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Four little words that spell prison

A U.S. jury on Thursday found Inniss guilty of two counts of money laundering stemming from two money transfers to the bank accounts of a dental office in New York and one count of conspiracy to money launder.
Commentary & Analysis

The human face of bankruptcy

The occasion was a big meeting discussing bankruptcy and how to make it more palatable as a business option when things have gone south, and High Court Judge Jacqueline Cornelius seemed to feel the pain of those faced with the option.

Inniss charged in U.S. for "laundering bribes"

The bribes that Mr. Inniss allegedly received came from a Barbadian insurance company to secure government contracts.