article, which concerned a Legislative Assembly subcommittee that is reviewing
the Freedom of Information Law in meetings not held in the public, along with a
newspaper editorial, caused Speaker of the House Mary Lawrence to suspend Mr.
Fuller from the attending the Legislative Assembly and call for his
apology. North Side legislator Ezzard Miller then brought a motion that
not only asked for the immediate revocation of his Legislative Assembly press
pass, but also recommended his criminal prosecution for contravening sections
18 and 19 of the Legislative Assembly (Immunities, Powers and Privileges) Law.
General Sam Bulgin issued a statement Monday morning saying he had taken some
time to consider his decision on the matter “given its seriousness and obvious
the circumstances, the decision is that there will be no criminal proceedings
instituted against Mr. Brent Fuller and/or the Caymanian Compass,” Mr. Bulgin