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Post  Sirop14 on Fri Feb 02, 2018 7:33 pm

Anti-Corruption Commission hands over three cases to AG’s office

http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=257510

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Post  Sirop14 on Mon Feb 05, 2018 7:43 pm

Lanket dan disparisyon sa 50 milyon dolar i al dan en lot faz
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Post  Sirop14 on Tue Feb 06, 2018 11:23 am

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Anti Corruption Commission
The 'Extortion' saga deepens. One person from the ACC is in custody and appeared in Court this morning on an application to hold further for investigation. It appears that there will be more arrests from the ACC. This is certainly not good news for the newly launched ACC.

Michael Bouchereau-Arnephie On what grounds?? Personal or to do with acc

Yvonne Maria Hope farmurder and jpwason are in the net aswell...they are the first to start with...gowing down to the others

Jean Mellie IS IT ANTI CORRUPTION COMMISSION STAFF INTO CORRUPTION SA PTI SESEL SON PROBLEM I PLI GRO KI LI

Jemma Simeon A wi Sesel.

Juliana Betsy Awi sesel mem.. wtf..

Jemma Simeon Juliana Betsy en ler ou dir eski nou pour sanze en zour?

Jean Claude Denis Didn't I say so in the first place.....? It is a corrupt entity unto itself...?

Juliana Betsy Unbelievable...

Bruce Stravens ????????

Carlette Ball Yvonne Maria, i honestly hope so TOO

Sylvia Greslé So we do!!!

Carlette Ball Prisons were established for all thieves ect., lets pick them up and throw the keys away.

Michel-Ange Port-Louis There are only two foregone conclusions , if we do
manage to rid the country of corruption the regime will perish but probably together with most of the country fabrics. On the other hand if we do allow corruption t o continue on its destructible mode there will be no hope for our kids, as we seeing now..the people must choose which one will it be!!

Jean Claude Denis Let the corrupt regime perish......

Monmemmonsa Oupeanut Can we have a bit more detail eg what charges were laid on this person?

Stella Eduljee Is that a ruse to disband the CAA?🤔 In this land nothing is as it seems! In the past, people in high positions were videoed carrying out extortions and the videos were played on social media, and nothing came of them . Now the very people in charge of...See More

Chino Chang Kekfwa I avar en leson Pou serten.

Mike Bull The game begin and the ball is just turning around

Michael Mendes So who investigates the ACC for corruption?...🤔

Dorothy Vielle The timing oh the timing. Right in the midst of other allegations of high rankings being under pressure.

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Post  Sirop14 on Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:20 pm

Accused in corruption investigation remanded in police custody until February 20
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Post  Sirop14 on Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:25 pm

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Comment- 12/2/18 There was two lots/separate $50 million debacle one was from the Japan bank loan the $150 million loan we nickname it the three loads of tractor manure and the second the gift from the Gulf both the SIROP program issues - beside other vast amount that he and then GMR those from SA, USA exUSSR and East Europe creamed off that SIROP program in $billion as if that was not enough. Central Bank Afif knew about those issues. Yet the charade in the National Assembly and the ACC


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Post  Sirop14 Yesterday at 8:24 am

Wednesday 21 February 2018
Anti Corruption Commission
Prosecution attempts to send senior officer to prison
A senior official of the Anti-Corruption Commission Seychelles (ACCS) who is being accused of "alleged offence of demanding property by written threats and official corruption" by a former minister has been remanded for another 14 days as the Prosecution failed to present enough evidence to send the accused to prison while the investigation continues.
by S. Marivel
The Prosecution suggests that the accused could tamper with the ongoing investigations if he is released on bail – hence they asked the Court to put the accused in prison while the investigations continue to prevent any tampering or interference.
The ACCS senior officer’s lawyer, Alexia Amesbury, fought hard against the prosecution on the grounds that “someone has never been sent to prison before fair trial.”
“This is the first time someone is brought to Court for Prosecution to ask the Court – not to remand the accused – but to send the accused to prison straightaway,” Mrs Amesbury tell the press after the court hearing.
“They say the accused should be put in prison under Section 179 of the law but even under that Section it says that the Courts can send someone to prison for 15 days, but the Prosecution did not specify this; they asked that the accused be sent to prison and that was the end of it – indefinitely,” she notes.
She also observes that the investigations are taking an unnecessarily long amount of time, especially in proving that the evidence held against the accused is justifiable.
“Since 5 January this year, they arrested the senior officer from ACCS and they’re telling me that until today the Police couldn’t take the handwritten letter which was used as evidence to confirm whether it was the accused handwriting? Send it abroad or find an expert who can compare the handwriting of the accused with the handwriting found in the letter to determine that it is his or not,” she suggests.
“The prosecution have also said in their application that there were telephone calls made by the accused to the complainant – could they not in fourteen days contact the telecommunication companies to find out if those calls truly took place? This as well has not been done,” she affirms.
Additionally, she says that the Prosecution say that the accused asked for a certain amount of money to be sent through a foreign bank.
“If money is being transferred, the bank will need the details of who the beneficiary is – this as well has not been determined,” she says.
The accused has been remanded for another 14 days at the Bois de Rose remand centre. He is due to appear at the Supreme Court again on 5 March 2018.
The consequences for the accused are severe; the offence could mean a fine of up to SCR300,000 and between 7-18 years in prison in the case of corruption.

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Post  Sirop14 Yesterday at 5:08 pm

Seychelles’ ranking in corruption perception index improves to 36
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=257792

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