Tag: Cayman Marl Road

‘I’m obsessed with the truth’ says CMR owner

‘I’m obsessed with the truth’ says CMR owner

| 18/06/2020

(CNS): Sandra Hill (née Catron), the owner of the mixed-media website Cayman Marl Road, returned to the dock Thursday to face harassment charges, when she told the court that her “obsession was with the truth” and not local businessman Matthew Leslie. Hill is accused of deliberately targeting Leslie with unpleasant allegations in a podcast and […]

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Crown to ‘re-do’ charges against Marl Road owner

Crown to ‘re-do’ charges against Marl Road owner

| 13/02/2020

(CNS): Charges against Sandra Hill, who has found herself in criminal court over allegations that she “bullied” local businessman Matthew Leslie on her website, Cayman Marl Road, and Facebook vlog, will be redrawn, the crown said in court last week. When she appeared in court, Hill (née Catron) pointed out that the charges on the […]

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Minister takes legal action against CMR

Minister takes legal action against CMR

| 27/08/2019

(CNS): Health Minister Dwayne Seymour, who represents the constituency of Bodden Town East, has filed a legal action against Cayman Marl Road and its owner, Sandra Hill, for libel over postings that do not actually name him. Although Seymour is alleging defamation, there are few details in the statement of claim, filed in the Grand […]

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Cops investigate false child rape allegation

Cops investigate false child rape allegation

| 18/08/2019 | 31 Comments

(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has said there is no evidence to support allegations that an 11-year-old child was the victim of rape last month. Police have opened an inquiry into how a local man was named and accused on social media of sexually assaulting a boy based on what is now believed […]

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Cops retain gun in contentious case

Cops retain gun in contentious case

| 14/08/2019 | 50 Comments

(CNS): Police have confirmed that they have retained a gun that was seized from a property in the Crystal Harbour area of West Bay in March in a case that has become particularly contentious. A wealthy US businessman in whose house the weapon was found was arrested and is now suing a local blogger for […]

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DPP denies wrongly influencing case

DPP denies wrongly influencing case

| 18/07/2019

(CNS): Patrick Moran, the acting director of public prosecutions, has denied that one of his prosecutors acted improperly over a criminal case that was recently heard in Summary Court, in which a Cayman Airways pilot dodged a conviction after she was charged with DUI and assaulting a police officer. The case stirred up some concerns […]

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‘Naming and shaming’ unfair, says local woman

‘Naming and shaming’ unfair, says local woman

| 18/02/2019

(CNS): A woman who says she was wrongly ‘named and shamed’ by a blogger is urging people not to rush to judgments when reading one side of a story on social media. Giselle Johnson was arrested last month following an altercation with her ex-boyfriend after he made what she said was a false allegation against […]

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