Jacqui Quinn has given notice that she will be challenging the charges which were bright against her in the bus conversion case, calling it malicious prosecution.
“I am hurt, I am hurt by what this government has done to me,” Quinn said Tuesday after High Court Judge Justice Colin Williams returned a formal verdict of ‘not guilty’ in the corruption scandal which also involved former UPP ministers Harold Lovell and Wilmoth Daniel.
“Seven year of my life, my reputation has been sullied and I am going to put this government on notice that I am going to challenge this because this is malicious prosecution that has happened, that has dragged on for all these years in order to bring down the leadership of the United Progressive Party — Mr. Harold Lovell.
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