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Ben Ainslie: ‘Thoughts & Prayers Go Out To All’

Ben Ainslie: ‘Thoughts & Prayers Go Out To All’

“Hard to take the news of more attacks in London. Thoughts and prayers go out to all those involved,” Sir Ben Ainslie said. The comments from Ainslie — the skipper of British team Land Rover BAR who is in Bermuda taking part in the America’s Cup — follow after last night’s terror attack in London, which left seven... Read more of this article

Premier: Thoughts & Prayers With Manchester

Premier: Thoughts & Prayers With Manchester

[Updated] Premier Michael Dunkley has written to British Prime Minister Theresa May expressing Bermuda’s “shock and horror” following last night’s terrorist attack in Manchester. In a formal letter on behalf of Bermuda, the Premier wrote, “Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims, those injured, and... Read more of this article

Cayman Officers Will Not Be Prosecuted

Cayman Officers Will Not Be Prosecuted

Cayman’s director of public prosecutions has ruled that the police officers involved in a fatal shooting will not be charged following a report from the Bermuda Police Service according to a report from the Cayman News Service. Officers from the Bermuda Police Service traveled to Cayman Islands earlier this year to assist, with the Cayman police... Read more of this article

Four Charged: Money Laundering $2.5 Million

Four Charged: Money Laundering $2.5 Million

Four people appeared at the Cardiff Crown Court in Wales, with the charges stemming from financial transactions conducted by Jeffrey Bevan whilst employed in the Bermuda Accountant General’s office, with the four defendants accused of laundering the proceeds of $2.5 million allegedly stolen from the Bermuda Government between 2011 and 2013.Detective... Read more of this article

BPS Assisting JCF With Murder Investigation

BPS Assisting JCF With Murder Investigation

The Bermuda Police Service is assisting the Jamaican Constabulary Force with their investigation into the death of 55-year-old Bermudian Ronald Raynor, with the BPS saying that the “circumstances of Mr. Raynor’s death are suspicious and the JCF is dealing with the matter as a murder investigation.”A police spokesperson said, “The... Read more of this article

Flags At Cabinet And Govt House At Half-Mast

Flags At Cabinet And Govt House At Half-Mast

As a mark of respect for the victims of the attack in London, flags at the Cabinet Building and Government House were at half-mast yesterday. Following the attacks, Governor John Rankin said he is grateful to the Premier, the Leader of the Opposition and the many other people in Bermuda who have expressed their sympathy and support. “As Prime Minister... Read more of this article

Governor Rankin Thanks Everyone For Support

Governor Rankin Thanks Everyone For Support

Following the attacks yesterday in London, Governor John Rankin said he is grateful to everyone who expressed their sympathy and support, saying he knows “the people of Bermuda and the United Kingdom stand together in the face of this atrocity.”“The attacker, who was armed with two knives, injured around 40 people as he mowed down... Read more of this article

Premier: ‘Bermuda’s Thoughts Are With UK’

Premier: ‘Bermuda’s Thoughts Are With UK’

Premier Michael Dunkley said “Bermuda’s thoughts are with the people of the United Kingdom”, following today’s attack near Westminster. The Premier said, “This has been such a shocking and distressing event. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families impacted and the people of London and the UK as they deal with this cowardly attack on... Read more of this article

Sympathies Extended To UK Attack Victims

Sympathies Extended To UK Attack Victims

Following the terror attacks in London today, Opposition Leader David Burt extended his sympathies to the “innocent victims, their families, and our Parliamentary Colleagues in the UK.” At least three people died and 20 were injured when an attacker rammed a car into crowds of people before stabbing a police officer in the grounds of the... Read more of this article

Men Jailed For Shooting Businessman In UK

Men Jailed For Shooting Businessman In UK

Two men have been sentenced to prison for shooting and robbing businessman Timothy Mardon, who splits his time between Bermuda and the UK, in his Essex home. A BBC story said “A burglar who shot a businessman in a raid described as “every householder’s utter nightmare” has been jailed. “Timothy Mardon, 51, was left for dead... Read more of this article

BPS Arrive In Cayman For Shooting Investigation

BPS Arrive In Cayman For Shooting Investigation

Officers from the Bermuda Police Service have arrived in the Cayman Islands to assist in an investigation following a man being shot and killed by Cayman police on Friday morning. The Cayman News Service said “Two officers from the Bermuda Police Service have arrived on island and assumed control of the investigation into the circumstances of the... Read more of this article

Bermuda Police To Assist In Cayman Islands

Bermuda Police To Assist In Cayman Islands

The Bermuda Police Service will be assisting an investigation in the Cayman Islands after a man was shot and killed by the police. The Cayman News Service reported, “The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has confirmed that a man was shot and killed by police officers in the Windsor Park area of George Town. “Police said the incident occurred... Read more of this article

Two Found Guilty: Shooting Of Mardon In UK

Two Found Guilty: Shooting Of Mardon In UK

Two men have been found guilty of shooting and robbing millionaire businessman Timothy Mardon, who splits his time between Bermuda and the UK, in his Essex home. A Mirror article said, “The men targeted Timothy Mardon after mistakenly believing the insurance company president was using his Georgian, grade II-listed property as a large-scale cannabis... Read more of this article