Michael Misick’s brother charged in Turks & Caicos

| 01/12/2011

Chal Misick.JPG(fptci): Former Premier Michael Misick’s brother, Chal Misick, is among at least a dozen people charged so far with various offenses including bribery, money laundering and conspiracy to defraud the Turks and Caicos Islands government, according to the Special Investigation Prosecution Team. A number of those charged are expected to appear in court Dec. 6 when their names and charges will be revealed. The prosecution team has said it will not identify people charged until their first appearance in court. Chal Misick, a lawyer who handled a number of various transactions for his brother, was charged Nov. 29 with money laundering and appeared Nov. 30 in magistrate’s court on Providenciales. 

His bail had not been determined at press time.

Former government Minister Lillian Boyce has confirmed that she has been charged with conspiracy to defraud the government in a land deal on North West Point. And the SIPT has confirmed that Seven Stars developer Jak Civre has been charged with bribery and granted a multimillion dollar bail in court.

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  1. T.L. Haranguer says:

    People who steal from the people should get a little premiun extra time in Jail,

  2. Anonymous says:

    Yep – it is coming soon, just wait for it, wait for it, wait for it……….

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is very serious with far reaching implications, one only have to google a certain name with Cayman connections and connect the dots.  Caymanians should be concerned about any arrests being made in TCI, Cayman could be next on the UK's list.   

  4. Church Hound says:

    Every Caymanian should get as liquid as they can and as fast as they can because this country has been led down the road to despair all at the hands of the UDP Govt.  

    • Pit Bull says:

      I am very glad that I have somewhere else to go when it all goes horribly wrong.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Wake up this is just signs of the times and things to come in Cayman it's called the dominio effect, pull on and the entire game folds. Cayman soon come, soon come, it will catch up to you sooner or later.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Good job he was arrested in Movember or there could be even more sarcastic comments here.


  7. Judean Peoples Front says:

    CNS ….. Any progress of the 'WTF?' Button?


  8. Anonymous says:

    This is in response to 17:01.  YOU MORAN HAVE YOU LISTEND TO YOUR STUPID COMMENT, WHAT HAS GOD HAS TO DO WITH CORRUPTION.  GOD is a just God and not an author of confusion.  Please do not blaspheme in the face of God.

    CNS please edit these types of responses. Do not publish such.  God does not apologise to any one.  He is our maker, our prince of peace, the everlasting father.

    • Bring on the banjoes says:

      “Moran”… good one!!! “Listend”… Priceless!

    • Just Wonderin' says:

      1) God made everything.

      2) There is confusion.

      3) Does that not mean logically that God has to be the author of confusion?

      Just wondering . . .


  9. Knot S Smart says:

    He looks guilty in this photo!

  10. Anonymous says:

    How soon will the UK send them to Cayman. Is there a roster handy?!
    If the UK does not send their Investigative team to the Cayman Islands government to deal with these Disappointments we have on our hands:-



    No bull!

    • Anonymous says:

      The Uk team already came here and made a fool of themselves, losing every case they started. I don't think we will see them for a while in Cayman.

      • Caymanian & Used to be proud of it. says:

        This is only another in the saga of the Misick regime in TCI.  Caymanians, beware.  The UDP Regime is rapidly dragging us down the same garden path.  There are only a couple people in the UDP government that are fine men, but they need to beware of the paint and brush that is painting the others, as you are bound to get splattered by the same color that is painting the other members of this dictatorship we have put ourselves in.  Like I have warned numerous times, anyone who knew the Misick family and remembers who was at the swearing-in of the Cayman Islands' premier, should see now who has been advising our own premier.  I guess the Misick regime of TCI has proved to be perfect role models for the UDP regime of the Cayman Islands.  We are all at themercy of a dictator and his minions.  The majority is literally ruled by this XXXXX and the couple of good men will be dragged down with him, if they are not careful.


    • Anonymous says:

      Could we have an “I’d like to respond but I don’t understand” button, please?

      And it’s Bellingham