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FNM MP Case Headed To Supreme Court

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Free National Movement MP Adrian Gibson will stand trial in the Supreme Court on charges related to alleged corruption during his tenure as the executive chairman at the Water and Sewerage Corporation.

Prosecutors allege that Gibson benefitted from contracts awarded by the corporation and he laundered money by buying real estate and vehicles for his rental company.

Gibson, and his alleged co-conspirators, Rashae Gibson, who is his cousin, Jerome Missick and campaign manager Joann Knowles, were served with voluntary bills of indictments when they appeared before Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans.

They are due to be arraigned before Supreme Court Justice Bernard Turner on September 23.

Peaches Farquharson and Elwood Donaldson Jr. received their voluntary bills of indictments on August 26 and they will also be arraigned on the same date.