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PostSubject: Evans, Martin allege Net News arrears   Thu Jun 05, 2008 9:41 am

The lates is all about the wrong things here now.....

The "Evans, Martin allege Net News arrears" where do we go with this ?

Former Cayman Net News staffers Lyndon Martin and John Evans, part of a comprehensive probe into local police corruption, have filed separate actions against the publishing company, claiming unfair dismissal and non-payment of benefits.

Mr Martin, who filed a formal complaint with the Department of Employment Relations (DER) on 20 May, said his dismissal from the newspaper company had been flawed and that the newspaper publishing company owed him various, unspecified sums for severance, vacation, his termination period and public holidays.

Mr Evans, who registered his complaint with the department on 17 April, claims unfair dismissal, severance, overtime and “loss of earnings caused by failure to honour an agreement for part-time employment” following his 15 April departure from the company.

A nine-member team from London’s Metropolitan Police questioned both men after a 3 September entry into the office of Net News publisher Desmond Seales, in which they sought evidence of an alleged “corrupt relationship” between Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) Deputy Commissioner Anthony Ennis and Mr Seales.

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