Jack Warner

Warner loses to Kamla in court

Op­po­si­tion Leader Kam­la Per­sad-Bisses­sar has asked Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith to se­cure im­por­tant doc­u­ments re­lat­ing to A&V Drilling in­ves­ti­ga­tion which could be lost when Petrotrin shuts down.

Per­sad-Bisses­sar was speak­ing with re­porters out­side the San Fer­nan­do High Court short­ly af­ter she won her li­bel law­suit against Sun­shine News­pa­per owned by her for­mer Cab­i­net col­league Jack Warn­er on Wednes­day.

Court gives Warner 120 days to raise $3.7 million

Former government minister Jack Warner has 120 days to raise to $3.7 million or sell three of apartments at his Emerald Plaza Hotel at St Augustine to settle an outstanding judgment debt. 

Warner agreed to those terms after Docs Engineering Works Ltd filed a judgment summons for the court to order Warner to sell Emerald Plaza and use the money to settle the debt. 

Warner loses legal challenge to extradition

Bad news for Jack Warner as he has lost his lawsuit challenging his extradition to the United States.

Warner is wanted by authorities to answer charges of fraud arising out of a FIFA bribery scandal.

Delivering a 50-page ruling in the High Court this afternoon, Justice James Aboud dismissed the claim for judicial review brought by Warner.

That lawsuit challenged the process used by the Office of the Attorney General in signing off on the US Government's request for his extradition in May 2015.

Warner announces US$40 million lawsuit against CONCACAF and its president

Former CONCACAF president and FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner is suing CONCACAF for US$40 million, twice the amount CONCACAF is suing both Warner and former head of the US Football Federation, Chuck Blazer.

Warner issued a statement Tuesday saying his lawsuit is also again CONCACAF's president Sunil Gulati for defamation.

The following is Warner's statement:

CONCACAF files US$20 million lawsuit against Warner, Blazer

The organisation that governs soccer in much of the Americas has slapped its former leaders with a US$20 million lawsuit for fraud.

The Confederation of North, Central American, and Caribbean Association Football, or CONCACAF — which sends teams from that region to compete in the World Cup — named its former general secretary, Chuck Blazer, and its former president, Jack Warner, in a suit filed last week in the U.S. Eastern District of New York. 

The suit also names some of Blazer’s shell companies.

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