Ex-banker begs for mercy
The former bank employee who flattened a returning national’s account from over $312 000 to $28 in three months, has blamed a young life of poverty and bad company for his actions.
However, Kevin DaCosta Cadogan begged the court to believe he was not the same person who committed that offence ten years ago.
“For the last ten years all I have been doing is living in regret for every single thing that I did, every decision, and right now I try to live a life where daily I am just trying to pay back the community for what I did,” he told the No. 4 Supreme Court yesterday.
Sounding as if he was on the verge of tears, Cadogan said he was “young” and “naive” when he committed the crime.
It was supposed to be “a in, out, nobody don’t know ’bout we business”, he said. (HLE)
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