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Innes’ case put back till March


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The extradition hearing against Guyanese-born Ingrid Innes, the former chief executive officer of the Insurance Corporation of Barbados Ltd (ICBL), has once again been adjourned.

Innes, and Barbadian Alex Tasker have both been charged with one count each of conspiracy to launder money and two counts of money laundering in relation to US$36 000 in bribes which Donville Inniss, the then Minister of Industry and International Business, received from ICBL.

Tasker is appealing his extradition here in Barbados, but Innes, who relocated to Canada in 2018, is yet to face the courts.

A Canadian court official told The Daily Nation last week that the application for extradition was adjourned to March 8, 2023. (Nation News)


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