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Miller urges government to remove Speaker Bush

North Side Member of Parliament Ezzard Miller has called for House Speaker McKeeva Bush to either resign or be removed by Premier Alden McLaughlin.

Premier: Gov’t unlikely to take action against Bush

The Cayman Islands' national unity government is unlikely to take any disciplinary action against Speaker of the House McKeeva Bush, who on Monday was convicted of and sentenced for three counts of common assault and one count of disorderly conduct.

Demonstrators gather to protest against Speaker Bush

Dozens of demonstrators gathered at Heroes Square Friday to rally for the removal of McKeeva Bush from the Speaker's chair after he pleaded guilty to two counts of common assault and one count of disorderly conduct.

Protest planned over lawmakers’ lack of accountability

Protesters plan to hold a demonstration over a lack of accountability of elected lawmakers on Friday afternoon, 11 Dec., outside the former Legislative Assembly building.

Speaker Bush pleads not guilty to assault charges

The assault charges allege that Bush grabbed the woman by her hair and hit her in the head as well as threw bus tubs at her.

Bush hearing pushed back to June

An administrative adjournment has pushed back a mention hearing of Speaker of the House McKeeva Bush, in relation to assault charges.

Charges withdrawn against man in ‘romantic triangle’

A man allegedly involved in “some sort of romantic triangle” had all charges against him withdrawn when he appeared in Grand Court on Friday.

No conviction recorded in Adam assault trial

The trial of former government minister Mike Adam concluded Tuesday with Magistrate Grace Donalds finding there was a case to be made for common assault, but electing not to record a conviction.

George Town man charged with theft, common assault

A 28-year-old George Town man has been charged with theft and common assault in relation to an incident on the morning of Aug. 25 on Lawrence Boulevard.

Former minister’s assault trial adjourned

The ongoing trial of former government minister Michael Adam has been adjourned again.

Ex-boyfriend sentenced for assault, harassment that went on for months

Sven Brett Connor, 37, was sentenced on Friday to five years imprisonment for seven offenses in which the victim/complainant was a former girlfriend.
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Former minister’s assault trial adjourned

Former government minister Michael Thomas Adam will have to wait until August before his trial for common assault can resume

Former minister’s assault trial begins

Trial began on Tuesday morning for former government minister Michael Thomas Adam, who has pleaded not guilty to common assault.

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