Man to seek redress from Czech prison hell | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News


A former Bermuda resident who was detained in a Czech prison for months over an alleged credit card debt in the Middle East is to take his case to the European Court of Human Rights. Alan Stevenson, who worked in IT at HSBC in Bermuda from the mid to late 2000s, said he had fallen victim to “abuse” of international police agency Interpol’s arrest-warrant system over a debt with the Qatar National Bank he had not incurred.Radha Stirling, Mr Stevenson’s lawyer and the founder and chief execut
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Judge favours family in HSBC loan dispute | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

The potential sale of a family home has been halted after the Court of Appeal found a bank had not done enough to protect its owners.HSBC Bermuda had sought to sell the Warwick home, which was put up by father and son Keith James and Keimon Lawrence as collateral so […]