Court rules in favour of wrongfully dismissed NBS boss – orders compensation

Court rules in favour of wrongfully dismissed NBS boss – orders compensation


 

Former CEO Maurice Arjoon

More than a decade ago, Maurice Arjoon was hauled before the Courts on allegations of fraud and misconduct perpetrated against the New Building Society, (NBS).
Arjoon, a former Chief Executive Officer, attached to the financial institution was accused of conspiracy to defraud NBS of $69M.
Arjoon was on the verge of retiring when charges against him were instituted; he was dismissed from NBS, thus losing his pension and other benefits. He therefore sued NBS for wrongful dismissal and for withholding his pension.
The case dragged on for in excess of six years in the Court. And after months of delay in providing a judgment, the Court finally ruled yesterday. Arjoon was however not present for the hearing, reportedly due to his ill health.
The presiding Judge, Brassington Reynolds handed down a ruling in favour of Arjoon around noon. He essentially ruled that Arjoon suffered as a result of wrongful dismissal from NBS and should be compensated financially for the damages. The Judge also determined that the former executive is entitled to his pension, and severance benefits stipulated by law.
The Court however made no specific determination of the sum to be awarded. The former Executive Director had sued for some $550 million worth in damages.
Counsel for the plaintiff, Edward Luckhoo, (S.C) therefore requested that the Court make a calculation of the award. He noted that it should not be left to opposing parties to determine such figures. His request was acceded to by Counsel for NBS, Mr. Ashton Chase (S.C). The Court is therefore expected to give a computation of the amount in damages today. The Court nonetheless awarded court cost to the tune $200,000.
Reynolds offered his profound regrets for the delay in rendering the decision. The judge blamed the setbacks on his extensive administrative obligations. The Judge noted that in addition to his work, he dealt with the death of two close family members this year— his mother and son.
In a summation of the evidence provided in the civil trial, Reynolds pointed to the testimonies of witnesses of the defence as well as the evidence provided by Arjoon, himself.
He noted while NBS claimed “just cause” for the summary dismissal of Arjoon, the defendants did not underscore in the evidence led, the circumstances of the alleged misconduct.
The Judge said further that the New Building Society provided for summary dismissal in cases of misconduct. The Society had cited Arjoon for serious misconduct; a term which he (Arjoon) said could not be justified.
NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with. In a letter addressed to Arjoon prior his dismissal, the society said the unauthorized withdrawal was due to a dereliction of duty, fraud, neglect and or serious misconduct on the part of the former CEO. The Society had concluded that Arjoon had acted with serious misconduct.
But, the Court in its ruling determined that NBS failed to provide evidence which amounted to misconduct on the part of Arjoon, serious or otherwise.
“It is more probable than not that the Plaintiff was dismissed without reasonable or probable cause.”
Additionally, the Court ruled that the defendant failed in its bid of a counterclaim.
No justification
It had been noted, too, that in lieu of his dismissal, the plaintiff was invited to a meeting with the Board of the Society. Arjoon had requested through his attorney, Anil Nandlall, particulars of the alleged breach of his contract — but the Society refused to supply Arjoon with particulars it reportedly identified as part of the breach.
The Court said that the plaintiff by law was entitled to particulars of the allegations levelled against him but they were never given to him.
The Court therefore concluded there was no justification for NBS’ allegation.
Systematic failures
Further the Court outlined that recommendations were made for the strengthening of the financial system of NBS following the matter involving Arjoon in 2007. The Court opined that it could be safe to say that at the time of the withdrawal, systems were not in place.
“The failures, gaps and omissions were therefore systematic and not to be attributed to the officer that sat at the pinnacle of the chain of command.” The Court therefore declared that the system ought to have been better enforced.
Back in 2007, Arjoon was accused of conspiracy to defraud the NBS of $69M along with Kissoon Baldeo, 38, of 86 Zeeburg, West Coast Demerara (Assistant Mortgage Manager of NBS) and Kent Vincent of 1247 Canje Pheasant Lane, South Ruimveldt (Operations Manager). They had faced a trial in the Magistrates’ Court.
That matter was later dismissed for lack of evidence. The former CEO claimed that he was framed after he refused to illegally endorse the lending of $2B, in 2006; moved to sue NBS for wrongful termination of his contract.
A report by the Ombudsman had outlined that Arjoon’s decision to only lend an amount in keeping with Guyana’s financial laws, apparently angered former President, Bharrat Jagdeo, who allegedly threatened to deal with the CEO.

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Ombudsman’s report exposes Jagdeo’s witch hunt of NBS CEO, managers


 

A damning report by the Office of the Ombudsman has concluded that police wrongfully charged the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and two of his managers of a massive $69M fraud at the New Building Society, in 2006.
The explosive document by the public complaint office, released this month by Ombudsman, Justice Winston Moore, was based on complaints by Maurice Arjoon, the former CEO, who claimed that he was framed after he refused to illegally endorse the lending of $2B, in 2006. Arjoon’s decision to only lend $350M in keeping with the country’s financial laws angered former President Bharrat Jagdeo who allegedly threatened to deal with the CEO.
The Ombudsman’s report also questioned the role that Director of Public Prosecution, Shalimar Ali-Hack, and her husband, Sheik-ul-Hack, played in the investigations.
The report also questioned the police over missing key exhibits and failure to follow-up of obvious questions.
The report also called for the case to be re-opened.

Power attorney in Guyana comes a dime a dozen as people bribe the officials to get power of attorney to their rich relatives properties. It happened to one of my relatives where the family member was able to get a fictitious power of attorney and transfer a property in his name.  But the PNC has now decided that this practice of fraud is legitimate as they reward the perpetrator with backpay and let the crooks off scott free.

NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with.

antabanta posted:
antabanta posted:
Drugb posted:

But the PNC has now decided that this practice of fraud is legitimate as they reward the perpetrator with backpay and let the crooks off scott free.

What are you talking about?

Drugb??

Read the rest of my post. The pnc by ruling in favor of this crook has condoned the practice of ficticious power of attorney for fleecing the public.  

  • NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with
Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:
antabanta posted:
Drugb posted:

But the PNC has now decided that this practice of fraud is legitimate as they reward the perpetrator with backpay and let the crooks off scott free.

What are you talking about?

Drugb??

Read the rest of my post. The pnc by ruling in favor of this crook has condoned the practice of ficticious power of attorney for fleecing the public.  

  • NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with

Back in 2007, Arjoon was accused of conspiracy to defraud the NBS of $69M along with Kissoon Baldeo, 38, of 86 Zeeburg, West Coast Demerara (Assistant Mortgage Manager of NBS) and Kent Vincent of 1247 Canje Pheasant Lane, South Ruimveldt (Operations Manager). They had faced a trial in the Magistrates’ Court.


That matter was later dismissed for lack of evidence. The former CEO claimed that he was framed after he refused to illegally endorse the lending of $2B, in 2006; moved to sue NBS for wrongful termination of his contract.

A damning report by the Office of the Ombudsman has concluded that police wrongfully charged the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and two of his managers of a massive $69M fraud at the New Building Society, in 2006.
The explosive document by the public complaint office, released this month by Ombudsman, Justice Winston Moore, was based on complaints by Maurice Arjoon, the former CEO, who claimed that he was framed after he refused to illegally endorse the lending of $2B, in 2006. Arjoon’s decision to only lend $350M in keeping with the country’s financial laws angered former President Bharrat Jagdeo who allegedly threatened to deal with the CEO.


The Ombudsman’s report also questioned the role that Director of Public Prosecution, Shalimar Ali-Hack, and her husband, Sheik-ul-Hack, played in the investigations.


The report also questioned the police over missing key exhibits and failure to follow-up of obvious questions.The report also called for the case to be re-opened.


 

Well you need to read the above,who are you defending ??

Use your study of Boolean Logic,it will help to analyze.

Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:
antabanta posted:
Drugb posted:

But the PNC has now decided that this practice of fraud is legitimate as they reward the perpetrator with backpay and let the crooks off scott free.

What are you talking about?

Drugb??

Read the rest of my post. The pnc by ruling in favor of this crook has condoned the practice of ficticious power of attorney for fleecing the public.  

  • NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with

Which crook are you talking about?

antabanta posted:
Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:
antabanta posted:
Drugb posted:

But the PNC has now decided that this practice of fraud is legitimate as they reward the perpetrator with backpay and let the crooks off scott free.

What are you talking about?

Drugb??

Read the rest of my post. The pnc by ruling in favor of this crook has condoned the practice of ficticious power of attorney for fleecing the public.  

  • NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with

Which crook are you talking about?

Drugb??

  • NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with

Back in 2007, Arjoon was accused of conspiracy to defraud the NBS of $69M along with Kissoon Baldeo, 38, of 86 Zeeburg, West Coast Demerara (Assistant Mortgage Manager of NBS) and Kent Vincent of 1247 Canje Pheasant Lane, South Ruimveldt (Operations Manager). They had faced a trial in the Magistrates’ Court.

Drugb posted:
  • NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with

Back in 2007, Arjoon was accused of conspiracy to defraud the NBS of $69M along with Kissoon Baldeo, 38, of 86 Zeeburg, West Coast Demerara (Assistant Mortgage Manager of NBS) and Kent Vincent of 1247 Canje Pheasant Lane, South Ruimveldt (Operations Manager). They had faced a trial in the Magistrates’ Court.

This was a setup by the biggest teef in Guyana as reprisal to Arjoon for opposing him. This is why the case was dismissed. This is what the ombudsman's report revealed. But you know all of this.... right?

antabanta posted:
Drugb posted:
  • NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with

Back in 2007, Arjoon was accused of conspiracy to defraud the NBS of $69M along with Kissoon Baldeo, 38, of 86 Zeeburg, West Coast Demerara (Assistant Mortgage Manager of NBS) and Kent Vincent of 1247 Canje Pheasant Lane, South Ruimveldt (Operations Manager). They had faced a trial in the Magistrates’ Court.

This was a setup by the biggest teef in Guyana as reprisal to Arjoon for opposing him. This is why the case was dismissed. This is what the ombudsman's report revealed. But you know all of this.... right?

Setup is an unsubstantiated claim. The PNC swallowed this pill for political purposes and now saddle NBS with 80M in penalty. It all about politics, meanwhile Arjoon and his crooked co conspirators get off scott free after committing fraud. 

Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:
Drugb posted:
  • NBS had pointed to the withdrawal of almost $70 million from a saving and prosper account belonging to Bibi Shamina Khan. The withdrawal was made by way of a Power of Attorney; a matter which the society took an issue with

Back in 2007, Arjoon was accused of conspiracy to defraud the NBS of $69M along with Kissoon Baldeo, 38, of 86 Zeeburg, West Coast Demerara (Assistant Mortgage Manager of NBS) and Kent Vincent of 1247 Canje Pheasant Lane, South Ruimveldt (Operations Manager). They had faced a trial in the Magistrates’ Court.

This was a setup by the biggest teef in Guyana as reprisal to Arjoon for opposing him. This is why the case was dismissed. This is what the ombudsman's report revealed. But you know all of this.... right?

Setup is an unsubstantiated claim. The PNC swallowed this pill for political purposes and now saddle NBS with 80M in penalty. It all about politics, meanwhile Arjoon and his crooked co conspirators get off scott free after committing fraud. 

Unsubstantiated? Despite all the evidence? Amazing how you would bend over backwards and forwards to accommodate, protect, defend, promote the biggest thief the country has ever seen.

antabanta posted:

Unsubstantiated? Despite all the evidence? Amazing how you would bend over backwards and forwards to accommodate, protect, defend, promote the biggest thief the country has ever seen.

What evidence was provided to prove that Arjoon was setup for political payback? It was no more than a claim:

The former CEO claimed that he was framed after he refused to illegally endorse the lending of $2B, in 2006;

Furthermore the only reason he got off was because the systems to make this type of crime illegal was not in place:

 Systematic failures
Further the Court outlined that recommendations were made for the strengthening of the financial system of NBS following the matter involving Arjoon in 2007. The Court opined that it could be safe to say that at the time of the withdrawal, systems were not in place.

The PNC are merely using their position of power to lash out back at the PPP in preparation for 2020 elections. Don't let these crooks cloud your judgment. Meanwhile Arjoon got off for fraudulent power of attorney withdrawal. You must not have been a victim of fraudulent power of attorney in Guyana, hence your complacency and eagerness to embrace pnc propaganda. Trust me, I am very familiar with the crookishness that goes on in Guyana across party line and race. Your own family will rob you blind. 

December 25, 2014

I will never forgive or forget their evil faces sacked NBS CEO

nbs-crewThirteen years to the day after he started working at the New Building Society (NBS), Operations Manager, Kent Vincent, reported for duties as normal.
It seemed like just another day- May 31st, 2007.
But it was about to go all wrong. Vincent was told that he is being charged in connection with a $69M fraud committed on a customer’s account at NBS. Also charged was his boss, Maurice Arjoon, and co-worker, Kissoon Baldeo.
The high profile case was widely reported in the media not only because of the amount involved, but because of the fact that NBS is the biggest mortgage lender in Guyana.
Vincent was reportedly one of the signatories to the cheques issued to the person who used a fake Power of Attorney to carry out the fraud.
For seven years, after he was charged, the stain remained, despite the court case being dropped after the main witness- the holder of the account – had stopped coming to court.
Then in October, a shocking report by Ombudsman, Justice Winston Moore, found that the police should never have charged the three men. The report, based on a complaint by Arjoon, said that the men suffered a grave injustice and should be compensated for losing seven years of their lives.
Arjoon claimed in his complaint that they were framed because he refused to illegally lend $2B from NBS to finance the construction of the Berbice River Bridge. The decision by NBS apparently angered former President, Bharrat Jagdeo, he said.
Vincent is now the Chief Executive Officer of Food For The Poor, one of the biggest non-governmental organizations in the country.
Before he got the job in 2011, Vincent, a father of five daughters, suffered from the stigma of the charges. He was understudying the then CEO, Leon Davis, who was proceeding on retirement leave. But Vincent could not take up the post until his case was dropped in Magistrate’s Court in 2011.
Speaking with Kaieteur News, Vincent said that he was utterly shocked by the charges; he had no inkling of it. He had only shortly before been transferred from Essequibo to the NBS headquarters.
He and a few others had been cooperating with police on the investigations of the fraud with another staffer, Kumar Ragobar, being the main suspect. The day before he was charged he was told by his boss, Arjoon, that the police wanted them at Eve Leary the next morning.
On May 31, he was taken to court and charged with the two other managers for the $69M fraud.
$2M Bail
The court placed him on $2M bail. Vincent did not have the money as he had used his savings to buy household and other items. A sympathetic staffer paid the bail.
The charges significantly impacted Vincent who was without a job for eight months.
He stopped using his fans and microwave and put them away in the storeroom of the South Ruimveldt home he was renting.
For a few months, he could not even pay his rent but his landlord allowed them to continue living there.
But faith in God and support from the congregation of the Brickdam Cathedral where Vincent and his family were prominent members helped the family.
The first Sunday after he was charged, the priest publicly announced his support for the former manager and his family. It was a major boost as the church never discontinued Vincent from serving in his capacity.
Families and friends did what they could to help.
“It was then that I knew who were the real friends. People came and gave us money to help out. My sister in Guyana who was working also helped.”
Vincent said that he believed that the court case was being deliberately dragged on. It was only after his lawyer, Basil Williams, applied for the case to be dismissed because of the missing main witness that the court relented.
Vincent was not worried. “We did not do anything wrong. There was no evidence against me. I never felt any shame. I slept well. The only thing was that it was annoying attending court often.”
As a matter of fact, Vincent said that because of church upbringing, he has long forgiven the persons involved in causing seven years of his life to go.
“I have no malice against anyone. No grievance. I have been taught to forgive. If people do wrong and avoid the law of the land, in the end we would answer to the law of God. I forgave them since the beginning.”
Vincent does not know the real reasons why he was charged although he has heard some theories.
“Even if it was an error of judgment why were the charges not dropped after it was learnt who the real culprits were? The statements were clear that we should never have been charged.”
Vincent insisted that it could not be that he had a close relationship with his boss, Arjoon.
“We were not close. Mr. Arjoon was a rigid boss. We were not friendly in the sense that we went drinking.”
With regards to the positive news that came out of the Ombudsman’s report which cleared his name, Vincent said it was a huge relief.
“We…my family…were happy it came out in the way it did. When we were first charged it was all over the front page. It came out again on the front page in a different way. It showed we were not involved.”
The executive said it would have been difficult without the support of his wife and daughters, the eldest who is 26 now.
He has sued NBS for $500M.
Can’t Forgive
Vincent’s story of suffering would be similar to that of Arjoon. But different, too. He has not forgiven his accusers.
He said that his dismissal left him with a huge mortgage payment every month. For months, he could not even speak because of the shock.
“If it was not for my wife and family, it would have been difficult. We even stopped buying clothes.”
The Arjoon family was literally ostracized by persons that they once knew.  The couple lost weight.
“I told reporters that I am innocent and the truth will come out. Although internal and external investigations at NBS and the trial at the Magistrates’ Courts cleared us, it is solidified seven and a half years later by this report from Guyana’s Ombudsman.”
Arjoon was just a few months from retiring when he was sacked. He lost all his benefits, to the tune of millions, as a result of his dismissal.
His photos too had been splashed more than anyone in the local newspapers.

“The persons who conspired to get us charged took away seven and half years and continuing of our lives and that of our families. We have suffered immensely.  Their actions can be considered evil and criminal…”
Arjoon is asking for President Donald Ramotar to personally intervene to ensure that his benefits are paid.
He also wants the Director of Public Prosecutions, Shalimar Ali-Hack; Finance Minister, Dr Ashni Singh; and former NBS Chairman, Dr. Nanda Gopaul, and others involved in his “frame-up” to be “relieved of their positions, investigated and be dealt with according to law”.
“I will never forgive or forget their evil faces. Through their evil actions, the lives of a few men and their families were taken away and their reputations hurt. Justice has to be served.”
Baldeo is said to have migrated and suffered also from his sacking.

Ombudsman’s report exposes Jagdeo’s witch hunt of NBS CEO, managers

Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:

Unsubstantiated? Despite all the evidence? Amazing how you would bend over backwards and forwards to accommodate, protect, defend, promote the biggest thief the country has ever seen.

What evidence was provided to prove that Arjoon was setup for political payback? It was no more than a claim:

The former CEO claimed that he was framed after he refused to illegally endorse the lending of $2B, in 2006;

Furthermore the only reason he got off was because the systems to make this type of crime illegal was not in place:

 Systematic failures
Further the Court outlined that recommendations were made for the strengthening of the financial system of NBS following the matter involving Arjoon in 2007. The Court opined that it could be safe to say that at the time of the withdrawal, systems were not in place.

The PNC are merely using their position of power to lash out back at the PPP in preparation for 2020 elections. Don't let these crooks cloud your judgment. Meanwhile Arjoon got off for fraudulent power of attorney withdrawal. You must not have been a victim of fraudulent power of attorney in Guyana, hence your complacency and eagerness to embrace pnc propaganda. Trust me, I am very familiar with the crookishness that goes on in Guyana across party line and race. Your own family will rob you blind. 

The request for funds by Jagdeo that Arjoon refused.

Jagdeo's threat.

Meetings with DPP Hack and the Jagdeo cabal.

The NBS takeover by certain persons, orchestrated by the Jagdeo cabal.

Fraud is illegal anywhere in the world, once proven.

I have never been a victim of murder (obviously), that does not make me complacent about murder. Your accusation against me is stupid.

How does the court's comment about systems not being in place incriminate Arjoon?

Do you understand that the person who cashed the checks was apprehended and interrogated and gave evidence in this matter that vindicated Arjoon?

antabanta posted:
Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:

Unsubstantiated? Despite all the evidence? Amazing how you would bend over backwards and forwards to accommodate, protect, defend, promote the biggest thief the country has ever seen.

What evidence was provided to prove that Arjoon was setup for political payback? It was no more than a claim:

The former CEO claimed that he was framed after he refused to illegally endorse the lending of $2B, in 2006;

Furthermore the only reason he got off was because the systems to make this type of crime illegal was not in place:

 Systematic failures
Further the Court outlined that recommendations were made for the strengthening of the financial system of NBS following the matter involving Arjoon in 2007. The Court opined that it could be safe to say that at the time of the withdrawal, systems were not in place.

The PNC are merely using their position of power to lash out back at the PPP in preparation for 2020 elections. Don't let these crooks cloud your judgment. Meanwhile Arjoon got off for fraudulent power of attorney withdrawal. You must not have been a victim of fraudulent power of attorney in Guyana, hence your complacency and eagerness to embrace pnc propaganda. Trust me, I am very familiar with the crookishness that goes on in Guyana across party line and race. Your own family will rob you blind. 

The request for funds by Jagdeo that Arjoon refused.

Jagdeo's threat.

Meetings with DPP Hack and the Jagdeo cabal.

The NBS takeover by certain persons, orchestrated by the Jagdeo cabal.

Fraud is illegal anywhere in the world, once proven.

I have never been a victim of murder (obviously), that does not make me complacent about murder. Your accusation against me is stupid.

How does the court's comment about systems not being in place incriminate Arjoon?

Do you understand that the person who cashed the checks was apprehended and interrogated and gave evidence in this matter that vindicated Arjoon?

Do you understand that the person who cashed the checks was apprehended and interrogated and gave evidence in this matter that vindicated Arjoon? ---- 10 years ago, and nothing was done. 10 years ago was during the PPP rule, in case you didn't know.

Drugb does not deal with facts. He holds on to his beliefs that is held in the face of evidence  to the contrary , that is resistant to all reason. It's futile to argue with one with this kind of mental illness.

He is so deranged that he thinks he is an animal. This is called "Zoanthrophy". Look at his avatar.

antabanta posted:

Do you understand that the person who cashed the checks was apprehended and interrogated and gave evidence in this matter that vindicated Arjoon? ---- 10 years ago, and nothing was done. 10 years ago was during the PPP rule, in case you didn't know.

That is incorrect, in Guyana people are paid off, no one vindicated Arjoon. These officials are all involved in crimes of power attorney fraud. You must be acquainted with the crook Arjoon, hence you stand in his defense. People's properties are transferred to others with fake power of attorney. Open your eyes and stop defending criminals. 

Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:

Do you understand that the person who cashed the checks was apprehended and interrogated and gave evidence in this matter that vindicated Arjoon? ---- 10 years ago, and nothing was done. 10 years ago was during the PPP rule, in case you didn't know.

That is incorrect, in Guyana people are paid off, no one vindicated Arjoon. These officials are all involved in crimes of power attorney fraud. You must be acquainted with the crook Arjoon, hence you stand in his defense. People's properties are transferred to others with fake power of attorney. Open your eyes and stop defending criminals. 

So.. you're saying that 10 years ago, during Jagdeo's reign, power of attorney fraud was prevalent, and even though Arjoon was found innocent (10 years ago during Jagdeo's reign (the case was dismissed in 2011 during Jagdeo's reign)), you still consider him guilty of fraud. And you maintain this to protect your idol who is the biggest thief in Guyana.

You think my eyes are closed for not idolizing the biggest thief in Guyana?

antabanta posted:

So.. you're saying that 10 years ago, during Jagdeo's reign, power of attorney fraud was prevalent, and even though Arjoon was found innocent (10 years ago during Jagdeo's reign (the case was dismissed in 2011 during Jagdeo's reign)), you still consider him guilty of fraud. And you maintain this to protect your idol who is the biggest thief in Guyana.

You think my eyes are closed for not idolizing the biggest thief in Guyana?

He is a fraud. He engaged in power of attorney tampering. "Found innocent" is a relative term in Guyana, meaning a bribe was passed "fuh he get off".  I am not here to defend or vindicate Jagdeo, if he is guilty he will pay for his sins. Meanwhile Arjoon is not without guilt. 

Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:

So.. you're saying that 10 years ago, during Jagdeo's reign, power of attorney fraud was prevalent, and even though Arjoon was found innocent (10 years ago during Jagdeo's reign (the case was dismissed in 2011 during Jagdeo's reign)), you still consider him guilty of fraud. And you maintain this to protect your idol who is the biggest thief in Guyana.

You think my eyes are closed for not idolizing the biggest thief in Guyana?

He is a fraud. He engaged in power of attorney tampering. "Found innocent" is a relative term in Guyana, meaning a bribe was passed "fuh he get off".  I am not here to defend or vindicate Jagdeo, if he is guilty he will pay for his sins. Meanwhile Arjoon is not without guilt. 

Please share your evidence against Arjoon. Are your eyes open?

Drugb posted:
antabanta posted:

So.. you're saying that 10 years ago, during Jagdeo's reign, power of attorney fraud was prevalent, and even though Arjoon was found innocent (10 years ago during Jagdeo's reign (the case was dismissed in 2011 during Jagdeo's reign)), you still consider him guilty of fraud. And you maintain this to protect your idol who is the biggest thief in Guyana.

You think my eyes are closed for not idolizing the biggest thief in Guyana?

He is a fraud. He engaged in power of attorney tampering. "Found innocent" is a relative term in Guyana, meaning a bribe was passed "fuh he get off".  I am not here to defend or vindicate Jagdeo, if he is guilty he will pay for his sins. Meanwhile Arjoon is not without guilt. 

Maurice Arjoon, Maurice Arjoon, Maurice Arjoon,  Maurice Arjoon , see how your character is being assassinated by this weasel.

Mitwah... the fact is if Maurice Arjoon is guilty, then Jagdeo is innocent of persecuting an innocent man. Conversely, if Arjoon is innocent, then Jagdeo is guilty of using the power invested in his office to persecute an innocent man for personal gain.

antabanta posted: 

Please share your evidence against Arjoon. Are your eyes open?

As soon as you share your evidence against Jagdeo, which is hearsay. In Arjoon's case he was the ceo at the time of the power of attorney fraud. Nothing goes on without going past his desk. 

Drugb posted:
antabanta posted: 

Please share your evidence against Arjoon. Are your eyes open?

As soon as you share your evidence against Jagdeo, which is hearsay. In Arjoon's case he was the ceo at the time of the power of attorney fraud. Nothing goes on without going past his desk. 

Really?? You think that every withdrawal in a bank has to go past the CEO's desk?

antabanta posted:

Really?? You think that every withdrawal in a bank has to go past the CEO's desk?

It is standard procedure for large withdrawals to have ceo approval. 350K US is not "any" withdrawal.  The amount would trigger a red flag and require CEO signoff. 

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