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Not a cent


Added 22 January 2015


John Griffiths, at his Waterhall Terrace, St James home yesterday, says he’s upset about the outcome of his aunt’s estate. (Lennox Devonish.)

THE MAN WHO Queen’s Counsel and Speaker of the House Michael Carrington owes almost a quarter-million dollars from an estate settlement, says that to date he has not received any money or documents as ordered by the High Court last month.

“Tomorrow [today], I will discuss with my lawyer what will be the next step, since I will have to await their advice about what next we will do,” John Griffiths told the DAILY NATION yesterday from his home at Waterhall Terrace, St James.

The 78-year-old returning national has also taken issue with some of the comments of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart who defended Carrington in the House of Assembly Tuesday and referred to the matter as one of a private nature.

Please read the full story in today's Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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