Scandal in Judiciary: Lee Shim to Stay in London

8 years, 10 months ago - July 22, 2013
The businessman announced Thursday that he would return in Mauritius on Monday, but the bloodhounds of the CCID will have to wait before questioning. Jean-Michel Shim Lee changed his mind at the last minute. He made it clear, through its representative in communication Mediatalks Ltd, he could not go to Mauritius on Monday because he has not yet completed its activities in Britain.

The statement mentioned: "Please be Informed Abebooks web Have Been requested by our client, Mr. Jean-Michel Lee Shim, to inform you That he still unfinished HAS {sic} to expect in the UK. Henceforth, He Will not be, as Previously Announced, on the flight from London to Mauritius scheduled for Monday 22 July 2013. "

The sleuths of the Central Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) waiting Jean-Michel Lee Shim after the collapse of the case of e-mails that taints the judiciary. Paul Foo Kune, director of Play On Line Ltd, had recorded a statement to CCID, July 11, to reveal the contents of several e-mails incriminating.

Six arrests were made so far: Krishnadatt Jory and Rajendranath Isuri hitherto two secretaries judge, lawyer Noor Hussenee, Roshan Rajroop the attorney, accountant and director of Sports Data Feed Ltd, Sahadeo Ramjeet and Bhimadevi Bhikajee, Supervisor at SMS Ltd Pariaz. They are accused of having conspired to influence the judicial process of the Supreme Court in civil proceedings Sport Data Feed Ltd v / s Play On Line Ltd..

The name of the attorney Preetam Chuttoo was quoted by the accounting Sahadeo Ramjeet arrested and remain in detention. In his statement to CCID, it explained that "it is admitted Chuttoo ki pe defan Sports Data Feed Ltd., line jealous Kifer confessed in exchange and new services in retaining confessed Roshan Rajroop. Chuttoo ine leak information ek Roshi power to new di wrong. "

It was learned that the attorney Chuttoo should leave the country on Sunday for a business trip. He intends to return on July 28. That's when he called by the CCID to clarify some details with allegations of Sahadeo Ramjeet. Following the statements of the arrested suspects should have been Saturday, but because of the unavailability of lawyers, the exercise has been postponed to the beginning of the week. The CCID has opened an investigation to determine how Paul Foo Kune obtained the incriminating e-mails from the mailbox Jean-Michel Lee Shim.

The six suspects appeared Friday before the Bail and Remand Court (BRC), on motion of counsel for their release. The Court will decide Tuesday the fate of accounting Sahadeo Ramjeet and confessed Rajroop Roshan, while Noor Hussenee, Bhimadevi Bhikajee Krishnadatt Jory and postponed their motion for next week. As for the motion Rajendranath Isuri, it will continue on Thursday.

Paul Foo Kune left Mauritius with his lawyer, Mr. Roshi Badhain during the week to fly to Britain. Intends to file a complaint against Jean-Michel Lee Shim for attempted bribery.

Tuyau speaks of "visits" Shim Lee at his office

The commissioner of police who asked that the Tuyau case be referred to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ICAC). Several reasons for this approach. First, no one from the police want to know if there was corruption offenses. Secondly, the fact that the police are investigating a senior could be criticized. Finally, there is the perception that the chief inspector Tuyau, which leads a legal fight to allow police to unionize is not on good terms with the hierarchy.

Note that four e-mails, on 12 handed over to police, concern the chief inspector, who returned to the country on July 18. One evokes medical treatments and dates of appointment to a close police. You can read about one of them, sent by Jean-Michel Lee Shim: "[...] just leave a copy of your air ticket to [...] Tell her it is on my Behalf. She knows nothing. I Have Already Given instruction as Academic Council under me. Tell Dad everything is confirmed {...} Hotel five minutes walk 1from hospital booked already. I have booked separate single room for you. Is that ok? If you prefer to be in a twin room with Dad, please let me know. God bless Cheers. Michel ".

Hector Tuyau rejected these allegations. He said he had "done all costs" and that he had "received no favor." Recalling already have "arrested" the bookie in the past, however, revealed the Daily Challenge Jean-Michel Lee Shim "came" to see several times in the office. Note that in e-mails, it is stated that Hector Tuyau and daughter stayed at the Lyon Sud for 15 days and it cost Rs 48,000.

The special argument - Messaging hacked

Box hacked email would it be a good defense in the case that has shaken the judiciary? At least two of the six suspects arrested waved this "defense". Krishnadatt Jory, former Secretary of Justice Abdurrafeek Hamuth is one of them. "I do not agree that I am the author of these mails. They were hacked, "he told investigators, but said not" know Lee Shim, "but had" heard the Chuttoo confessed that it was his client. "

Another suspect to have raised the mailbox is hacked lawyer Noor Hussenee. A few minutes before his arrest Saturday, July 13, he told The Sunday-The Weekly: "We hacked into my e-mail box. I have no access. This case is fabricated. It set me up. " He spoke the same argument to the police. Note that Jean-Michel Lee Shim argues, too, that his email was hacked. Police awaits his return to the country forward against. All those arrested maintain their innocence in this case. 

 

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