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“There should be some sort of sharing, there should be something,” Magistrate Douglas Frederick said after he was told that Allisteir Hakeam Stephen Mighty had been recruited by a group, who used the promise of money, in exchange for committing acts of credit card fraud in Barbados.

“Immigration will have to work on that. I didn’t know that this thing was so widespread that they would send somebody with credit cards. It is in the public’s interest to have this thing sorted out,” he added.

Mighty, a 25-year-old self-employed man, of Portmore Villas, Gregory Park, St Catherine, Jamaica, was in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court yesterday . . . (HLE)

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