|Accused fraudster, Michael Beggs|
Most of the residents of Grand Cayman are quite familiar with the Caribbean Island Developments case, which is currently pending in US District Court in the Northern District of Illinois. In that case, liquidators of the former development company have brought suit against the developer, Michael Beggs, as well as the corporation that trades as Re/Max Holdings Cayman Islands, and the company's two owners, James Bovell, Kim Lund, and agent Oliver Dehart, who was also affiliated with the developer.
Second, Sharon Lamb maintains a personal relationship with Re/Max owners, James Bovell and Kim Lund, who are co-defendants in the Caribbean Island Developments case, and this relationship is of a continuing nature. In fact, Lamb used the offices of Re/Max today, to send outgoing messages on the Internet, which gives rise to the presumption that she has been using their facilities as an office, since the Government raided B & C Capital, Ltd., several months ago.
What exactly is Sharon Lamb's connection to Caribbean Islands Developments, and to Re/Max, and are other members of the Cayman Gang of Four also involved ?