Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Financial Crime
Friday, December 30, 2022
READ THE LETTER THAT INDICTED BVI PREMIER USED IN A FAILED ATTEMPT TO EVADE JUSTICE IN MONEY LAUNDERING AND NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING CASE IN MIAMI
This is a true copy of the letter, filed by the attorney for defendant, BVI then-Premier ANDREW FAHIE, in his money laundering and narcotics trafficking case, in US District Court in Miami, alleging that he had immunity from criminal prosecution, due to his purported status as a Head of Government/Head of State. The British Virgin Islands, being not a sovereign nation, but a British Overseas Territory, Fahie does not have that legal status, and the allegation is without any merit at law, and without any truth, and made for the express purpose of committing a Fraud upon the Court.
It was prepared on official Premier of the British Virgin Islands letterhead stationary, and is signed and sealed, indicating its origin is the "Premier's Office, BVI." This creates the presumption that this Note constitutes a official act of government.
The individual who signed and created that letter has been charged with a crime, and there are allegations in the BVI that she was not authorized to execute it, but if that is true, why did Fahie's attorney proffer it to the Court? It is, as you can see, in the court file. And was the author, a government official, ordered by Fahie to seek his release from custody through that letter? The people of the BritishVirgin Islands deserve answers, as does the Court in Miami.