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Cayman Marl Road administrator Sandra Teresa Hill has been fined $3,000 and ordered not to publish any future posts about businessman Matthew Leslie.
Cayman Marl Road administrator Sandra Teresa Hill has been found guilty of misusing the Information and Communications Technology Law to abuse and harass businessman Matthew Leslie.
The trial of Cayman Marl Road administrator Sandra Teresa Hill concluded in the Grand Court today. A verdict is expected by the middle of next month.
The harassment trial of Cayman Marl Road administrator Sandra Teresa Hill resumed on Thursday, with her telling the Grand Court she threw away a warning letter from businessman Matthew Leslie’s attorneys because she viewed it to be frivolous.
Cayman Marl Road administrator Sandra Teresa Hill told the Grand Court Monday that while it is possible Mathew Leslie might have been offended by her allegations about him, she does not think those comments amounted to harassment because she believed them to be true.
The trial of Cayman Marl Road host Sandra Hill encountered further delays on Wednesday, as Justice Roger Chapple sought to establish the scope and intention of Cayman’s Information and Communications Technology Authority Law.
The trial of Cayman Marl Road host Sandra Hill encountered delays on Wednesday, as Justice Roger Chapple considered contempt-of-court and breach-of-bail applications made against the defendant.
The trial of Cayman Marl Road administrator Sandra Teresa Hill began on Monday in relation to a charge of harassing local businessman Matthew Leslie.
Prosecutors will have to review their charges against Cayman Marl Road administrator Sandra Teresa Hill, who appeared before the Grand Court on Friday on allegations of harassment.
Clubs, bars and restaurants in Grand Cayman shrugged off the controversy over the island’s New Year’s Eve live music ban and insisted, “The show must go on.”
Just 46 hours short of her 104th birthday, in the company of her great-grandson, Lillian Pearson passed away peacefully at the Cayman Islands Hospital. “She died listening to Jimmy Swaggart’s music, ‘Leavin’ On My Mind,’ and her last words were, ‘I love you,’ said great-grandson Matthew Leslie.
The concept of decriminalizing marijuana received universal support from all four candidates at Tuesday evening’s national election debate. Finance Minister Marco Archer and independent candidates Matthew Leslie, Kenneth Bryan and Austin Harris all said they support a more lenient approach when it comes to cannabis.
Petty crime, traffic and jobs for Caymanians were among the big talking points as the three Prospect candidates faced off in the latest pre-election debate.
In an interview from his hospital bed, political candidate Matthew Leslie sought to address an unfolding social media saga about his private life and confirmed he will stay in the race for the May general election. Mr. Leslie became the center of attention last week after his wife went public with allegations of infidelity that were seized on by opponents as signs that he was unfit for office.
A record 63 candidates will contest the Cayman Islands general election on May 24 after a frantic day of nominations across the country generated some surprises.
Matthew Leslie is an independent candidate for Prospect.
Filipino boxing legend and politician Manny Pacquiao flies into Grand Cayman on Friday afternoon for a whirlwind tour of the islands.
Manny Pacquiao, the boxing legend, politician and most famous man in the Philippines, is coming to the Cayman Islands in January to host the Island Rumble boxing event.
A Cayman Airways plane packed with 20,000 pounds of goods donated by the people of Cayman arrived Sunday in hurricane-ravaged Haiti.
In 72 hours, more than 3,000 people in Cayman donated enough baby supplies, food, clothes, medicines and other necessities to fill the warehouse at Cayman Islands Brewery. On Tuesday, those supplies will be loaded on a Cayman Airways plane and flown to Haiti to help the country where at least 500 died in Hurricane Matthew.
Volunteers in Cayman spent Thursday unloading and sorting donations bound for Haiti and Cuba at the Saxon office on Eastern Avenue in George Town.