3 St. Thomas Hospital Executives Found Guilty On All 44 Corruption Charges
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — St. Thomas jurors took less than a day to find three former Schneider Hospital executives guilty of 44 criminal charges, including racketeering and embezzlement of more than $3 million.
In the long-awaited retrial of Rodney Miller, Sr., Amos Carty, Jr. and Peter Najawicz were found guilty of all counts in a Superior Court trial that took place over nearly six weeks.
“I am in awe of the work that you have done,” Virgin Islands Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston told jurors on Thursday. “The community owes you a debt of gratitude.”
Sentencing for the three men is set for December 13. Dunstan allowed each man to remain free pending sentencing.
Attorney General Denise George thanked prosecutors for their work on this “very, very important case.”
To hear Attorney General George’s full statement, please click on the video below: