BVI governor launches raft of criminal investigations in wake of corruption inquiry

Mark Battersby
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British Virgin Islands governor John Rankin has instructed the Commissioner of Police to undertake a raft of criminal investigations as recommended in the Commission of Inquiry (COI) report, including investigations into the Premier's Office. Rankin's statement yesterday (12 May) came on the same day as former premier, Andrew Fahie and his co-accused mother-son duo Oleanvine and Kadeem Maynard were officially indicted on three counts of involvement in a cocaine and money laundering scheme by a United States Grand Jury. New Premier Dr Natalio Wheatley also announced that his National U...

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