Wiltshire denies involvement in passport scam, but admits unknowingly dealing with scammer


Former Attorney General Bernard Wiltshire has denied any involvement in the passport scam though admitting he had innocently dealt with several persons allegedly involved in the crime.

Wiltshire made the disclosure in an audio statement released on the weekend.  He was responding to reports in the electronic and broadcast media last week that he was held for questioning by police in a matter involving fraudulent documents and passports in which two civil servants have so far been charged.

“I had absolutely nothing to do with any passport scam whatsoever, absolutely nothing. I knew nothing about it. I dealt with the people involved. I know one of the people involved who work at the Registry…but this was purely to do with business,” said Wiltshire, who was the United Workers Party candidate in the 2009 general elections for Castle Bruce.

Wiltshire did not say whether he was brought in for questioning by the police but stated that the “police are not accusing me of that. It is never done”.

The attorney however explained that in 2006 he dealt with a man who has committed three scams. He said the man came asked him (Wiltshire) to do a statutory declaration because he lost his passport.

“… He filled out passport form… asked me to sign passport form on his behalf,” Wiltshire said in the statement.  “(He) asked me to sign that passport form that is all I did. i didn’t know the person really except I think I have been introduced to him sometime before.”

Wiltshire blasted the media.

“The impression given on some of the news stations that I in fact have something to do with this scam is absolutely nonsense. The people of Dominica know that since 2000 I have been outspoken in my attacks upon the selling of passports to people we don’t know. That is a very dangerous thing and it has brought us to this present problem that we have.  It has now corrupted some of our key institutions like the Registry. It has corrupted the Passport Office as well. And it is in fact put people like myself in danger from scammers who come and give us wrong stories,” he said.

The attorney said this situation has put Dominica in all “kinds of difficulties,  harbours criminals… and people are forging these passports all over the world”.

He added: “So we have lost control really over the distribution of our passports in the world. This is a very great danger and that must stop now. It must stop otherwise we will put ourselves in greater danger. When you’re in a hole stop digging.”

Wiltshire reiterated that he has nothing to do with the scam. “So I just want the public to know that I could disprove anybody who wants to use this last example of what actually happened there as some kind of way of abusing me even further than they have abused me over the many years. I had nothing to do with this scam. I know nothing about it. I am not interested in it. I would never get involved in something like that which in fact puts our country in jeopardy or in danger,” he further explained.

Public servants Nash Mitchell and Lyndon Marie appeared in court last week Monday on forgery charges in relation to the passport scam. They are facing charges of 14 counts of forgery, including the possession and uttering of forged Commonwealth of Dominica passports and birth certificates.

The crimes allegedly took place between November 11, 2005 and March 31, 2011 and already 40 forged passports have been reportedly identified by police.

The men were denied bail.

Police believe there are more and that the alleged passport scam has placed Dominica’s sovereignty into the focus of the international community with consequences for legitimate passport holders.

Several other persons are being investigated for the crime. If found guilty perpetrators could serve a maximum of 25 years imprisonment.

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  1. AA
    June 11, 2011

    why you only talking about willshire, what about the others

  2. sad
    June 10, 2011

    So you sign a passport for someone you don’t know. And yo had nothing to do with the scam. I know many stupid blue who will believe you.

  3. June 8, 2011

    yeah !! wiltshire is not involved
    he just signs passports for shaky individuals he dosent know…

  4. Anonymous
    June 8, 2011

    DNO who else

  5. Anonymous
    June 8, 2011

    Wiltshire is dead wrong !!. You don’t sign a passport for someone that you don’t know. So right there, he has already broken the law. He does know better.

    June 8, 2011


  7. De W
    June 8, 2011

    Mr Wilshire,
    Notwithstanding your sterling defense on the matter , are u insinuating that anyone who come to you claiming that their passport is either lost or stolen , will you immediately issue them with the necessary documents to get a new one without first authenticating the reason?
    come again Bernard.

    • Stop it
      June 8, 2011

      The gentleman clearly stated that he erred in that instant. It is obvious he was not one of those benefiting from the fraudulent act. So what is your point?

    • FORKIT
      June 8, 2011

      are you for real. if a dominicaan come to you with an old passport, and you know he is a dominican, then you will ask him for more information?..be real this is not politics. since he has an old passport then you can go with it… it is clear that this individual is either a drug dealer with frequent travels back door or a smuggler….. so he needs more than one passport.
      wiltshire is just a victim of political interference in our leagal system..

  8. me
    June 7, 2011

    I think Mr.Wiltshire lied when he said he meet the person a few years earlier but he was not treated right. The other lawyer who signed the 40 plus pass ports should be named and locked up as well. I am not sure where we’re heading in Dominica but it’s a sad day when you cannot rely on your police force and your courts. We are now the laughing stock of the Caribbean. People should hear how officials from other countries speak about Dominica. We blame eveything on politician but is the people who put them there and is the people who will have to turn things around, people should foget about party red, bule, green or yellow, forget all that we are Dominicans first. Is not beacuse you support a party you have to agree with everything they do. No ploitical party will never do all what the people want them to do, none will, so let us just forget about playing politics and put Dominica first.

  9. dominican
    June 7, 2011

    dno 2 byass y they keep sayin r uwp candidate
    they 4get he was with the labour party b4…
    all u 2 byass with all u news y all nt talkin about the others all you jus bent on wiltshire
    wat happen dno enter da carbal 2 an putin byass news…go back Jamaica it will do u batter

  10. Tepiere
    June 7, 2011

    Mr. Wiltshire, i know you are not a perfect man.I also do know that you are a man with great love for this country.I know you want to see the country move forward.
    This story does not connect to my knowledge of you. I CAN ONLY HOPE THAT THIS IS NOT TRUE. i DO NOT EXPECT YOU TO BE CONNECTED TO THAT STORY.
    If you are innocent ,The Master will deliver you.
    It is sad that Dominicns have not been able to see that you have the potential in you to move the country ahead.
    Our people seem to like dependency. They rather have someone who they can go to every day and ask for a dollar than have someone who can help them become independent and work to make their own dollar. we need a new type of education i Dominica.
    Remember they voted Rome over Jno-Finn?
    People wake up. this is 2011.
    We need people who can effectively represent us not only in Roseau but in the Washington,London,Paris,Toronto, the entire world.
    Oh God,please help our country.

    • dats so hard
      June 7, 2011

      after such an accusation you say he has love for the country are oyu on the other side or you are a U W P ??????

      • Skye
        June 8, 2011

        Have the police or anybody as a matter of fact came out to inform anyone about the reason for bringing Wiltshire in?

        So please explain the “Accusation” you are ratting about?All you folks good at is to give people maypwee,aren’t there persons under your bed that are on the otherside?Go clean underneath your bed and they will surprise you.They all around the «salop isle» the Antiguan left a list remember? Wiltshire name was not on it.

        And for your info,keep your eyes tuned,kill the westminister style of politics,be rational and open minded and be patient,very patient because the dam is about to overflow it’s bank.Stop pretending that «dovan more dire pa melee»toot chien ca hapay.

  11. Dominican
    June 7, 2011

    it is heart breaking to see and hear what is happening to this country.Some are free to do as they please and others are being abused.There is too much corruption in such a small country.
    Look at america. it does not matter who you are. you are dealt with according to the law.What is happening is filtering from the top.If the leaders,especially those in government are so corrupt,what do you expect from those at the bottom.the children practice what they see the parents do.
    We need to stop being so blind. we need to open our eyes and see where the country is heading.
    stop being so dumb.you are free to support the party of your choice but be free to call a spade a spade.Can you love one so much that you cannot tell him when he is wrong.We are not helping others when we cannot tell them they are wrong.
    I am truely sorry to see the directio the country is going.
    The love of money is the root of all evil.
    wake up Dominicans.
    Where are the men like Charles Maynard,Brian alleyne,alwyn Bully,Athie Martin.Please come together and save our country. Take the country from the hands of those greedy and selfish boys.
    Lennox, you are trying very hard but you need more support.
    If we do not save Dominica now there will be no Dominica for the children.
    May God deliver and Bless Dominica.
    Do not allow one man to do as he pleases .

  12. I am here
    June 6, 2011

    Dominica FINIBAT, that’s all, there isn’t any more

  13. Born Dominican
    June 6, 2011

    I wanted a Dcan passport. I was born there and so both my parents. i got all sorts of ‘run-arround’, i even changed my mind as a result. it is said to learn that the Abduls and Mohammids etc all can get a passport.

  14. Porssie Radical
    June 6, 2011

    While the police is creating the impression that they are working toward cleaning up this passport mess I get the feeling that the police is trying to blanket the real issue. A born and bred Dominican scheming to get multiple passports for whatever reason is illegal and worthy of prosecution. The granting of our passports to criminals posing as businessmen and people with ties to terrorist movements is in my opinion worthy of more serious prosecution.
    However I am not surprised that the lawyers who are really responsible for the reckless selling off our passports are not questioned by the police. I am not so naïve to believe that these lawyer did not, according to Earl Williams “cover their tracks”so much so that they would be immune to any investigation. Based on the economic citizenship program the quiet lawyer for example gets a percentage of the passports transaction notwithstanding the fact that the amount declared to the treasury is just a fraction of what the clients actually paid for the transaction. Off course there are times when passport deals are exclusive of the treasury and the money is distributed among the people involved- that could be politicians and the police officials. The more the merrier – 40 passports is just the sprinkles on the ice cream.
    The Wilshire’s investigation is diversionary tactics. The two civil servants up in stock farm will be punished attempting to play a few rounds of golf on a golf course that was meant for the political mafia and their dirty lawyers. But then again how long will it take before the two civil servants get a fair trial if the case against Skerrit and St jean is still lingering in the courts for two years. I always thought that government officials get priority but alas Tony can bend and direct court traffic as he please.

  15. Reds
    June 6, 2011

    Obama found Bin Ladin without the whole world knowing what his actions were. I am saying this to say that as much as the Dominican Gov’t would like to think that it is too small of a country to pay attention too it should be very afraid of its actions from hence there forthe……..A senator came to Dominica without anyone knowing until after the fact do you really think Obama wasn’t aware of this man’s action………..the Dominica gov’t need to be very afraid of it actions………

    • Anonymous
      June 8, 2011

      he was a governor and of course some people knew

  16. Dominican Abroad
    June 6, 2011

    I do not know the whole story, just bits and pieces that I read here and what I heard on the DBS Creole show earlier today (6/06/11). I do not intend to take sides either. However I think that if I have to look at this objectively which is the only way I can, I do not understand why Mr. Willshire would sign the form based on what he said. According to him, the man said he is from “Soufrierre”, but he looked like an Arab or Lebanese. What about his accent? Also, if you do not know him very well, but had been introduced to him briefly in the past, and he was in your office for only about 10 mins, why sign a legal document on his behalf? I wonder if he would do that for me, a true Dominican. Just wondering!

    • Just Me
      June 8, 2011

      Wiltshire signed it because he is a Notary Public

    • June 8, 2011

      Never Heard Wiltshire say anything about the man being an arab. He said the man was from soufriere, he had a dominican pass port and the name he gave was dominican something Bellot. So get your facts right before your comments

      • Dominican Abroad
        June 9, 2011

        You need to get your facts right. I never said Mr. Wilshire said the man was an Arab. He said he “looked” like one. I heard him said so on DBS Radio. Maybe you should get your facts right before you tell me what I should do.

  17. anonymous
    June 6, 2011

    Mr. Wiltshire Singed a passport application for someone by his own admission he did not know. “(He) asked me to sign that passport form that is all I did. i didn’t know the person really except I think I have been introduced to him sometime before.”. Mr. Wiltshire should blaming the media for his indiscretion..

    • anonymous
      June 6, 2011

      correction: Mr. Wiltshire should stop blaming the media for his indiscretion…

      • Dawn
        June 6, 2011

        At the same time the media must learn to be balance and not bias. Mr wilshire was questioned in connection of the passport form he signed what about the young woman who is directly involved, why was her name never called, dont u find something wrong in that?

      • Anonymous
        June 6, 2011

        what exactly are you trying to imply???? narrow minded fool….stupes!!!

      • June 8, 2011

        Seems to me that you anonymous are the one who is narrow minded since your thoughts are like a tunnel. you are not broadminded, you can’t answer a simple question what about those who are directly involved whose names are still yet to be mentioned? And its not like their identity is not known

  18. anonymous
    June 6, 2011

    that passport bobol has been going on for so long…………
    such a shame man such a shame.
    so many foreign cmininals carry dominca passport.
    all kinds………just do a google search my friends.

  19. just Asking
    June 6, 2011

    Why would sign documentation for passport for someone that you don’t know very well ? You was only introduce. As an artonery You should know the procedures for signing such documents. I am not making any judgement but You got to be more meticulous next time around.

  20. Jespen
    June 6, 2011


  21. Where the fence is Low...........
    June 6, 2011

    When corruption is allowed to take hold of the country, when the citizens condone WRONG DOINGS, especially by those in Govt. or their colleagues involved in illegal acts, We are not doing ourselves any favour, nor those culprits. The FEW believe they are in ‘High Places’ and they are above the laws and engaging in all kinds of corrupt practices. The FACTS are plain to see. Those greedy few bent on involvement in corruption, deceit, dishonest acts, lying and cheating have brought SHAME and DISGRACE unto the LAND. Institutions are influenced to protect the FEW who engage in illicit acts. Nothing Happens, The BIG BOYS go Scott free and the vicious cycle of lying, stealing, cheating, corruption, manipulation of the people goes on and on and on.

    Dominicans passports, before they are given on approval of an application, must be in the SAFE KEEPING of the Immigration Dept. Any senior or junior civil servant involved in any PASSPORT SCAM must have obtained and/or received passports from where Dominican Passports reside, and that is from the Immigration Dept. Any Dominican passport obtained legally or illegally by any Dominican citizen or foreigner must come from the Immigration Dept. The Police Dept. has, as mandated by Law, to protect and keep safe our Dominican Passports at all times.

    However, Passports are selling like Peas. It is not now that is going on. No transparency. No accountability. Economic Citizenship PROGRAM MY FOOT Some are making $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ on the backs of our people and getting involved in all kinds of SCAMS. That is not the first time. The LAYOU RIVER SCANDAL involved also selling of passports. Money, money, money was made by a FEW. Up to today, NO HOTEL. But NOTHING has happened. No arrest. No Court. NO case. NO charge. NO Fine. No Jail. Absolutely Nothing. They the ‘High Repute’ people are well protected. They know how to protect themselves from the Law. Those on the lowest rung of the ladder will be dragged before the courts and fined and/or jailed.

  22. Home Sick
    June 6, 2011

    To DNO- Did you guys provide a news report on the alleged confession of two individuals regarding the Christmas day firebombing. The news item made the chronicle and the police never deny the allegations. I’m not sure whether or not DNO reported on the issue and if so then I guess I missed it.

  23. Well qualified Dominican and unemployed
    June 6, 2011

    Dominica is in serious trouble asnd we the people must come together and put a stop to all the evil things happening in this God fearing country. Skerit’s government is just too corrupt. We need to get them out before they get us too poor.Why do i have to go and beg Skerit when i can work?

    • Stop it
      June 6, 2011

      What does skerrit have to do with any of this.

      Pure jealously and hate. leave the man out of this please.

    • proud labourite
      June 8, 2011

      well qualified and unemployed??hmmm
      if you cant find an office job why dont you do stg on your own? ever heard of self employed? ever heard of marketing your skills and talents? some of us just like to sit and blame skerrit for everything thats wrong with our lives when we should be blaming ourselves…we will be poor if we allow ourselves to become dependent. thats why i love the haitians and chinese. they do things to assist their families. some work two jobs and they do whatever work they get to do. some dominicans too damn compawason. unless its an office job we dont want it. skerro bring more chinese and give those well qualified and unemployed something to ponder on. lazy set of dominicans

  24. Black and white
    June 6, 2011

    Mr. Willshire being a strong proponent against sale of passports makes him an easy target to downplay his legitamcy on the topic and to deflect attention from where it is due. I say this because as a country we countinue to be individuals despite having the same cause to fight for. Can anyone explain to me why a group of lawyers cannot provide pro-bono legal service to fight some of the legal challenges most of which are from government, and due to the high cost of legal service legitimate cases against the government are either being stalled/not taken up. Our country has a lot of people who speak a lot, but when it comes to making a commitment to provide human service it becomes an entirely different thing that is seen through the lens of WII-FM (What’s in it for me). I am not a lawyer but, the advantage of Pro-bono legal service can also deter the government sides from filing frivalous cases because the case can be made further as to what is the purpose of the Attorney General’s office. I hope that Pro-bono legal service will be realized sooner than later.

  25. Dr. NO
    June 6, 2011

    I suspect DNO has become another Labour Party engine.

    Remember it was for sale?

    I have already left Marpin
    I suspect I will have to get another objective news source other than DNO
    …. i wonder if this message will be posted.

    • gg
      June 6, 2011

      I agree 100%

      • wipe out
        June 6, 2011

        boy things really take time to sink into my peoples’ minds, and now it’s time to wipe out the comments they doe like, and push the favoured comments; so pick your choice;

  26. Anonymous
    June 6, 2011

    I suspect DNO has become another Labour Party engine.

    Remember it was for sale?

    I have already left Marpin
    I suspect I will have to get another objective news source other than DNO
    …. i wonder if this message will be posted.

  27. Jeff
    June 6, 2011

    One set of people name and picture you all using? what about the lawyer by the old market that is the ambassador, why not produce his picture and his name. What about the former minister of education from newtown niece why not produce her name and picture, time will tell, continue to be bias but all you turn will come.

  28. Day To Day
    June 6, 2011

    According to Mr Wilshire he was questioned for 10 minutes and held for 10 hours. It seems to me that the action of the police was deliberated and meant to cause embarrassment to Mr Wilshire. We all know the identities of the main stake holders in the sale of our passports yet these people are yet to be interrogated or put through the scrutiny. The forging of birth certificates and fraudulent processing of forms is deserving of penalty under the law. Like the drug trade the $5 retail crack dealer gets the attention of the police whereas the big timers with “ escobarian status” are held in high esteem. Often protected by the police themselves and the crooked politicians in government.

    It is time for us Dominicans to take our country back from the bondage of the gold digging brigade of deceitful politicians, their friends and crooked lawyers. We all know who they are no need to mention names.

  29. Anonymous
    June 6, 2011

    stop crying for Bernard when they are in office they think they can do what ever the want , more investigation should go on , that not all he knows, he should spend his life in prison prison is not only for the poor but they goverment people . the police is doing a geat job , and they should investigate , the pasport . let wait and see .

    • oh please
      June 8, 2011

      First of all, it is very difficult to try to read your post when you cannot spell. Please try harder next time. He should spend his life in prison? Seems like you have a personal problem with Mr. Wiltshire.

    • June 8, 2011

      Hope you will put your foot in your mouth when the real culprits are found

  30. ME
    June 6, 2011

    8) yeah yeah yeah……….Moving on DNO……….. the other person name allu holding secret release it …..

  31. Honestly
    June 6, 2011

    Where are u the critics who jumped into conclusion to condemn and exhaled your hatred and negative spirit.Wiltshire u are not a saint neither are u perfect, absolutely far from being.But i never expected u to be involved in such practice, i share some of your principles and what u stand for to the extent i know u.A man like u stands in defense of Dominica all of your life and made so much sacrifice that no one holding office in the governance of the island of Dominica has made.The Waitukubuli national trail is a living testimony,were it not for u this trail would not be a reality now.These are the works the people should judge u for.

  32. Anonymous
    June 6, 2011

    DNO, your headline is quite telling and interesting, may be misleading. Who knows. I know who DNO like to give people tongue lashing and mapwee. Please don’t give me any

  33. peaceful
    June 6, 2011

    Of course Bernard Wilshire is not involved in the sale of passport scams, he has not bebefited from that, we all know who has and who are benefitting from the sales thereof. This rougue government is slowly but surely creating the environment for public uprising in Dominica. SOON COME

  34. mouth of the south
    June 6, 2011

    hahaha is that,,, i not signing passport application for nobody,,,,, and i’d like to know how come the dominican consular office in new york closes so early,,,, monday wed n fri,, from 9 – 1 and tue and thur from 9-12 yes iyah,,,, that is good life wiii,,,, i pass there about 2 pm and it was closed,,, all other offices open,,, grenada,, st vincent etc but ours close,,,,, we can do better than that,,, not ruffling any feathers but whoever is responsible can do better

  35. a voice from the wilderness
    June 6, 2011

    the police needs to get up and do the work of the country in a non bias way and stop playing petty politics in ensuring, they carry out their duties efficiently. They need to start investigating their counter parts right in the immigration office thats where it all began. stop holding persons in question because they are affiliated with a certain political party. Thats nonsense man its high time we Dominicans put our feet down and ensure we put an end to this nonsense, thats occurring in our beloved country. what is Dominica really turning into? man its a shame. Dominica is sitting on a volcano god forbid that if it is to erupt not even the ashes we will witness. that is to say that all the corruption that is taking place one day it will soon erupt like a volcano it will destroy us dangerously if we dont put a stop right now.

  36. d bees
    June 6, 2011

    dem man know well what they were doing all of them is white collar criminals

  37. Muslim_always
    June 6, 2011

    Since Bernard Wiltshire has returned to Dominica, he has been the victim of abuse. I find this very sad where many of our people claim to be “christians.”

    People must respect Mr. Wiltshire, this is a man of high academic repute and he has lived in England for many years. It is so sad that we fail to give people their bouquets when they are alive.

    Mr. Wiltshire cares about the Dominican people more than they care about their own damn selves. This man has worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of our environment. He has worked so hard to put Dominica on the map of the world as the “nature Isle of the World.” It is so sad that our current administration cannot visualize where he is coming from.

    Many people vilify Mr. Wiltshire so much, my question to them is, have they ever taken the time to listen to him, talk to him for 2 minutes?

    It is pathetic and sad, everyone of us has faults however, our society has treated Mr. Wiltshire with disrespect and that is so wrong. People must learn to be just even if they dislike a trait of someone.

    • June 14, 2011

      remember, where the fence is low that’s where the cow jumps, Mr Wiltshire be strong, God is on your side, you are in my prayers

  38. Anonymous
    June 6, 2011

    DNO, here you go again mis-informing the reading public. Why are you trying so hard to link Mr. wiltshire with this labour party passport fiasco?
    I won’t be surprised if you do not print this.

    • steupessss
      June 6, 2011

      WTH u mean by labour party passport fiasco??? STUEPS everything is POLITIKS?? seems to me you have a lot of that on ur skin and in your hair!!! allay Beyeh!! stuepssssssssssss

  39. Kay
    June 6, 2011

    Ok DNO you messing around now. Why do you insist on only identifying Wiltshire as the uwp candidate for castle bruce without mentioning that he was a Labour administration AG.

    That is why people will keep bashing your stories. That glaring oversight makes you appear entirely biased.

  40. Meeee2
    June 6, 2011

    Twenty five years is not enough for the crime, they made big money, then they must pay big too.

    • spy
      June 6, 2011

      I agree

  41. Eagle-Eye
    June 6, 2011

    “Wiltshire blasted the media.” YOU ALL HE WAS TALKING ABOUT!! APOLOGISE TO THE MAN!! Publish a retraction. DNO was the first to publish the mans’ name and photo and linked him to passport scam. DNO!!

    Another news site broke the story, followed by Kairi and other news sites then DNO.

    • Anonymous
      June 6, 2011

      So what? don’t you have a responsibility to do your own due diligence before repeating what others say? It is clear that you have no intention of correcting your error because you continue to mislead in your current piece. You insist in linking Mr. Wiltshire to the two persons involved in the scam, even after the gentleman has stated that the police has not linked him to or questioned him about the said scam.

    • Don't be fooled
      June 6, 2011

      If you do a search for that story on the site that broke the news, you will realise that the story has vanished into thin air. The search will reveal every other story on Bernard Wiltshire including another one of that same day, but NOT this one. Take this as your cue.

  42. linky
    June 6, 2011

    the truth will set u free man.

  43. Anonymous
    June 6, 2011

    the truth will set bu free man

  44. Anonymous
    June 6, 2011

    the truth will set u free man.

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