Trinidad & Tobago Attorney General Denies Knowledge of Family Connection In Cannabis Business

Trinidad & Tobago Attorney General Denies Knowledge of Family Connection In Cannabis Business

A great Investigative piece by the Trinidad & Tobago Guardian who have come across a cannabis connection to the country’s Attorney General, Faris Al-Rawi, who’s response so far, is. “My wife has a large fam­i­ly and they are in­volved in var­i­ous busi­ness­es. I knew noth­ing of this.” We’ll start with a post on Former Minister Devant Maharaj’s facebook page The comments are expecially revealing. Even if it is just an apparel company, in our book this still looks somewhat fishy. Plenty more comments here     Here’s the full report.. “I knew noth­ing.” At­tor­ney Gen­er­al Faris Al-Rawi yes­ter­day said he was in the dark about months-old com­pa­ny West In­di­an Cannabis Com­pa­ny Lim­it­ed, a re­tail firm whose di­rec­tor is fam­i­ly to his wife. So­cial me­dia was busy yes­ter­day shar­ing a high­light­ed copy of the com­pa­ny reg­is­tra­tion doc­u­ments. Large red cir­cles high­light­ed that one of the di­rec­tors had the same sur­name of Al-Rawi’s wife. How­ev­er, the own­er of the West In­di­an Cannabis Com­pa­ny Ltd (Wican­na­co), Christo­pher Moses, yes­ter­day de­nied his com­pa­ny had any­thing to do with mar­i­jua­na, de­spite its com­pa­ny name and the brand­ing on its cloth­ing. Moses is mar­ried to Jen­na Marie Na­hous—who is al­so list­ed as a di­rec­tor—who is re­lat­ed…

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