He arrived at the premises of the Central Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) around 8hr30 Wednesday morning September 4th to come out more than six hours later. The Executive Chairman of The Sentinel, Philip A. Forget, had expected to be asked about the case of joint accounts of his subordinates old Michele Tsang Pin and Patricia Smith. It was not accompanied by any lawyer. However, shortly after his departure, Pierre-Guy Noël, the Group Executive Director of the MCB came to CCID accompanied by his lawyer, Mr. Maxime Sauzier.
This development comes after the interrogation of the Director of Human Resources MCB Eddy Jolicoeur yesterday. He had mostly been questioned on the disciplinary committee set against Michele Tsang Pin and which led to the dismissal of the latter. Having explained the presence of the lawyer Desvaux Angélique de Marigny, the Director of Human Resources MCB was able to return home.
To recap, Michele Tsang Pin accuses Philippe A. Forget, as well as other members of the top management of the MCB to have prevented access to three accounts it held with Patricia Smith, the death of the latter in August 2011. She also says she was thanked after being "forced" to share nearly Rs 2.5 million contained in two fixed deposits with the niece of his late friend. The suspects heard so far, namely Roxane Potié Dominique Unienville and Roselyne Lebrasse Rivet, were charged with conspiracy.