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CUBAN LIGHT BULB TRIAL: Case postponed again
2013-10-14 11:28:07 | (0 Comments)
Livern Barrett, Gleaner Writer
The corruption trial of former Junior Energy Minister, Kern Spencer, has again been pushed back.
This is the third postponement in the last two weeks for the nearly five-year-old case.
The trial is scheduled to resume next Tuesday.
The trial was adjourned because Spencer's attorney Deborah Martin is involved in another case before the Supreme Court.
Spencer and his former personal assistant Colleen Wright are on trial for money laundering and illicit enrichment arising from the implementation of the Cuban light bulb programme.
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