News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2019: Here are the top news making headlines from the Caribbean and Latin America for this Wednesday morning July 24, 2019:
Caribbean born U.S. Marine veteran Roman Sabal has been denied entry to the U.S. for his citizenship application based on a deportation order he did not know of.
Former Petty Officer, Jamaican American Camesha Walters, will have to serve jail time for stealing nearly US$140,000 from the federal government by claiming her husband lived in NYC.
Pretrial hearings in the case of Amber Guyger, who allegedly murdered St. Lucia immigrant Botham Jean, is set to begin on Aug. 9th.
The UN General Assembly has elected two Caribbean judges to serve as half-time judges on the United Nations Dispute Tribunal.
A Puerto Rico judge has issued search warrants in the investigation into Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and 11 of his aides as protests continue over the “chatgate” controversy.
More than 100 kilos of cocaine were found in two large suitcases in the baggage storage area at ANR Robinson International Airport, Tobago on Sunday. The suitcases were destined for JFK.
The Donald Trump administration is introducing a new fast-track deportation process that will bypass immigration courts.
Juan Carlos Márquez, a former executive at Venezuela’s state-run oil company PDVSA, who had denied allegations of money-laundering, has been found dead.
And a 26-year-old man in the Bahamas has been charged with the murder of his 52-year-old mother whose body was found in the trunk of a car last week in Freeport.