Tag: Matthew Leslie

Marl Road owner guilty of cyberbullying

Marl Road owner guilty of cyberbullying

| 06/08/2020 | 119 Comments

(CNS): Sandra Hill, the owner of the Cayman Marl Road (CMR) website, has been convicted of abusing and harassing on an ICT network in connection with a podcast on the site and related social media, where she accused local businessman Matthew Leslie of being a sexual predator. In the first case in which the ICT […]

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Truth ‘no defence’ to crime in CMR case

Truth ‘no defence’ to crime in CMR case

| 26/06/2020

(CNS): Prosecutor Darlene Oko said the truth of what Sandra Hill, the owner of the Cayman Marl Road website, published about former political candidate Matthew Leslie was “no defence” to the charges she faces. In her closing argument in the case against Hill, who has been charged under the ICT law for harassing and abusing […]

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Cayman Marl Road owner’s trial goes off track

Cayman Marl Road owner’s trial goes off track

| 01/06/2020

(CNS): The criminal case against Sandra Hill, the owner of the Cayman Marl Road website, who has been accused of bullying local businessman Matthew Leslie after she accused him of being a paedophile and paying women for sex, appeared to go off track last week when a judge urged Hill’s attorney to stick to the […]

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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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CMR creator in court over online bullying allegation

CMR creator in court over online bullying allegation

| 22/10/2019

(CNS): The founder of Cayman Marl Road, the online news and gossip blog, appeared in court Tuesday, facing charges of harassment on a communication network. Sandra Hill is accused of bullying local businessman and one-time political hopeful, Matthew Leslie, on her website and social media pages. The case was transferred to Grand Court, where Hill, […]

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Carnival to bring jobs as well as fun

Carnival to bring jobs as well as fun

| 24/07/2017 | 1 Comment

(CNS Business): With a trip down memory lane for many local people and a new experience for others, local businessman Matthew Leslie is promising to bring all the fun of the fair to Cayman at the end of this year as well as jobs and businesses opportunities. Leslie said he is in the process of […]

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On that $200 thing…

On that $200 thing…

| 04/04/2017 | 0 Comments

101 writes: Prospect’s political candidate for the 2017 General Elections, Mathew Leslie, has been allegedly caught doing inappropriate stuff on Facebook messenger. He is running for office and in the wake of this mess, he has publicly admitted that he has “partied”, made mistakes, etc. But instead of repeating ad nauseam that “my private life […]

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Cayman begins efforts to help in wake of Matthew

Cayman begins efforts to help in wake of Matthew

| 07/10/2016 | 14 Comments

(CNS) With reports from Haiti suggesting more than 800 people were killed when category 4 Hurricane Matthew swept across its south-west peninsular this week, Cayman has begun collecting supplies and coordinating relief efforts for all those suffering in the region as a result of the damaging storm. The Cayman Islands Red Cross has launched an […]

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Three homes burned in GT arson attack

Three homes burned in GT arson attack

| 01/08/2016 | 24 Comments

(CNS): Police have confirmed that a wooden house caught fire in the early hours of Sunday morning (31 July) on Cruz Lane, George Town. The report was made to 911 at 1:43am and fire fighters were sent to the scene. Police said the Cayman Islands Fire Service had the blaze under control by 2am. According […]

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Cayman needs accurate homeless numbers

Cayman needs accurate homeless numbers

| 02/10/2015 | 58 Comments

(CNS): The Human Rights Committee has urged the government to address the lack of accurate statistics on homelessness in the Cayman Islands. Following the recent headlines concerning what many believe are growing and worrying numbers of people without secure accommodation, the HRC said governments have a duty to try to ensure that there is adequate housing […]

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Minister: Needs Unit at ‘breaking point’

Minister: Needs Unit at ‘breaking point’

| 24/09/2015 | 84 Comments

(CNS): The community affairs minister has said government plans to inject more resources into the Needs Assessment Unit (NAU), which he described as being “stretched to breaking point”. Osbourne Bodden told the local media that he is very concerned about the mounting social problems, including the homeless and those with mental health issues. The CIG is […]

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