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Que Pasa charged with money laundering

Que Pasa charged with money laundering

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Antonio “Que Pasa” Gellizeau appeared before the Serious Offences Court on Monday, December 22nd, 2008, to answer charges of money laundering.{{more}}

Gellizeau pleaded not guilty to transferring and bringing into St Vincent and Grenadines US $1,733,463, which in whole or in part directly or indirectly represents proceeds of criminal conduct.

He was also charged with concealing on the yacht Jotobin US$1,733,463, which in whole or in part directly or indirectly represents proceeds of criminal conduct.

Chief Magistrate Sonya Young granted him bail of $100,000 with two sureties. He has to surrender all travel documents and report to the Vermont Police station on Mondays between 6 a.m – 6 p.m. Gellizeau was also asked not to have contact with any of the witnesses in the case when they are made known to him and his Lawyer.

Two other persons were jointly charged earlier this year in connection with the large quantity of money, which was discovered on April 4, 2008, at Calliaqua.

Winston Robertson, 65, retired sailor, of Bermuda, and Kenneth Andrews, 38, seaman, of Trinidad and Tobago, were arrested and charged on April 8, 2008, on two counts of money laundering. Both men were denied bail.

The matter was adjourned to March 11th, 12th, and13th, 2009.

Lawyer Kay Bacchus-Browne represented Gellizeau.

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