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‘Others Bribed’

TONY BEST,

Added 23 June 2019

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Former government minister Donville Inniss has been charged in the United States. (FILE)

Insurance Corporation of Barbados, which allegedly bribed former Cabinet minister Donville Inniss to secure contracts, possibly made illegal payments to other “Government officials”, say prosecutors in the United States.

Prosecutors are contending they have evidence to support the allegation but don’t plan to present it when Inniss faces a Brooklyn, New York judge and jury in October.

However, it’s not known who are the “other Government officials”.

The assertions are contained in a document filed earlier this month in a federal district court and made available to the Sunday Sun. (TB)

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