Dominican fined in St. Vincent for money laundering

Newton pleaded guilty to two charges of money laundering. Photo: Facebook
Newton pleaded guilty to two charges of money laundering. Photo: Facebook

A female LIAT flight attendant from Dominica has been fined $10,000 in St. Vincent to be paid forthwith or spend nine months in jail on two counts of money laundering.

Media on that island identified her as Sherita Kernelle Newton, 34.

According to the reports, she was charged with bringing criminal property into St. Vincent and possession of criminal property.

Media reports indicate that on Wednesday, November 18, police conducted a search of Newton’s appartment at Beachcomers Hotel and was questioned about monies she had in her possesson.

It is reported that Newton said she had EC$12,000 but when counted the money amounted to EC$27,000.

She told police that someone in Antigua gave her the money to take to someone in St. Vincent and was paid $1,000 to do so.

She did not revealed the identities of anybody allegedly involved in the transfer.

Newton was arrested and charged following a joint investigation by Financial Intelligence and the Narcotics Units in St. Vincent.

She pleaded guilty to both charges in a Kingston court on Monday (November 24).

According to I-Witness News in St. Vincent she had not paid the fine by noon on Monday and was driven away in a unmarked police vehicle.

I-Witness News also said its sources have revealed that Newton has been transporting money in that way since 2013

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120 Comments

  1. ajt
    November 30, 2014

    Trust allu wii just waiting for an apportunity to to slander people for there mistakes…we all make mistakes.i dont condone these things but please people dont rejoice over people downfall..you can never tell what situation you fall in..i really hope for those who rejoice over people down fall hope allu backyard clean……an please leave politics out of it..really smh..

  2. Small Trademan
    November 26, 2014

    Girl God not in that one,for $1000 you lose flying free around and getting paid.You got way better salary than what we get here.Seems you wanted to live life high but you get to fat to fly high now you fall.Hope you learn why it’s always good to be clean.

  3. Jesus paid it all
    November 26, 2014

    It is better to fall in the hands of the living GOD than to fall in the hands of men. Young lady cry to Jesus. One thing I like u told the truth. I am not condoning what u did. Its not in my place to become judge or jury. One thing I do know that God loves u. He hates the sin but loves the sinner. Look at the life of some of the bible characters Saul God change his name to paul, David commit adultery but make a right about turn, God was with Him and took care of Him. Where ever u maybe contemplate on God’s love and goodness to u. Do not dismay what ever betide God will take care of u beneath His wings of love abide God will take care of u. Dominican I don’t want to fall in you all hands u roll people in murky and muddy waters, many of u have no mercy or compassion, if there is not an encouraging word to say to this young lady don’t post anything. Just keep back. Some of u all don’t need to say ANYTHING!!!! just look in your back yard window or door and see what is lying there, then go on your knees and ask the Good Lord to forgive u. Some of u all comments is of pure ignorance and its because u all have never left the island. You all need to do some traveling and see the outside world If u don’t have sin cast the first stone. STOP AND PRAY FOR THIS YOUNG LADY. I don’t condone what she did I just hope she reflect on her mistakes. When we are entrap by the devil it takes a fall to realize that God is there waiting to catch us with open arms.

  4. The Facts
    November 25, 2014

    We must indeed state, “poor woman.” It is not easy for her. She is obviously saddened, embarrassed and distressed over this. She also has her family, friends and colleagues to consider and what will they say?
    Consider that she has lost her job and an income. Her reputation, for now anyway, is down the drain.
    LIAT will not give her a good letter of reference. She must be considering if she will ever get another job and where.
    This experience will remain with her all her life. Eventually, I hope, at least, to a certain degree, she recovers from it.
    May God assist her, give her strength to cope with it and also peace of heart and mind.

  5. WATCHER
    November 25, 2014

    Them FIU fellas had radar lock on her all di time.They just let her flap di wings for some time to get fat,then clip di wings and put bird in a cage. :lol:

  6. Kubuli Kountry
    November 25, 2014

    There but for the Grace of God go I.

    Hang in there sistren, take your punishment, dust yourself off and use this as a learning experience.

    • The Facts
      November 26, 2014

      A few years ago, while at a store, I saw a small plaque and could not resist purchasing it. I love certain inspiring sayings. It reads as follows:

      Good judgment comes from experience.
      Experience comes from bad judgment.

      I feel sorry for her that she found herself in this situation. She is a Dominican. Therefore, a member of the government should inquire about her and ensure that she is properly treated.

  7. truthman
    November 25, 2014

    my girl never plead guilty, make the court say you guilty. with two great lawyers you would have gotten away with that sooo easy . $ 20,000 thats a joke any body can have that in there possession please. am ashamed of you. if is 20 million you can plead guilty because you cannot explain that but 27,0000 give me a break!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Rey Miguel
    November 25, 2014

    she should think of her great career before she go into that .when we want to much that’s what happen

  9. OPEN MINDED
    November 25, 2014

    Anyone can make a mistake, just rise from your mistake. praying for you! <3

  10. pipe doctor
    November 25, 2014

    woman like money is like fowl love corn……shiny eyes

  11. justice
    November 25, 2014

    sorry young lady you should have learn to play the game before you jump in and most flight attendants do that because they dont really get check by customs but that was really a sell out ting about go in hotel room huh why not at the airport first instance

  12. Anonymous
    November 25, 2014

    Keep your head up…and learn from your mistake for God is ever with you!

  13. professor
    November 25, 2014

    I am appalled at how this woman had a great career where she got to travel for free when others have to endure the high prices LIAT charges us for a ticket for her to lose her career over a $1000 pay off. we as a society needs to live within our means. but when these young women wants to buy expansive brazillian weave and all those nice clothes just to show off when their salaries cant even pay for school fees then it is greed that brought her to doing this. there is no way you can tell me she did not know or was not a part of the whole criminal enterprise cause if she been doing this for a whole year and got caught that is good police work. she was watched for a long time and the cops just used the right opportunity to bust her. and she cant obviously tell the police who the money belongs to as these king pins have people even in prison who would hurt this woman if she spoke a word . so one must realize that.

    • Anonymous
      November 25, 2014

      Greed dose a lot of things to one who isn’t satisfied with their fair share

  14. George
    November 25, 2014

    Liat needs to pay close attention, the bad guys uses people in that capacity, there might be more involve.

  15. right of speech
    November 25, 2014

    God be with this young lady and her family another young person driven to the wrong side but some of you all are so quick to judge the young lady… you will never know the true story.. and so much money laundering that’s happening in Dominica… and the lady saw an easy way to make cash She did it while some of you hav to open Your legs for a man you don’t Love jus for a $100. But god be with you dominicans don’t judge.the young lady What She did was wrongs but HERS IS INFRONT WHILST YOURS IS BEHIND I hope some of all you don’t have secrets eh….

  16. ATKINSON
    November 25, 2014

    First of all “nice looking attractive chick”. And what a nice looking expensive rock on her finger, maybe she should have use it for the to pay the fine. Oh maybe it”s fake as her weave. But if this was in dominca, she would be a Labour Queen, and running for a seat for paliament. And a bank name for her :mrgreen:

  17. Mane
    November 25, 2014

    Ooh stop bumping gums. Most of you would have done the samething.

  18. Anonymous
    November 25, 2014

    Still love you cuzo

  19. The Facts
    November 24, 2014

    This is a lot of money to travel with. What was that amount of money to be used for? I wonder how the police found out she had that amount of money. Well, she has lost her job with LIAT. How sad. We note what money can do to people. In addition, bad company corrupts. She should be quizzed to reveal the source of all that money. She is aiding and abetting a criminal or criminals. The St. Vincent government is $27,000 richer.

  20. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    :( :oops: :twisted:

  21. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    :lol:

  22. Rannie Roddigon
    November 24, 2014

    Kingston is the capital of Jamaica. ( Social Studies 101). Kingstown is the capital of St. Vincent. Change to ( a Kingstown court) please.

  23. linux
    November 24, 2014

    all liat staff caring money for drug man. that happen since i was working in melvillehall

  24. Shameless
    November 24, 2014

    Sherita you have failed your family :twisted:

    I have no nice words for you or those who partake in activities like money laundering. Because others in high places are getting away with it does not give you the green light to follow suit. I know your family well and know you were NOT raised this way. Once again I say shame on you :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: . I pray god that you will find time to reflect and make good of a bad situation by turning your life around. In the meantime, enjoy your stay at Her Majesty’s Hotel in Vincy. Just maybe LIAT will be kind enough to give you a ride home after the dust settles.

    Assertive, NOT Aggressive! :twisted:

  25. deal
    November 24, 2014

    We are human and will make mistakes losing your job for $1000 it did not worth. I hope others will learn form this. Be strong young lady ask God to walk with you at this dark moment.

    • I and I
      November 25, 2014

      Article Quote:”I-Witness News also said its sources have revealed that Newton has been transporting money in that way since 2013″

      More than once is not a mistake. It was more like a habit. She knew what she was doing.

      • The Facts
        November 25, 2014

        It could only be done for so long. She should have known that one day she would get caught. She took a big chance and now is caught and lost a good job. I wonder if this will affect other D/cans when they apply to LIAT for a job.

  26. DonK
    November 24, 2014

    Stupid law…victimless crime. Police need to go get real criminals.

    • Duncekyat
      November 24, 2014

      @DonK

      You have absolutely no idea about the evil and criminality that the proceeds of money laundering is used to commit. Please do some research. A simple Google search should enlighten you. God Bless.

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      Why do you not help the police to catch them?

  27. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    Did she not talk to a lawyer before she plead guilty? It is up to the prosecution to prove the source of the money was as a result of criminal activity. Unless they had other evidence to support their case, it would very likely not have resulted in a conviction.

    She did not have to provide any information to the police about the whereabouts of the money.

    • budman
      November 24, 2014

      yes you do. once you have over $10,000 in your possession and travelling, you have to account for it or face the law

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      Does that make sense? The fact that, as a flight attendant she had that amount of money which she reported when asked, was grounds for suspicion.

  28. C
    November 24, 2014

    Wow! Thought money laundering is wrong, millions of dollars get transferred to Dominica’s local politics without any transparency. People take the tee-shirts, tablets, free airline tickets, pocket change etc etc without asking a single question as to where it coming from. Yet some have the gall to come online and crap on this young woman who was as to account for peanuts in comparison to the estimated 40 million dollars spent by a local political party in a country of less than 65,000 people

    • C
      November 24, 2014

      * correction…Though money laundering

    • anonymous2
      November 24, 2014

      It’s called the double standard.

    • Anonymous
      November 26, 2014

      Why did you have to expose UWP so? :mrgreen:

  29. Pittsburgh Dominican
    November 24, 2014

    When you play with fire you might get burned…..She got burned.

  30. look it
    November 24, 2014

    Well well well I think she must be worried after the nine months they would need there 27 000
    Hope you time behind the bars will make you consider

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      They have kissed that money goodbye. The question is, what will happen to her when she returns to D/ca or at the point of origin where she was given that amount of money? Will they go after her for the money? Upon her return, it looks like she will have to be careful for her well-being.

  31. life
    November 24, 2014

    hold place corrupted poor ppl always get caught big ones under cover money talks bull walks

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      You should not be surprised. This always happens. It is the little people who perform their dirty work and eventually get caught and punished while the big wheels are hiding; no where to be seen. Those who do their dirty work will never implicate them. Bet they are warned not to at the threat of their life.

  32. life
    November 24, 2014

    its a game world bowdel

  33. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    People short all you mouth what the girl do? Nothing trying but to make some money thats it

    • ME
      November 24, 2014

      These are the people that transport the money for the drug dealers that kill and poison our people. I find her just as responsible. Making excuses seems to be the new public policy. Maybe if we stopped feeling sorry for criminals and started publicly holding then responsible for their actions people would think twice before breaking the law.

      • Osanna Mowanga
        November 24, 2014

        ask all you pm where he get that money to pay for all those tickets, to bring so many people down and all those things he giving to bribe people for their vote.

    • English is a must!!!
      November 25, 2014

      I would just like to say that the word is “SHUT”…. and not “SHORT” the 1st ones means to actually close something, whereas the 2nd is used to describe the length of something for example “he is short, she is short, they are all short, we are short”… I hope you have a good day, and understand my correction.! and remember….. ENGLISH IS A MUST!!!!!!!!!!!

      • The Facts
        November 25, 2014

        . . . and proper spelling are a must. :lol:

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      shut
      It appears you are angry that she got caught and also angry at the comments. Are you involved? Giving yourself away? You should be investigated. :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted:

  34. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    Greed and Vanity, she should be held accountable.

  35. laura johnbaptist
    November 24, 2014

    :oops: I always say these ladies get caught up and then suffer sorry to here this my friend

  36. Just Blaze
    November 24, 2014

    Prayers go out to this young woman and her family. Its never good to see young people in such bad situations.

    • Duncekyat
      November 24, 2014

      @Just Blaze

      I am saving my prayers for the families that suffer from the crimes that are supported by the proceeds of money laundering.

    • The Facts
      November 26, 2014

      She deserves prayers. She made a grave mistake. If only she knew she would not have done so and jeopardized her freedom and career of all.
      People take chances. Who doesn’t one way or the other? She has found herself in a dilemma. After all is said, we must be compassionate to her.
      Life is such that we do not know if we will ever find ourselves in some sort of dilemma. If not, a relative or a friend. As long as life lasts we can never say never.

  37. MDX
    November 24, 2014

    she looking good eh. i guess i cant afford her. smh!

    • star
      November 24, 2014

      Hmmmm

    • star
      November 24, 2014

      No flex zone.

  38. AdultED
    November 24, 2014

    Well she from a small island so she is the poster child for the prevailing money laundering issue! Those in high places with the big money they refuse to touch!

  39. GHETTO MAN
    November 24, 2014

    she is from Baytown/ Stockfarm Yampiece

  40. KoKo Naughts
    November 24, 2014

    Girl you couldn’t say de fing was for you to buy nutmeg and spice? Under me I showing them I buying $27000 worth of nutmeg and spice deforce wii. I not taking jail for nobody!!!!

    • Rannie Roddigon
      November 24, 2014

      St. Vincent is arrowroot. She would have to wait when she lands in Grenada to buy the nutmeg and spice.

  41. real possie
    November 24, 2014

    Every time this happens I will say it again there’s people reading this know what they are doing is wrong, some might be on here posting and they are doing these things and there’s always people here saying they will not be the last. It is said she’s been at this since 2013 this lady fly out nearly every day so could you imagine the money she made now I must feel sorry for her? am not rejoicing all I will say is to each his own. This goes for my family and my own kids too.

    • name
      November 24, 2014

      @ real possie regardless for how long, I pray that you, your kids ,neither any member of your family never ends up in a situation like this.

      • real possie
        November 26, 2014

        @ name, well no one is praying like me to make sure this never happens to my family but I also gave my reaction to them all, to each his own. I pull my kids ear everyday if they don’t listen they will feel my heart will be heavy for them I tell them every day to every action there’s a reaction, I ask them are you willing to live with the reaction? I used a rubber band once and told them to pull it they did then I let it go it stung them. So hopefully they got it what ever you choose to do in life good or bad in comes back some how.

      • The Facts
        November 26, 2014

        You are correct. Some people are presumptuous. They think nothing will ever happen to them or their family or others they know. They lack maturity. We never know what lies ahead and what is in store for us. As we grow older we should never be complacent. The innocent could also get caught in some turmoil when they least expect it. I visualize this is how it commenced with this Dominican.

  42. laborinvain
    November 24, 2014

    Dominicans is the worst. Whilst I don’t condone what the young lady did I also know when your neighbour’s house is in fire you wet yours. Shame on those of you who think you are holier than thou. Just because her sin is different than ours doesn’t mean we’re not all sinners chhhaaa man. Some of you”ll skeletons worse than hers my girl dust yourself up ask the Father for forgiveness learn from that and move on

    • name
      November 24, 2014

      @ laborinvain. That is so true ,I want to add by saying negative talk from all four corners will be blasting please don’t listen to them, we all have skelton in the closet we all fall short by the glory of GOD, none of us are in the position to judge you. God is good he will get u through.

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      What is wrong with you? They are only providing their comments. What is wrong with that? Why be sensitive about this? Do you not do likewise for other articles?

  43. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    get rich or die trying

  44. November 24, 2014

    Why is it a shame on Dominica .Dominica is not responsible for every citizen she should know better she is 34 years old she did wrong and we are all entitled to make one mistake. Try and move forward.

  45. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    She is my little cousin. Beautifu person. Too kind to say no.people don’t take anything from anywhere to anyone

  46. November 24, 2014

    Young lady you failed to used your own discretion, the risked you taken wasn’t even for your own fortune, shame at you.

  47. November 24, 2014

    There’s some people failed to used their own discretion, the risked she taken not even for her own fortune shame at you girl.

  48. Jon Carson
    November 24, 2014

    We have all sin and come short of the glory of God. It is rather unfortunate but thank God it did not happen in Puerto Rico. The sad thing is, you are a beautiful woman and looking at your fingers it would appear that you are a married woman. How did you allowed yourself to fall for one of those criminal minds – is it that LIAT is not paying you enough? It is almost a given that LIAT, if they have not done so yet, will certainly terminate you.

    I pray that you are able to pay the fine and return to Dominica and maybe someone will find it fitting to entrust and forgive you by offering you gainful employment and second chance at life. Good luck!

    • Anonymous
      November 24, 2014

      Would you employ a convict at your business place? How can you talk about trust so soon after her conviction. She has to earn that trust. But that takes time.

      • November 25, 2014

        This is what Society is looking at Worldwide, Restoritive Justice. Giving the Offender,a second chance, if you do not give them a chance to re-enter Society and find gainfull employment,you end up with a reoffender… :cry:

      • The Facts
        November 25, 2014

        I would think that she did not steal the money but was only transporting it which was a grave mistake on her part. Everyone deserves a second chance and she may just get it elsewhere.

  49. La Vie
    November 24, 2014

    This story and this Young Lady’s Picture is plastered all over the various Caribbean News outlets.I don’t know her but I am so embarrassed for her…

    My dear young lady, I am terribly sorry for the predicament you find yourself in. My heart goes out to you and your family and I hope that when all this over that you come out on the other end a better, wiser and stronger person.

    Alas! the lure of easy money is the reason for the downfall of many. I don’t know your situation or why you decided to make such poor choices so I definitely cannot pass judgement because I simply have no right to do so. Some will criticize and vilify; please pay no attention to them. Mistakes will be made by all, but only a few will learn from their mistakes. Be counted among the few and smart ones who learn from past mistakes. I wish you strength on your journey.

    • Anonymous
      November 24, 2014

      Who said she made a mistake? She took a calculated risk and it eventually backfired.

      If she made a mistake in 2013 and she continued to make it well into 2014 not realizing it is a mistake, she is anything but smart.

      It is not that complicated. Her income at LIAT is likely not that great. Some of these people in the airline business think they have to create an impression of prosperity (on a small salary). So someone comes along and offers her an opportunity to increase her income convincing her that the risk is minimal.

      She jumps at the opportunity. She does it for a while and nothing untoward happens. As time goes by and nothing happens, she worries less about the consequences. It then becomes normal for her until she gets busted.

      That was no mistake.

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      This news will probably be in the ethnic – Caribbean newspapers in Toronto this weekendl in fact all over Canada. I usually read those papers.
      There is also a Radio Station which broadcasts Caribbean News nightly and also at weekends. I am certain this news will also be mentioned and probably including on a certain ethnic TV Station.

      • The Facts
        November 25, 2014

        ; in fact

  50. JRock
    November 24, 2014

    What is “criminal property”

    • I and I
      November 25, 2014

      Criminal property: property which is, or represents, a person’s benefit from criminal conduct, where the alleged offender knows or suspects that it is such.

      See more at http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/advice/practice-notes/aml/anti-money-laundering-glossary/#sthash.nxjsKHq8.dpuf

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      It is simple. We do not have to be philosophical about it. Money and material items; possession of others obtained by crimes. This is stealing the property of others and trafficking in illegal drugs.

  51. Reflector
    November 24, 2014

    It’s interesting that she did not have a plausible fabricated story to offer to the authorities. You into your transportation of sums of monies in excess of EC$10,000, and you don’t have an explanation/story to try to cover your tracks?!

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      Even for $10,000 one should have an explanation. So what are travelers and a flight attendant doing with that amount on them? What do they plan to purchase with it or do with it? They must have a good explanation for that. I do not think one can cover their tracks with that type of money unless they are probably a tourist.
      Generally, people do not travel with that amount of money. They utilize their credit card, an ATM bank card or money order. It would have been difficult for her to explain the reason she had such an amount. Even though she had an explanation would she be believed since she is a flight attendant?

  52. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    She is from the village of San Sauveur

    • La Vie
      November 24, 2014

      And what does that have to do with the price of rice in China? Coming on here and publicizing what village she is from makes you sleep better tonight after you have eaten your 5 course dinner? Oh! excuse me…Here is your grand reward for your wonderful piece of information. Sheesh! 8-O

    • Anonymous
      November 25, 2014

      I mean I want to know where she is from, but come on oh shoots man

  53. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    Because they hiding things in the wig. ROTFL

  54. diva girl
    November 24, 2014

    Well well all I no people can make mistakes so don’t go bashing on her today is hers tomorrow who so its life after all

  55. Unknown
    November 24, 2014

    They should have given her 9yrs unless she revealed the identity of the persons, then reduce it to 9 month

  56. co worker
    November 24, 2014

    Sherita you’re still a good person. Many of us would do it too.

    • Anonymous
      November 24, 2014

      :lol: correct

    • Anonymous
      November 24, 2014

      Yes she is

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      It is sad that she found herself in that situation. She must have known the people who gave her that amount of money. She could not refuse them.

  57. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    what part of dominica is she from ?

    sad indeed

  58. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    That’s what happen when they want to live above there means I know the young lady I see her

  59. Barbara Saunders
    November 24, 2014

    My Dear

    It’s never worth it! Even if you had been paid $100,000! What is it worth you now with your reputation in shreds and the distrust which you may have brought on all your other colleagues because the other Stewardesses are now going to be viewed with suspicion, consciously or unconsciously, by passengers as well as management.

    We have to learn those good old values of living within our means and working hard for our living. We also have to learn that anything that we can live without is worth waiting for until we can afford it. Parents, those are still good values. Help your children to learn them.

    I’m not sitting in judgement on you young lady, but even if it means being unpopular, you have to tell people no when they ask you to do questionable things. There is so much information around these days even from the airlines themselves, warning passengers not to take packages from other people etc. Why would you fall for this? particularly when you are being offered money to carry it. That should have raised a red flag! So sorry my dear!

    • Mike
      November 24, 2014

      Very good advice. This is the advice I received growing up and it has remained with me.

    • buss
      November 24, 2014

      i doe believe is nobody in antigua da give her nothing..if since early 2013 she doing it den da is organized ting lol..she just got played by the game..nothing but a pawn while the king well viving somewhere not giving a

    • Anonymous
      November 24, 2014

      is all you that sell out the girl, as I said there is a disease running in Dominica and it is contagious, it can kill it can send you in prison label , stigma or they can rue your career and lower your self esteem, this disease is call jealousy and back biting

  60. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    Shame on Dominica.

    • Pittsburgh Dominican
      November 24, 2014

      Shame on her not on DA… As the saying goes….sometimes when you play with fire you might get burned….In this case, she got burned.

    • The Facts
      November 25, 2014

      What do you mean shame on Dominica? She is only one person. She is not the country of Dominica. This has no bearing on Dominica. She did not even work in Dominica.
      Does D/ca not have criminals, some of whom are in prison? You never said shame on Dominica. Why now?
      Her family will probably feel ashamed. This will have a reflection on LIAT and the flight attendants.

  61. SMH
    November 24, 2014

    Another mule, it’s sad that its always the mules going down for these things while the bigger boss sit on his high throne. Women please learn it’s never worth it in the end for a lil additional money.

    • Dominican to bone
      November 24, 2014

      well d mule must learn to talk, stop takin jail for the big boys, coz they remain out there and put others lives at risk

  62. Faceup
    November 24, 2014

    So they catch her! She knew she would be caught someday…Ninety Nine days for the crook and one day and i say one dayyyyy for de POLICE, anyway there is another to take her place…Smh

    • Faceup
      November 24, 2014

      So by the way, LIAT took off without her… :lol:

      • The Facts
        November 25, 2014

        You expected LIAT to wait for her? :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted:

      • The Facts
        November 25, 2014

        From now on she has to find herself back to her point of destination, probably Dominica after her stint in prison.

  63. TRUEMAN
    November 24, 2014

    *******************TRANSPORTER IN DISGUISE****************

    “She told police that someone in Antigua gave her the money to take to someone in St. Vincent and was paid $1,000 to do so”.

    I-Witness News also said its sources have revealed that Newton has been transporting money in that way since 2013

    ………………………………………………….

    I suspect she knew something was shady, yet she continued to do it!! Can’t say you did not know!! Her client will NOT use any form of electronic transfer because………………… that would be traceable!

    Then came the…………………………. “Transporter” !!

    Hope you were saving so you can use the money to pay your new legal obligation!!!

    • Mamzel X
      November 25, 2014

      What legal obligation? she pled guilty.

  64. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    :(

  65. Anonymous
    November 24, 2014

    How comes women who launder money, carry drugs or embezzle always wearing wigs nah? :mrgreen:

    • Anonymous
      November 24, 2014

      In the wig the hiding it…

      • star
        November 24, 2014

        Yes she is

      • star
        November 24, 2014

        Yes she is my cuzo its ok

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