Attorney denies Dr. Denzil Douglas has Dominican citizenship

St. Kitts gov’t is alleging that Dr. Douglas has Dominican citizenship

An attorney representing Dr. Denzil Douglas, former Prime Minister of St. Kitts in a court matter has denied that his client is a Dominican citizen, saying he has never applied for citizenship.

Sylvester Anthony made the comments after a court hearing on the case in Basseterre on Monday.

The government of St. Kitts had earlier filed an injunction against Douglas for allegedly holding dual-citizenship and a diplomatic passport from Dominica, which is against the laws of that country. It said he had violated the constitution of St. Kitts by swearing or acknowledging allegiance to a foreign power and should be barred from serving as a parliamentarian.

But St. Kitts-based WINN FM has quoted Anthony as saying that Dr. Douglas never applied to be a citizen of Dominica.

“The evidence is very simple and clear, Dr. Douglas does not have Dominican citizenship, he has never applied for Dominican citizenship, and was never granted Dominican citizenship,” he stated. “It’s as simple as that and that is information that the claimant could have obtained from doing what we did, you’ll notice if you see the papers we have filed that we wrote to the government of Dominica asking those specific questions and the government of Dominica responded to those very specific questions with the answers that I’ve just given you. That is something that the claimant, the Attorney General, could have found out before he filed this claim so now they’ve asked for additional time to respond, so we’ll see what their response is.”

WINN FM asked Anthony about the fact that the diplomatic passport states nationality as Dominican.

In response, Anthony said what was in question was not a “regular passport.”

“We’re not talking about a regular passport, a passport that is given to you as a result of you being a citizen, we’re talking about diplomatic passport,” he said. “So when we speak about this matter we shouldn’t use passport, we are speaking about a diplomatic passport. So it’s not just a passport, they use the passport to conjure images in people’s minds.”

According to Anthony, his client does not have a Dominican passport.

“Dr Douglas does not have a Dominican passport, he’s not a citizen of Dominica, he’s never applied for and has never been granted citizenship of the Commonwealth of Dominica. This fact is irrefutable,” he said.

The government of St. Kitts asked for more time in the matter during Monday’s court appearance.

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56 Comments

  1. Tony
    March 2, 2018

    Hello and good morning my people. For just over a year Mr Douglas and Mr Skerrit told us that Mr Douglas don’t have any passport issued by the Dominica Government . On February 27 Mr Douglas attorney decide to distinguish his words between a Passport by birth/citizenship and a Diplomatic Passport which we know are different . On February 28th and while under Oath facing perjury charges if he lie Mr Douglas admitted that he holds a diplomatic passport issued by the Government of Dominica. We can’t get the truth out of people like Mr Douglas or Mr Skerrit unless they are placed under oath facing perjury charges if they lie to the court. Soon we will find out that Mr Douglas also is a naturalize citizen of Dominica and Mr Skerrit also have a diplomatic passport issued by the Government of St Kitts.

  2. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    February 28, 2018

    You are wrong Francisco. One can also become a Dominican by naturalization while at the same time retaining the nationality of the country of one’s birth. (Dominican).

    To Dominican let me inform you, I do not understand your theory, because becoming a citizen of another country does not; and cannot change the birth place of the individual even if they renounce their place of birth; that always remains until death!

    Naturalization  is the legal act or process by which a non-citizen in a country may acquire citizenship or nationality of that country. It may be done by a statute, without any effort on the part of the individual, or it may involve an application and approval by legal authorities. The rules of naturalization vary from country to country and typically include a minimum legal residency requirement, and may specify other requirements such as knowledge of the national dominant language or culture, a promise to obey and uphold that country’s laws.

    • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
      February 28, 2018

      Continue:

      An oath or pledge of allegiance is also  required. Some countries also require that the person renounce any other citizenship that they currently hold, forbidding dual citizenship, but whether this renunciation actually causes loss of the person’s original citizenship, as seen by the host country and by the original country, will again depend on the laws of the countries involved.

      I am a naturalized citizen of the United States of America, nevertheless in my American passport which I use to travel the world, my place of birth states ” The commonwealth of Dominica,” to the very day I die, that can never change, so again I do not understand your theory or simply speaking do not understand anything you conveyed, it is my understanding in the diplomatic passport this man has it states he is a Dominican born.

      How can this be when we know he (is) was born on the island of St. Kitts, how can naturalization change that fact?
      I do not know of any human born in two…

  3. langlou
    February 28, 2018

    tony is de biggest garbage organiser in the Caribbean or the world….. denzel and skerrit will protect each other fir their corruot pactices… and tony will help them with flare

  4. Man bite dogs
    February 28, 2018

    In stead of you blue flies consentrating on someone else business that doesn’t concern none of us, it would be better to consentrate on our home front rather than just trying to destroy the island and pm Skerrit with rubbish talking of curruption, curruption like a bunch of Mama Man, get a life for crying out loud stupid fools.

  5. The Cord
    February 28, 2018

    Apart from Mr. Douglas; I am wondering who again did Mr. Skerrit gave a DP out of courtesy. Is this practice constitutional, legal-anyone? Whether any of the dodgy DP holders got his/her passport out of courtesy and what was the undertable deal, if any? Why wasn’t Douglas diplomatic status and his role in the country’s development due to his status made known to the Dominican public? And why many Dominicans continue to treat such issues indifferently?
    Why, Mr. Douglas, after receiving the passport didn’t observe it said that his nationality was Dominican, and why didn’t he ask to correct this so-called computer error before he travelled with it? However, did his port of entry regarded him, as a Dominican diplomat or as a Kittian diplomat? If as a Dominican diplomat as I suspect based on the national inscribed in this DP, why didn’t he attempt to correct this misinterpretation? Why only now after having the DP for approximately three years, his wrong nationality is observed?

  6. Illuminator
    February 28, 2018

    I agree that we all have a right to our opinion, understanding and so on in this matter. But I am fascinated by the fact that the Government of St. Kitts in response to the defense put up, is now seeking an EXPERT IN DOMINICAN LAW to assist it in the case. Maybe it is not as straightforward legally as the facts would at first suggest. The courts ruling will be enlightening for sure.

  7. Nemesis
    February 28, 2018

    We are so professional in reading between the lines and coming up with far-fetched conclusion that we can read and understand that Denzil’s lawyer name is Sylvester Anthony and not Anthony Astaphans. We tend to invent our own comprehension of a passage rather than understanding the passage itself.

  8. Stan
    February 28, 2018

    What a shame on Skerrit and Douglas.

    • RandyX
      March 1, 2018

      These guys have no shame. Only money they are interested in…

  9. lise
    February 28, 2018

    These are absolutely two different things.

    a regular passport and a diplomatic passport are not the same and do no confer the same privileges. And if anyone doesn’t know that there is a difference, then it’s time to do some research.

    even non citizens are granted passports in the us.. (us nationals). It’s all in the definitions. but I agree that a diplomatic passport doesn’t automatically make you a citizen, but then again, it will have to be based on the laws of the country.

    • Neverson St jean
      February 28, 2018

      That’s a lie non citizens are not granted passports in the US.stop trying to fool people with that garbage.

    • Anonymous
      March 1, 2018

      Please, quote one example of this I.e. a non-U.S. citizen being issued with a U.S. by the appropriate U.S. authorities, to support your assertion.

  10. UKDominican
    February 28, 2018

    Two observations:
    – what does a passport confer to its holder if not the nationality of the issuing country?
    – what would be the purpose of carrying a passport from a different country if it does not provide advantages by considered being a citizen of the issuing country?
    Most countries do not oblige new citizens from taking an oath of allegiance and Dominica is one of them. Citizens of Dominica through naturalisation are not required to make such an oath so mr. Astaphan’s argument in this case is merely a red herring, introduced as a diversion to mislead.

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      You first need to distinguish the difference between a regular passport and a diplomatic passport. The observations you are making is based on regular passports.Regarding your first observation, you cannot have a passport meaning a regular passport and not have the nationality of the issuing country, but you can have a diplomatic passport and not have the nationality of the issuing country. In regards to your second observation, a regular passport holder advantages are not decided by the issuing country.
      The holder of diplomatic passport privileges and advantages is regulated by The Vienna treaty under the umbrella of the UN.

      Where did you get the idea that new citizens of Dominica are not obligated to take an oath allegiance, of course, they do http://www.dominica.gov.dm/services/citizenship/60-how-do-i-apply-for-citizenship-of-the-commonwealth-of-dominica. You need to educate your self about your country of birth.

  11. Toto
    February 27, 2018

    You mean to say that when you are given a Dominican passport by our government you are not a Dominican? Never heard such double talking B…S in my life. you are not a Dominican when your passport says you are? Maybe that make sense to Tony Astaphan but not to a simple man like me. That is just not logical unless the passport is a fake.

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      Why are you defending your ignorance, wow. The issue at hand is not about passport, meaning the regular passport, it’s about diplomatic passport and there is a difference between the two. The holder of a diplomatic passport does not have to be a citizen of Dominica or born in Dominica. This is not about something being logical or fake, it’s about your ignorance regarding the matter.

      • Ibo France
        March 1, 2018

        Gary, your argument is unadulterated garbage. A diplomatic passport has the holder’s nationality as a citizen of that particular country where it was issued. You are trying to defend the indefensible. In doing this, you have come across as a complete ignoramus. Your attempts to muddy the crystalline waters with your asinine remarks reflect exactly who you are. Eating directly from the Senior Counsel ‘s mouth shows that you are easily persuaded by frivolity. You can have your own distorted, rope-like opinion but you can’t have your own facts.

      • Gary
        March 2, 2018

        Ibo France.

        Wow, do you know what is unadulterated garbage, it simply means garbage that does not stink. Thanks for your compliment. Yes, a diplomatic passport and a regular passport both
        have the nationality of the particular country where it was issued. Please note I omitted nationality as a citizen from what you wrote, reason why, there is a difference between nationality and citizenship http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-nationality-and-citizenship/

        Why would you describe me as a complete ignoramus trying to defend the indefensible. Look, it is silly on your part to say that I’m trying to muddy crystalline waters with asinine remarks. Do you know the number of reckless claims you have made about Dominica and The PM
        on DNO, without facts, that is why I have labeled you a propagandist, which you are.

    • Da passports
      February 28, 2018

      LOLOL :lol: I agree with u 100% brotha

  12. February 27, 2018

    While we continue to squabble, i ask the question, why not a referendum uniting the Islands of Dominica, Antigua, st kitts? there use to be a time, when there were more Dominicans living in Antigua. why not encourage free travel and domicile? don’t forget as chattel, passport was never the issue. In reality, is it not driving us further apart as a people?

  13. My little take
    February 27, 2018

    While prime Minister Timothy Harris and Opposition leader Denzil Douglas are before their St. Kitts Court over a Dominica Diplomatic passport Douglas holds and, prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit is a witness in that case, Dominicans should rise up and demand the resignation of Skerrit for whatever role he played in assisting Mr. Douglas to hold our passport where up to this time he has yet to tells us why he gave Douglas our passport, where is Douglas serving as ambassador and why was Douglas allowed to violate the laws of St Kitts / Nevis to unlawfully obtain a Dominica Diplomatic passport. In St Kitts / Nevis there should be enough fire on Denzil Douglas demanding his resignation but in Dominica much more fire should be placed on Skerrit for assisting Denzil Douglas in what appears to be yet another fraudulous story involving our diplomatic passport.

    • RandyX
      February 28, 2018

      You are right. This has to stop and it has to stop right now.

    • Neverson St jean
      February 28, 2018

      U are so right, nothing seems to bother the majority of Dominicans, some people believe the opposition should do more, when the people don’t care what happens to their country I don’t care who u have as opposition leader things will not change

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      Your comment is such nonsense. Your Inuendoes and lack of understanding regarding the matter is the nonsense I’m referring to. How on earth can you come up with such stupidity that The PM should be a witness to such case, wow. I have also noticed that you do have some confusion between a passport and diplomatic passport. When you asked the question, quote “why was Douglas allowed to violate the laws of St Kitts / Nevis to unlawfully obtain a Dominica Diplomatic passport”. First, of, you or I do not know that Douglas violated the laws of St Kitts / Nevis by having a diplomatic passport issued, that is why such matter is before the Court. Secondly, The Government of Dominica has done nothing unlawful issuing a diplomatic passport to Mr. Douglas.You must also know that the holder of a diplomatic passport does not necessarily have to have an ambassadorial position, as to The Government position read https://www.sknvibes.com/news/newsdetails. Facts do not cease to exist because they are…

  14. I want to know
    February 27, 2018

    “The evidence is very simple and clear, Dr. Douglas does not have Dominican citizenship, he has never applied for Dominican citizenship, and was never granted Dominican citizenship,” he stated.

    Because Skerrit is such a professional corrupt PM armed with some of the most corrupt lawyers in the Caribbean I suspect Dr. Douglas might get away. His attorney is arguing that he never applied for citizenship of Dominica, which might be true. But did he apply for a Diplomatic passport of Dominica that has him as a citizen of Dominica? If he didn’t did someone apply for him without his approval or knowledge? If so, after receiving the said diplomatic passport that has him as a citizen of Dominica, did he accept it? More than the case in St. Kitts Dominicans should be outraged and demand answers from our government because one can sense plenty corruption
    https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-WgeWGKU0Ktk/WpTGx8fuohI/AAAAAAAAdJ0/9Tf3SFBvbaA4WuP9pqLMRCzC__hk4DKKACLcBGAs/s1600/2018-02-26-PHOTO-00002696

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      Wow, why such pathetic nonsense. Do you have evidence to support the statement you made quote “Skerrit is such a professional corrupt PM armed with some of the most corrupt lawyers in the Caribbean quote” I wonder if the rest of the people in the Caribbean would believe such ludicrous statement. How do you know that Mr. Douglas applied for a diplomatic passport.The issuance of Diplomatic passports is not made by an application. Have you seen the authentic diplomatic passport issued by the Government of Dominica stating that Mr. Douglas is a
      citizen of Dominica. How can someone apply for a Diplomatic passport on the behalf of Mr. Douglas without his approval or knowledge, pity your nonsense and ignorance regarding the issuance of diplomatic passports.

      The link you have posted just shows how gullible you are, pity you.

  15. CONSCIOUS
    February 27, 2018

    This lawyer made a BIG mistake by emphasizing that he does not have an ordinary passport. If you are good at reading the English language he indicated he held a Dominican Diplomatic Passport. Come again My Lawyer you were not that smart. I read between your invisible lines.

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      Wow, again why defend your ignorance by not knowing the difference between a diplomatic passport and a regular ordinary passport. There are no invisible lines, you just willfully chose to be ignorant regarding the issue.

  16. My Bad
    February 27, 2018

    More corruption, more cover up and more unanswered questions by our very corrupt Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, who is a witness in this case. What is Roosevelt Skerrit saying to the people of Dominica in all of this mess once again? Has he concluded that we are all fools and don’t deserve an answer? How long will the name of Dominica continue to be embarrassed in the regional and international world by our corrupt PM? It is a FACT that D Douglas has our diplomatic passport? Since we know he was not born in Dominica how did he get our passport if he is not a citizen? When an immigration officer opens his diplomatic passport does he see citizen of St. Kitts or Citizen of Dominica? Is he an ambassador Skerrit? Say for example Mr. Douglas lands in the US with his Dominica diplomatic passport that has him as a citizen of Dominica should the police looking for a Denzil Douglas of St. Kitts, would that not raise red flags? To me this is fraudulent and both Skerrit and Denzil must go

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      You are just another one writing nonsensical conjure without knowing facts concerning the matter. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A CITIZEN OF DOMINICA TO BE GRANTED A DIPLOMATIC PASSSPORT. Frist of there is a different protocol for someone entering the US with a diplomatic passport. The holder of a diplomatic passport issued by a country does not have to be a national of the Country who issued the diplomatic passport. Denzil Douglas of St. Kitts carrying a genuinely issued diplomatic passport by The Government of Dominica regardless of what citizen
      it says on the passport is not a red flag entering The US unless Denzil Douglas has issues pertaining to a criminal background making him not admissible under US law. It is not what you think is fraudulent, It’s what the law says is fraudulent.

      • Lex
        March 1, 2018

        Gary, is it possible that you are making an untenable case for citizens to legally travel on a diplomatic passport of one country when they also hold a passport from a country that does not normally approve of dual citizenship? For example, it is no secret that Anthony Astaphan’s mother is a Dutch citizen by birth and for that reason can not be Dominican citizen at the same time. It makes no difference whether her Dominican passport would be an ordinary- or a diplomatic one. She would automatically forfeit her Dutch citizenship if she were to obtain a Dominican passport without express prior approval of the Netherlands.

      • RandyX
        March 1, 2018

        Where in the law of Dominica does it say that? Where?

      • Gary
        March 2, 2018

        To Lex

        I’m not making an making an untenable case for citizens to legally travel on a diplomatic passport of one country when they also hold a passport from a country that does not normally approve of dual citizenship. The reason is a diplomatic passport is not regulated and control like the laws governing citizenship. You must remember a holder of a diplomatic passport is an agent or person working on behalf of a country which involves traveling and it identifies the holder as someone doing business on behalf of a country who issued the passport. Diplomatic passports are regulated and governed by the Vienna convention under the umbrella of The UN.
        You are also confusing citizenship with nationality, regarding your argument as it pertains to Anthony Astaphan’s mother, there is a difference, between citizenship and nationality http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-nationality-and-citizenship/

  17. Jonathan Y St Jean
    February 27, 2018

    I only hope that the judge in this case asks the Defendant to present his passport so we can ascertain that what Anthony is saying is correct.Had the judge asked Skerritt to present his passport the truth of his dual citizenship would be evident

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      There is a saying, blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed, so long for your hope.

      • RandyX
        March 2, 2018

        … and locked up should be all those who turn a blind eye to Skerrits corruption!

    • Zor Sot
      February 28, 2018

      When judges in your pocket they always make decisions/judgments to protect you.

      you ever heard such crap….the judge told the opposition that they should get Skerrit passport and present it ….that one was laughable but hey just another day in DA and skerrits absolute power in DA

  18. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    February 27, 2018

    If the following is true; Denzil has no defense!

    “Premier Brantley posting on Facebook:

    I have largely stayed out of the Douglas Dominica passport fiasco but today I saw a video clip outside the High Court where Dr Douglas is once again taking up people and parading them around Basseterre to support foolishness. Dr Douglas knows better and should seek to do better.

    In an affidavit filed by him in the passport fiasco seen by me today he makes some startling admissions. First, he admits he holds a Dominican diplomatic passport. This is after weeks of prevarication on the matter including telling the Public that it was none of their business. Second, he admits he applied for and exhibited the application form duly signed by him for the said passport. Third, he admits that he used the Dominican passport to travel around the world. Fourth, he admits that the Dominican passport held by him clearly states his citizenship/nationality as Dominican.”

    • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
      February 27, 2018

      Continue:

      “Fourth, he admits that the Dominican passport held by him clearly states his citizenship/nationality as Dominican.”

      “Citizenship/nationality as Dominican implies that Denzil Douglas is a Dominican born, which is the biggest lie ever told; that surpasses treason! 

      • Dominican
        February 28, 2018

        You are wrong Francisco. One can also become a Dominican by naturalisation while at the same time retaining the nationality of the country of one’s birth.

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      You citing someone facebook as your evidence, wow. Do you know what an affidavit, a sworn statement in writing made especially under oath or on affirmation before an authorized magistrate. Does your facebook source provide the evidence that such affidavit truly exists.

      • Anonymous
        March 1, 2018

        Gary, you are clutching at straws man. Why? Is your good fortune wrapped up with that of Roosevelt Skerrit perhaps?

  19. Ibo France
    February 27, 2018

    Dr. Denzil Douglas has always been a congenital liar. He and Mr. Skerrit are cut from the same cloth. These two individuals are bosom friends with similar traits. As I understand it, Douglas was asked numerous times by the Press if he owns a Dominican diplomatic passport and has never refuted the claim. No wonder the Caribbean is in such dire economic difficulties. The region is led by men who are into politics for personal profit. These men are the producers and distributors of misery, poverty, divisiveness and greed.

    • Gary
      February 28, 2018

      Why do you write things as though they are facts. I have told you before you are propagandist, it’s your treat.You are calling Dr. Denzil Dougls a congenital liar as though you know him personally. You are citing one occasion that may not even be factual indicating Dr. Denzil Douglas is a congenital liar. Please, can you provide the link or links where Dr. Denzil Douglas was asked numerous times by the Press if he owns a Dominican diplomatic passport and has never refuted the claim. When you say quote “As I understand,” it tells me you are piggybacking on hearsay.

      • Ibo France
        February 28, 2018

        My statements are factual, irrefutable and incontrovertible . Do your own research as I have done and you’ll find my comments do be factual assertions. I’m not one to tarnish the character of public or private figures without having the goods on them. Go to YouTube or Google and type “weird statements by Denzil Douglas” and you would come away with a definitive picture of this man’s character.. Gary, your pathetic attempt to distort facts and truth is an exercise in futility. Facts are very stubborn things.

      • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
        February 28, 2018

        Gary, the Caribbean is a very small place in area of square miles, most people knows every politician especially those who serves as prime ministers. We know their traits, habits, and conduct, we know those who are thieves, and those who are liars.

        We know those From Guyana in the South, to Jamaica who endeavors to do the people will, and we also know those who are self-centered, and do things only in their interest.

        We have all the liars and thieves pegged!

        You wish I would mention certain people name boy, but Francisco doh going there today oui! 

      • Gary
        February 28, 2018

        To Ibo France

        Wow, you are so laughable. You made a statement that Douglas was asked numerous times by the Press if he owns a Dominican diplomatic passport and has never refuted the claim. Yes, he has never refuted the claim that he owns a Dominican diplomatic passport, what I’m castigating you for is the manner in which you said that there were “numerous times” the press posed the question to Mr. Douglas regarding his possession of a Dominican Diplomatic passport. The YouTube links you directed me to does not support your statement. If Mr. Douglas has not denied that he owns a diplomatic passport from Dominica how can he be a congenital liar. This case is not about the legality of Dominica issuance of a diplomatic passport to Mr. Douglas. The case is about the legality
        or eligibility of Mr Douglas as an elected person to The St.Kitts/ Nevis Parliament holding a diplomatic passport of a foreign country which brings into question his allegiance.

  20. Roy Williams
    February 27, 2018

    Their appears to be a certain amount of inconsistencies in terms of the issuing of his diplomatic passport. For instance, an alleged copy of the application form as shown by MITC blogger, all relevant information are given with the exception of the areas requesting proof of citizenship by Birth, Descent, Naturalization and Registration. According to a copy of an alleged page from a passport book also shown by the same blogger, it shows the nationality of Douglas to be Dominican. It is going to be interesting see how Tony handles these inconsistencies.

    • Me
      February 28, 2018

      Tony Astaphan is not concerned about right or wrong. Only about winning his cases in court.

    • Gary
      March 1, 2018

      It seems you love to be entertained by drama and inconsistencies connected to bloggers, wow. Unfortunately, the drama and inconsistencies you are alluding to will not be brought into the courtroom, it’s not the place for such nonsense in the pursuit of truth and justice.

      • Ibo France
        March 1, 2018

        Gary again! On several different occasions , the goodly doctor was asked about whether or not he owns a diplomatic passport and he did not deny. Dr. Douglas has uttered many crude and fallacious statements. He was even referred to as King Liar in some quarters. Obviously you possess some intellectual prowess but defending Dr. Douglas and PM Sherrie in this case is the pinnacle of stupidity. What you’re actually doing is suspending reality and fabricating injustice. Stop using your time for demagoguery.

    • Gary
      March 1, 2018

      It seems to me, you love to entertain drama and inconsistencies from bloggers. Unfortunately, such nonsense will not be brought into the courtroom in the pursuit of truth and justice.

  21. Bee
    February 27, 2018

    So in other words Tony …. There a different definitions to term used on a Diplomatic passport compared to a regular one? If nationality does not refer to citizenship, makes me wonder if the occupation on Skerrit passport which probably says Head of Government/Prime Minister means something else… like Bobolist or Master Swindler …. hmm just wondering. 8-O

  22. zandoli
    February 27, 2018

    The response from from that lawyer seems like a lot of smoke and mirrors. He is deliberately trying to create confusion in people’s minds. From his response I would conclude that Denzil has or had carried a Dominican passport – diplomatic or otherwise.

  23. jihan
    February 27, 2018

    The corruption in the islands continue,Anthony how much is the Skerrit regime paying you to say this.

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