Confirmed: CCJ delivers landmark ruling in favour of Shanique Myrie





The Caribbean Court of Justice delivered a landmark judgment today awarding Jamaica’s Shanique Myrie B$75,000 (J$3.6 million) damages to be paid by the State of Barbados. The CCJ in a media release says that it found Myrie to have been wrongfully denied entry into Barbados, subjected to a humiliating cavity search and unlawfully detained overnight in a cell and expelled from Barbados. A copy of the media release from the CCJ can be viewed above and/or downloaded in Pdf format.



  
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Carol Johnson 04/10/2013 23:38:14
she finally got justice
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Victor Fearon 04/10/2013 22:45:04
Yes, I knew she'd be vindicated I told you this. Long ago .
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