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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Board of Elections minority caucus has formally requested the legal representation and services of Attorney General Claude Earl Walker to protect the integrity of this year’s election. The formal request by the Republicans came from minority caucus leader Jevon O.A. Williams. It follows last

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — V.I. Board of Elections member Robert “Max” Schanfarber, R-Thomas, sent the following correspondence to fellow members and Supervisor of Elections Caroline Fawkes in response to the creation of district committees under the Board of Elections at today’s meeting: “Upon examination, I want to clarify that I am

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Not only did Arturo Watlington call an illegitimate and illegal Board of Elections meeting in which to nobody’s surprise he was elected chairman, but games were played to keep Minority Caucus Leader Jevon O.A. Williams from participating, voting and objecting to irregularities. The conferencing connection used by

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Democrat majority on the V.I. Board of Elections pushed through a measure today at the newly-formed board’s first meeting that creates committees in each election district. The move, which came at the end of a meeting the Republican Minority Caucus accused of being illegitimate and unlawful, could put

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE: Arturo Watlington had no authority to call or preside over today’s purported meeting of the Board of Elections. Here are the facts: FACT: Watlington was secretary, not chairman of the now-former Board of Elections. There is no provision of V.I. law allowing the secretary to act as chairman

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CHRISTIANSTED — Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude Earl Walker issued a binding legal opinion Monday after Board of Elections Minority Leader Jevon O.A. Williams requested an emergency legal opinion ahead of its first meeting this morning. Walker’s legal opinion clarified the new, territory-wide Board of Elections must “revisit all decisions”

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CHRISTIANSTED — Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude Walker has been asked to give an emergency legal opinion ahead of Tuesday’s Board of Elections meeting. Board of Elections member Jevon Williams, the Minority Caucus leader, requested the emergency legal opinion in light of the Supreme Court’s ruling that the defunct district

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SENTENCED TODAY TO 15 YEARS IN PRISON: SHAKIEME “LIL SHAK” FREEMAN OF ST. THOMAS CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A St. Thomas man was sentenced today to 15 years in prison after being caught with an illegal handgun during a special police operation, authorities said. Following a one-day trial in February, a

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The last of three men who confessed to killing another man during a robbery almost five years ago has been punished for that criminal act, authorities said. Josiah Hodge, 24, of Murphy Gade faced 13 charges – one count each of conspiracy to commit robbery, first-degree murder,

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CITRUS COUNTY DETENTION FACILITY IN LECANTO, FLORIDA: The Virgin Islands Parole Board says that it is traveling here on June 8, 2018. CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Parole Board said that it will hear testimony from inmates incarcerated at various penal institutions from here to the U.S. mainland beginning

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