‘Lord Evil’ still on bail, curfew revised Two years for theft and burglary
ANDRE OMAR “LORD EVIL” to 6 a.m. curfew. JACKMAN remains out on bail. Crown Counsel Oliver
When he appeared in Thomas had previously chambers in the No. 4 Supreme asked the court to exercise Court yesterday, Acting High its discretion and revoke Court Justice Alrick Scott Jackman’s bail after he was revised the curfew of the caught in breach of his curfew, 38-year-old murder accused, at 11:54 p.m., by police. of Stroud Bay Road, Crab Hill, But his legal team of Arthur St Lucy. Holder, Shadia Simpson,
Jackman had been hauled Danielle Mottley and Rhea before the court for allegedly Layne had argued that this breaching one of his bail was the first time Jackman conditions on October 28, had breached conditions. one of which was a 9 p.m. They said he had been obeying the restrictions of his bail, including reporting to police daily.
In conceding that Jackman had only breached his curfew on one instance, the acting judge reverted his curfew back to the original time of 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.
In doing so, he warned Jackman that any breach of the court was grave, and cautioned him to comply with its orders.
That curfew had initially been put in place by Justice Olson Alleyne. However, Justice Jacqueline Cornelius had given him a bit more freedom last year, extending it from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Jackman is on $175 000 bail in connection with the May 10, 2016 murder of Charly Dume.
( Exemption from Income Tax) Act ( IBC Act) were modest in their expectations that the activities of IBCS would generate “a tremendous amount of clerical work and employment”, expectations were not realised as the act failed to attract companies to establish in Barbados in the clarified. A resident IBC could now numbers expected or hoped for. benefit from tax concessions where it
The accepted view is that the limited carried on “trade in the selling of services achievement of the 1965 IBC Act which, if originating in Barbados, are for, stemmed from the uncertainty as to what or on account of, people resident outside constituted “management and control” Barbados or outside any other country and hence “residence”, the fact that an that is a party to the Treaty” (as defined exempted company could not carry on by the Caribbean Community Act). trade in the buying or selling of goods or An IBC was deemed to be “resident” services “in, or originating in, the island” in Barbados “where it is incorporated and that the IBC would only know if its under the laws of Barbados or where its profits or gains would benefit from the business is managed and controlled in relevant tax concessions if “within the Barbados” and an IBC “shall be deemed prescribed time after the expiration of to be managed and controlled in an income year the company satisfies Barbados where it holds its annual the Commissioner that during the whole general meetings and the majority of that income year it was an exempted company within the meaning of this act”.
The 1977 amendments to the IBC Act sought to address the perceived deficiencies of the existing act. ( Harold Bernard H. B. St John The Senate duly passed the bill, Governor (later Sir Harold), who led the John Stow assented to it on July 19, 1965, debate dealing with the amendments, and its commencement acknowledged that the IBC Act in date was stated as July 26, 1965. its existing form had failed to attract
Then Premier (later Prime Minister) international companies as had Errol Walton E.W. Barrow, in presenting been done in other territories the bill in the House of Assembly, in the Caribbean. indicated that it sought to exempt international business companies (IBCS) Link with tourism from paying income tax in whole or in He felt that a successful IBC regime part provided that those companies were could result in increased employment of not carrying on business, in the accepted Barbadians although he, too, narrowly sense of the word, within the island. perceived such increased employment
In his view, the purpose of the bill to be restricted to the “clerical and was to encourage “well established administrative” area. Mr St John, and reputable businesses to establish however, recognised the potential link offices” in Barbados so as to generate with tourism since business people employment “in the form of clerical would utilise our hotels when attending services, processing, accounting and directors’ and other meetings. that kind of thing”. Pursuant to the relevant amendments,
Although, the framers of the the uncertainties pertaining to residence International Business Companies and the “selling of services” were