Bar Association critical of police’s handling of former Cabinet minister’s complaint against senior judicial officer

Bar Association critical of police’s handling of former Cabinet minister’s complaint against senior judicial officer

 

NASSAU, BAHAMAS- Bahamas Bar Association President Kahlil Parker, KC is taking exception to the police’s handling of a complaint made by former cabinet minister and attorney Elsworth Johnson against assistant Chief Magistrate Subusola Swain.

Parker, during a press conference held Wednesday morning, spoke on behalf of Johnson who wrote a complaint letter to police about Swain; the letter reportedly outlined a number of concerns.

On Monday, it was revealed that Swain lodged a formal complaint against Johnson alleging that the attorney employed corrupt practices in the carriage of his duties.

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