Is indicted former BVI premier Andrew Fahie sending signals to his co-conspirators in the British Virgin Islands ? His former health minister acknowledged a message from him, and a commenter noted that it reportedly took the form of a puzzling note.
Remember that, not only did Fahie admit to an undercover agent in his case that he was involved with other in the BVI in criminal activities, but the new government seemed to be ignoring that fact when the new Premier took office. How many additional people in the BVI worked with the "Not my First Rodeo" ex-Premier ?
Furthermore, it's no secret that government officials in Antigua and Dominica were visibly upset with the news of his Miami arrest, together with two others, on money laundering and narcotics trafficking charges. Given the rumours that he is actively attempting to cut a deal, and enter into a plea agreement, based upon his cooperation against other individuals in the Caribbean, who assist narcotics traffickers, there may be more defendants named.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that. both tourism and new corporation formation clients have declined since the Fahie arrest.