Duo Gets $20K Bail for Abetment to Murder

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Updated: January 22, 2016

Two Belizeans, Lisburn Anderson and Ian Skeen, who were charged along with their boss, Bradley Paumen with abetment to commit murder and were remanded into custody, were released today on bail of $20,000 each. The bail was offered to them by Justice Antonette Moore on the conditions that they surrender all their travel documents, that they report to the police station twice per week, that they attend court on every adjourned date and that they do not interfere with the witness or witnesses involved in the case. Anderson was represented by attorney Dickie Bradley while Skeen was represented by attorney Oswald Twist. Crown Counsel Sheneiza Smith represented the Crown.