Read more of this article

Allegations: Dr Brown, Lawyers, OBA Respond

Allegations: Dr Brown, Lawyers, OBA Respond

Former Premier Dr Ewart Brown, his lawyers and the One Bermuda Alliance [OBA] have all responded to the news that the Police have ‘commenced inquiries’ into the allegations made by David Bolden. Dr Brown has sought the services of QC Jerome Lynch to assist Mark Pettingill and Marc Daniels, and has also challenged David Bolden to “name... Read more of this article

Allegations: Police Have ‘Commenced Inquiries’

Allegations: Police Have ‘Commenced Inquiries’

[Updated] Following the allegations made by David Bolden about former Premier Dr Ewart Brown during his trial last week, Commissioner of Police Michael Desilva said, “The Bermuda Police Service is aware of the allegations and, accordingly, we have commenced inquiries to determine whether any criminal offences have been committed.” As reported... Read more of this article

Boldens: Guilty On 1 Count, Not Guilty On 18

Boldens: Guilty On 1 Count, Not Guilty On 18

At approximately 5pm today [June 14] the jury returned a verdict in the trial of David and Antoinette Bolden. They were found guilty on one count of misleading the Bermuda Monetary Authority, and acquitted on 18 charges of theft and money laundering. The verdict was a majority verdict with 10 – 2 split on the guilty finding, while on the other... Read more of this article