The fraud case involving Carlos Hill, the former boss of Cash Plus Limited, the unregulated investment scheme that went bankrupt in 2008 has reportedly fallen apart.

Hill was charged with fraudulently inducing persons to invest in the failed investment club which saw depositors reportedly lose over US$100 million.

According to The Gleaner, Prosecutor Addley Duncan a short while ago told Justice Chester Stamp that the prosecution was offering no evidence against Hill.

The judge then ordered the jurors to return a verdict of not guilty.

Thousands of individuals who were expected to provide statements failed to do so,  according to Duncan. 

Duncan also reportedly stated “I have looked at the case and decided that based on the evidence that we have, we cannot prove the case against him.”

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The fraud case involving Carlos Hill, the former boss of Cash Plus Limited, the unregulated investment scheme that went bankrupt in 2008 has reportedly fallen apart.Hill was charged with fraudulently inducing persons to invest in the failed investment club which saw depositors reportedly lose over US$100 million.According to The Gleaner, Prosecutor Addley Duncan...

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