Donville back in US court
Former Minister of Industry and Commerce Donville Inniss will be in court again tomorrow in the United States.
Inniss, the former Member of Parliament of St James South, is set to be arraigned on a second superseding indictment in the Eastern District of New York, which is alleging he was part of an extravagant scheme to launder money through the United States, along with co-defendants, former insurance executives Alex Tasker and Ingrid Innes.
The NATION reached out to one of Inniss’ attorneys, Stephen Legon yesterday, but he was tight-lipped about the case and Tasker or Innes’ involvement.
“I will be in court on Friday with the accused, but I’m not authorised to speak about who else will be appearing in the case,” he said.
Tasker, a Barbadian, is a former senior vice-president of the Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited (ICBL), and Innes, a Canadian citizen, the former chief executive officer.
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