Published on November 12, 2020
A lawyer announced yesterday that he had advised Janet Mandeville to report the theft of money from her company, Evan Mandeville Associates, to the police.
However, according to the Queen’s attorney Michael Griffith, Ian Henderson Hunte said he was eager to repay the money, so drafted a promissory note to sign.
Griffith told the No. 2 Supreme Court that Mandeville contacted him in July 2005 about stealing funds from the company.
He then had a meeting with her and the auditor John Field and advised them to go to the police.
“I don’t think they did that at that point,” he said. (HLE)
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