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VEGA AGAIN

Barrow - Can’t Touch This

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MONTERO:

IT WASN’T ME Pg. 2

THE HEREDIA/ HARMOUCHE CONNECTION REVEALED Pg. 3

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PUP LOVE IN PORT LOYOLA See Centerfold

SUSPECTED CHILD KILLERS REMANDED – BAIL DENIED!

TINGS DREAD UNDAH DIH RED


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Thursday, 13 July 2017 As we go to press, the People’s United Party is announcing that it will hold a press conference early next week to reveal yet another shocking scandal out of the Ministry of Natural Resources involving former Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega and members of his immediate family. But even as that land scandal exposing the corruption and greed of the Vega family and the former Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega threatens to explode, Prime Minister Dean Barrow has said nothing and it is a certainty based on precedence that he will say nothing. As it has done in every instance, the evidence speaks for itself – but while the evidence speaks, the Prime Minister has refused to listen. The Belize Times has obtained files from the Ministry of Natural Resources leaked to us by high-level sources. Those files contain documents which chronicle a repulsive land-grabbing scheme facilitated by Gaspar Vega as Minister to place hundreds of acres into the hands of close family members. As we go to press, we have barely started to skim the black and white evidence and already what is occurring – AGAIN – is very clear. As he did to appropriate 1600 acres of prime land in Carmelita for himself, Gaspar Vega is at the center of the scandal. It is simple and easy to follow, and there was no attempt to hide it. In a nutshell – this is how it works. A prime parcel of national land is identified. It is parcelled out and certain select persons are instructed to apply for the parcels. These persons apply to lease the land, and that is approved by Gaspar Vega almost instantly. They then apply to purchase the land – another instant approval by Vega – for a pittance. And then with title in hand they then turn around and transfer that land to one of the Vegas. In the 1600-acre debacle, the land was granted in 25-acre parcels by Gapi Vega to well-known UDP affiliates in his camp. They were then immediately transferred to Gaspar’s brother German and to his wife Marlene, and then it clearly made its way back to Gaspar because that 1600 acres is now his private ranch in Carmelita. It is an outright land-grab and blatant corruption, but the Prime Minister has never acknowledged it, as if it does not exist if he does not acknowledge it. In this new scandal, the prize is 400 acres of prime riverside property but the hustle is the same. A small group of persons including Ramon Banos, Roni Banos, Miguel Padia, Miriam Merida and Miriam Banos (all from the same address) applied for 40 acre parcels of land in the Spanish Creek area. They applied for permission to lease and received it almost instantly. They then turned around and applied for permission to purchase – again instantly approved by Gaspar Vega. And then, they all immediately transferred their 40 acre parcels to the brother of Gaspar Vega – Eduardo Vega and his wife Alma. And all these transactions, from application to lease to deed of conveyance to Eduardo Vega and his wife, happened in a matter of days with the facilitation of then Minister of Natural Resources Gaspar Vega. Again, we point out that this is only the tip of the iceberg and over the next weeks we will chronicle this corruption in detail. Just from skimming the documents we have in hand, we also see where Gaspar Vega’s brother managed to get title for a large Caye using the same hustle with ministerial facilitation. Hustling and corruption in the Vega family is nothing new. But the question has to be why Prime Minister Dean Barrow has been unable or unwilling to sanction his former Deputy and good friend. Readers will recall in October 2016 when another land scam – this time a compensation hustle – broke. Dressed all in black, Prime Minister Barrow appeared close to tears as he announced the resignation of Vega from Cabinet. He was apologetic when speaking about the effect on Vega and on his family. It was nauseating. But the Prime Minister has NEVER apologized to the Belizean people for the money which has gone missing from public coffers as a result of the corruption in the Ministry of Natural Resources. The question Belizeans are now asking is why Barrow has been so quiet and toothless where Vega is concerned. IN this instance, that is the multi-million dollar question.

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IT WASN’T ME

Thursday, 13 July 2017 UDP Minister Rene Montero went before the Senate Select Committee on Wednesday to tell them that he wasn’t trying to order the Immigration Officers to do anything unethical or illegal. His letters of recommendation are very different from those of his colleagues who insist that they are only making “good suggestions”. His letter of recommendation for nationality resembles an order from a Minister of Government to a subordinate in the public service, but when that was put to him he completely disagreed with the Senators, not surprisingly. Readers are very much aware of the UDP party line that all these ministers of government have regurgitated when confronted with tough questions from the press. Their letters of recommendation for applicants seeking visas, passports and nationality are simply requests for consideration on that person’s behalf. They have insisted that letters usually ended with words to the effect of “if all is in order”, or “if the applicant qualifies.” The UDP Ministers would have you believe that with the inclusion of these simple clauses, immigration officers are being offered the choice to completely disregard their letters of recommendation if an applicant does not qualify. In these Senate hearings, it has been clearly established, by immigration officers who have testified, that in many instances, it doesn’t matter whether an applicant qualifies. A recommendation letter from a Minister meant complete disregard for procedures and protocol. On January 9, 2012, a few weeks before the 2012 General Elections, Montero sent a letter to the former Immigration Director, Ruth Meighan, directing her to “please facilitate me with the following nationality for the ceremonies to be held on the 13th January 2012: 26536, 26537, 26543, 27020, 23414, 22999 and 30743.” Obviously, Montero is completely exposed here, since there is no “if the applicant qualifies”. It lends credibility to the suspicion that UDP Ministers were throwing their weight around as part of the political directorate to get Belizean documents for people who did not qualify. So, when he was asked about it by the Senators, he launched into an almost unbelievable explanation by defining the words “please facilitate”. Listen to how he explained it. In the view of the entire nation, he said, “Please means basically to ask someone to consider my request and it is essentially asking a question, it is not a command and it is not stated that they must consider my request and to facilitate means just asking for an assistance for these nationality documents.” From his perspective, he was well within his rights to request that the Former Immigration Director “facilitate” the nationality for the 7 applicants. He sees nothing wrong with that letter he sent. When he was asked why he even got involved on behalf of these 7 applicants, he claims that the Immigration Department called his of-

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2017 fice to inform him that the nationalities for several of his constituents was ready. He said that he was told, “If I write a letter requesting for these nationalities, that it would have been processed.” The next big problem that Montero had when sending this letter is that he was recommending 2 of Manuel Heredia’s favourite people from San Pedro, the Harmouches. When he was confronted with that fact, he quickly asserted, “I maintain that I do not know the Harmouche, I never met them, never dealt with them, I have never done any dealing with them directly or indirectly, I have never received any considerations from them, I don't know them period.” Still, he recommended these people, and his explanation is that the Immigration officer who called was the one who gave him only nationality application numbers. There were no names attached, and that he trusted that the application files being referenced were for his constituents. He was asked why he didn’t check, and how comes he ended up recommending people he didn’t know. His explanation was that he trusted that the Immigration Officer was providing reliable information. He also added, “Maybe it was a mistake from immigration that they sent the 2 BNA numbers from the Harmouche, who can tell? I don’t know it was only BNA numbers we were dealing with, not dealing with names so it could have been a mistake from immigration.” All in all, Montero was just doing a good deed, if you believe that. When asked about his many interventions in Immigration, he said, “The people requested assistance from my office and at that time I thought that it was very important for the family unit to keep together because once the family is together, there is less crime, there is more productivity; as simple as that."

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BELIZE CITCO UNRAVELS – CITY SUFFERS Thursday, 13 July 2017 As we go to press, Mayor Darrell Bradley continues to come under fire for his inability to publicly declare his intentions where the Mayoral seat is concerned. As the Belize Times told you two weeks ago, Bradley has informed insiders that he will not run for Mayor again, but has stopped short of making that decision official. We are told that Bradley has confided in friends that he is afraid to give up the bone for the shadow – meaning that if he gives up the Mayoral seat to go into Caribbean Shores where he will definitely be beaten by the PUP’s Kareem Musa, he would be a two-time loser with no Council to run back to and his political career would be for all intents and purposes over. While the temperamental and fussy Mayor makes up his mind, his relationship with Councillors has worsened to the point where there is almost

no communication between them. Both Dion Leslie and Phillip Willoughby have made no secret of their intentions to run for Mayor and the tension between them hasn’t made things at the Council any easier. It has actually spilled over to the airwaves where earlier this week a relative of Leslie accused Willoughby of spreading false rumours to discredit him, rumours that he is a Guatemalan. Willoughby has informed the nation that he has to consult with his teams of doctors to see if he is up to the job of running for Mayor because he recently underwent three major surgeries. It was an obvious attempt by the well-known drama queen to drum up sympathy, since credible sources in the Leslie camp told us that those ‘major surgeries’ were for tonsillitis, haemorrhoids and an ingrown toenail. But while the Mayor and Councillors quarrel like hormonal adolescents, the city contin-

03 3 in years. All the streets which were cemented have broken up. The many streets which the Mayor and Council did not touch are now nothing more than picado roads. The city floods every time there is any rain. The sidewalks are crumbling. The so-called tourism zone is filthy with tourists having to step over the homeless and mentally ill lying on the streets. There is uncollected garbage all over the city. And to top it all off, despite levying the most taxes and fees of any municipality and receiving more assistance from Central government than nay municipality, the Council is in dire financial straits. Former UDP Minister Santino Castillo had said once that it is easy to look good when you are spending money, but the real test is when the money is done and you have to pay it back. Darrell Bradley has failed that test. And his Councillors have done nothing but improve their own living conditions. But the people are watching, and elections are approaching.

ues to suffer from real and critical neglect. Darrell Bradley, once hailed as the golden boy (when he had just gotten money from the bond) went back to his law practice once the money ran out. Nobody in the city can point to one major, successful project undertaken by the Council

THE HEREDIA/HARMOUCHE CONNECTION REVEALED Thursday, 13 July 2017 After months of insisting that he was ready to face the Senate Select Committee, UDP’s Manuel Heredia Jr. finally had to answer questions about his rather “chummy” relationship with the Harmouche clan from San Pedro. In the Audit Report on Immigration irregularities, Heredia is called out for his role in nationality applications which were approved for Lebanese nationals from Ambergris Caye. All of them had the surname, “Harmouche” or “Harmouch”. In the section on Nationality, the Auditor General spends about 40 or so pages on the Lebanese nationals with that surname, and she determined that 11 of them got Belizean nationality just before the March 2012 General Elections. 38 of them got their first issue Belizean passports, or their first renewals between 2011 and 2013. A number of them got their nationalities, in a process helped along by Heredia’s intervention on their behalf. The Audit team also had specific concerns about what they called a “special connection between Khodr Harmouch, the Honorary Consul of Lebanon in Belize, and Hon. Manuel Heredia.” They saw letters in which the Lebanese diplomat asked for Heredia’s help for several members of the Harmouch/Harmouche family to get nationality. They saw a letter dated De-

cember 9, 2011, where Khodr Harmouch asked for Heredia’s help for Samir Harmouch’s citizenship application. Immigration Clerk Gertrude Armstrong wrote on the document that “Heredia requested Samir Harmouch’s nationality file sometime after December 9, 2011.” By January 2012, Samir Harmouch was granted Belize Nationality The audit team found another letter from Khodr Harmouch to Minister Heredia, in which he was requesting help for Ahmad Harmouche. That letter was dated December 8, 2011, and the audit team’s check says that by January 11, 2012, Heredia “requested the nationality file.” The audit team then looked into the nationality application of Ali Harmouch, his father Abdul Harmouch, and there were elements of it with which the Audit team was not satisfied. They noted their concerns about what they viewed as irregularities, and the fact that from their perspective, both men did not qualify. Yet, Abdul Harmouch’s application was another file that “was requested for processing by Manuel Heredia”. In her report Auditor General says, “We found in the Visa files for Lebanon that Khodr Harmouch’s Office issued Visas to many other persons with the name Harmouch. That situation appeared to be conflict of interest for the Honorary Consul of Belize in Tripoli, to ask a minister of government to intervene in the nationality process for persons who were apparently his family members, whether they had qualified for Beliz-

ean nationality or not.” Then, there was Ammar Harmouch, who - from the Auditor General’s perspective - did not meet the 5-year requirements for nationality, yet he was given Belizean Citizenship anyway. The minute sheet says that “his file was requested for processing by Minister Manuel Heredia”. The Nationality report then goes on to mention Hani Harmouch, whose application had irregularities from the audit team’s perspective, but again, “Minister Heredia requested Hani Harmouch’s nationality file”. There is also Ahmad Harmouche’s nationality application, and from the Audit team’s perspective, it was riddled with irregularities. Their checks say that “his nationality file was requested for processing by Minister Manuel Heredia”. There was also a second Ahmad Harmouch, whose application also had irregularities, and once again Heredia allegedly intervened on his behalf. Oussama Harmouch applied for nationality and he didn’t meet the 5-year requirement. There were other irregularities, but once again, he was granted nationality, with the assistance of Manuel Heredia, who intervened on his behalf. When the Senators asked him about all these Harmouche/Harmouch applicants he helped, Heredia bristled at the suggestion that he was giving them special attention. Interestingly, it doesn’t seem as though Heredia is able to differentiate among the many Harmouche family members on San

Pedro. When he was confronted with the exact names of the persons he assisted, he said, “For the first names, even the ones I meet regularly, the first names, it's difficult to remember those ones but the last name, (Harmouch) yes.” He was very insistent that he never - ever - “requested any file for processing”, as the Auditor General claims. Readers will remember that the Auditor General is only quoting from the minute sheets for all these applications, the official documents that the Immigration Officers use to report on the status of each nationality file. Her team quoted the exact words that the immigration officers themselves used in the descriptions in the minute sheet. He claims that he would only “request information” about these applications to find out what the reasons were for any undue delays. Heredia said, “If there are irregularities in the application, that is not my job to check. It is the job of the officers in charge to check. If something was wrong, then they should have not qualified this person. I have never instructed and will not ever instruct anyone to say, look he does not qualify, we’ll go ahead and grant; I will never do with that.” He was also insistent on making the case that the Lebanese family Harmouches were not the only “constituents” that he helped. He claimed that he helped many others, and that it is an unfair characterization to suggest that he was partial to these Lebanese Belizeans.


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Questions to Ministers Would the Member for Queen Square and Prime Minister please confirm or deny credible reports that because GOB’s coffers are empty Cabinet has decided that pensions will now be taxable? Would the Member for Queen Square and Prime Minister please say why he has refused to allow an investigation into the corruption at the Ministry of Natural Resources under former Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega? Would the Member for Orange Walk North and former Minister of Natural Resources please say exactly how many parcels of land across the country he now owns? Could he say also how many parcels of land are now owned by his wife, children, brothers and their families, cousins, nieces, nephews and other cronies? Would the Member for Orange Walk North and former Minister of Natural Resources please say if he is not ashamed to be known as the biggest thief in the UDP Cabinet and in the history of politics in Belize? And while he’s doing that, could he also say when his son Andre will give back the $400,000 which was stolen from public coffers? Would the unelected Senator and current Minister of Natural Resources say how it feels to be a political puppet, forced to shut up even when the evidence of all the corruption in Lands is right before her eyes? Would the Member for Collet and Minister of Sports please confirm or deny reports that an audit of the National Sports Council has revealed serious financial discrepancies? Could he also confirm or deny reports that because of that missing money the winners of the Cross Country have not been able to collect their cash prizes? Would the Member for Belmopan and Minister of Defence please say why it appears that his Ministry is trying to cover up the case of the BDF uniforms and other military items which turned up in the hands of a Mexican? Not that she is all that important in the scheme of things, but would the Member for Albert and Minister of (sorry I don’t remember what she is Minister of) please provide a detailed accounting of the monies which went into those allegedly $30,000 plycem house frames which she recently handed out?

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2017

IF DAH NOH SOH!

Faye Lin… I’m not gonna say too much about this, except to say that I hope whoever hurt that little girl and finally killed her will die in agonizing pain. I’m also a little pissed because the hands of investigators are tied somewhat by a lack of forensic capabilities. We need to do better than that. Because our Prime Minister is a waste of space…what is it that Trevor Noah called President Trump’s son? A two-legged brain foreclosure…we’re just frigging screwed. Keystone Kop… Interviews are currently being done to fill the post of Commissioner of Police because it is now absolutely clear that position is vacant. I understand that one of the candidates is Babi the relationship specialist from Orange Walk. Then there’s this guy who’s always walking on Queen Street in a dress messing with people. Believe it or not, both men are considered vastly more suitable for the job than their predecessor. I mean, you couldn’t do much worse could you? Fun and joke aside, this man makes Keystone Kops look like Scotland Yard. The biggest case in the country happening right now, the top cop in a major press conference and he didn’t even know that the suspects in the murder were in custody. He didn’t know. Really. You know what…that’s all I’m gonna say about that. Really! So check this out. The Police and the BDF find this Mexican dude in a BDF uniform. They pick him up and he leads them to a house where there are about a hundred uniforms and boat engine parts. They detain him and then inexplicably release him. Five days after, the Commissioner of Police tells the media that they are still trying to determine if anything criminal happened because they don’t know shit. But he says the Ministry of Defence is doing their own investigation. The Ministry of Defence says they aren’t doing shit because they have to wait on a report from the Police. Remember the Commissioner (five days after) still can’t even figure out if something criminal happened – check back in 2018 maybe? In the meantime, BDF Major Jermaine Burns is implicated in this whole mess, along with Berisford Codd from the Ministry of Finance. They were sending texts to this Mexican while he was in Police custody. But the Police haven’t questioned Burns, and a source in the BDF says that they haven’t questioned Burns either. So explain to me what’s happening here again? Me personally…I think this is bigger than we suspect. If it was a simple matter of uniforms which were supposed to be destroyed but slipped through a crack, the BDF would have had no problem saying that. So why the coverup? Shenanigans… In Corozal it doesn’t get much better than that. Remember that young weird looking guy Blanco who was made CEO of the Corozal Free Zone for a second? Minister of State Campos’ concuño? Well he screwed up so bad in the second that he was CEO that he was sent packing by the CFZ Board – escorted out the building we hear. But hey, it’s not such a bad thing cause now the government is going to buy out this guy’s contract – we’re hearing for a couple hundred thousand – then they’re gonna replace him with Hilberto Campos who will resign as Mayor to take up that post. Campos will be replaced by Raul Rosado. We know that name is familiar. Rosado was the CEO of the Free Zone who was chased out because of corruption just the other day, right before Blanco. Let’s just say that he was caught using his connections in the Zone to further a certain enterprise of his own. And we’ll leave it at that. You see what’s happening here? What pisses me off most of all is that WE pay for all this. We pay! Tying the knot… I am so pleased and proud to take this opportunity to congratulate the soon to be Mr. & Mrs. Dr. Minister Pablo & Danini Marin. Just got word that the couple will be tying the knot this weekend in Placencia. I feel kinda like a proud parent cause I’ve taken a particular liking to Pablo since he bought a luxury SUV and insisted that it have heated seats. I mean, it takes a “special” guy to do that in Belize right? I’m thinking my invitation got misplaced in the mail because I can’t imagine them tying the knot without me there to give my blessing. Awww…love. I wonder how Erwin feels when Pablo calls him suegro. That has to be a lil weird. But with that said, I raise a toast to the happy couple. May the bulb of your love always burn brightly – and if it doesn’t, well at least there’ll be an electrician nearby to change it. Lmao… My personally bally JB was on a tour of Port Loyola this weekend with Gilroy Usher, going into all those areas Boots hasn’t seen in years, and some of those areas he’s afraid to go into. But that’s not the thing. Somebody who actually takes time to watch WAVE in the morning (one of the 7 persons) told me that they were showing this picture of JB walking on a sort of London Bridge in the division. According to these really retarded sorry specimens on the show, Gilroy built that London Bridge and put it there early the morning so that JB could take a picture on it to make the area look poor and neglected. My lerd. I honestly don’t even know what to say about that. I’ll pray for those guys.


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2017

THE BELIZE TIMES

EDITORIAL

Critical Systems Failure

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13-year-old is dead. She didn’t die in an accident. She wasn’t suffering from a terminal illness. She wasn’t a casualty of any natural disaster. It wasn’t her time. Faye Lin Cannon, a beautiful, intelligent child, died a terrible death at the hands of monsters. A post mortem examination has shown that she was beaten to death. Multiple ribs were broken and she had bruises on her body and a cut wound on her head. Somebody pressed so hard on her chest that the bone penetrated her heart. Faye Lin is dead because of the evil inside some of us. Residents of San Pedro claim that they reported the situation of Faye Lin and her three siblings to the pertinent authorities many times, and their concerns fell on deaf ears. They went to the Police. They went to the Human Development officer on the island. And nobody listened. Faye Lin Cannon is dead because the systems put in place to protect her did not. Those systems failed…and failed her. And frustration, grief and outrage aside, there is nothing which will bring her back. So very many of our systems are failing right now – systems put in place to protect us, to uplift us and to preserve our rights. Systems to ensure that each of us is guaranteed the protection of the law but none of us is above the law. Systems put in place to protect our money and national assets. Systems put in place to ensure that we Belizeans have equal access to opportunities and services. Systems put in place to ensure fair access to education and health. Systems put in place to ensure that we are not targeted, abused or victimized because of our political affiliation, or any affiliation. Systems put in place to ensure that we are taxed fairly, and our taxpayer dollars are spent responsibly and wisely. Systems put in place to provide us with transparency and accountability. Systems to provide swift and fair justice to all. Systems to guide a true democracy. ALL FAILED or FAILING. And the blame must be laid squarely on the shoulders of our chief policy and decision makers, the Cabinet. We have gotten to a point where there is absolutely no confidence in any of our systems – NONE – and with very good reason. The justice system is one of the most critical in any functional democracy. And in recent years we have seen that system neglected, manipulated, influenced or discarded by politicians at their convenience. We have seen some of our top-ranking Police officers give up their integrity without qualm at the behest of Ministers. Our Commissioner of Police is thought to be nothing more than a political puppet. That incestuous relationship between the Police and politicians has resulted in an entirely new set of laws for persons with political connections. There are many instances of persons breaking the law with impunity because the Police received instructions from their political masters. Just weeks ago the sons of Minister Edmond Castro assaulted two Police officers while they were being detained. Official Police documents show that both officers requested Court action yet the Castro brothers were allowed to walk out of the Police Station without charges. And the Commissioner of Police refuses to answer any questions about it. That is how broken our systems are. And then, too, we have seen outrageous abuse of the system to benefit politicians. Just recently the Police in San Ignacio were used to arrest vocal talk-show host Louis Wade who was all set to release an exposé chronicling corruption by the UDP Minister of Works. Wade was assaulted while shooting footage by the son of Minister Rene Montero, but Robert Montero was not arrested by Police. Instead, incredibly, Louis Wade was arrested and charged for assault even though he was the victim. The entire ‘investigative process’ was a farce and a travesty and the Magistrate wasted no time dispensing of it. But it should not have gotten to that point. It only did because the Officer Commanding San Ignacio is known to be a very close affiliate of UDP Minister Rene Montero. The system was used and manipulated to benefit a politician, when instead it should have guaranteed Louis Wade justice and it should have protected his rights. There is a frustration building which has been palpable for some time now. There is an anger building because it has become apparent that our systems only work for certain persons on certain occasions. It is now clear that when the poorest and most disadvantaged Belizeans need those systems to work, they do not. And as we saw in the case of Faye Lin Cannon, when our systems should protect those most at risk, they do not. We look around us and we see that poverty has not gone away. In fact, it is getting even more pervasive. We look around and realize that it is impossible for a normal Belizean to get a piece of the jewel. We look around and we see our children forced to drop out of school because dire poverty is real. We look around and we see our justice system failing us every single day. BUT we also look around and see the wealth and privilege of UDP Ministers growing. We see that they get what we do not. We see that they have what we do not. And we get angrier and angrier. We are at the point of critical systems failure. And at that point, something’s going to give. And it’s not going to be pretty or pleasant.

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ay una niña de13 años de edad que está muerta. Ella no murió en un accidente. Ella no estaba sufriendo de una enfermedad terminal. Ella no era una víctima de cualquier desastre natural. No era su hora. Faye Lin Cannon, una niña hermosa, inteligente, murió una muerte terrible a manos de monstruos. Una autopsia ha demostrado que fue golpeada hasta la muerte. Se le fracturaron varias costillas y tenía contusiones en su cuerpo y un corte a la cabeza. Alguien la presionó tan fuerte en el pecho que el hueso le penetró el corazón. Faye Lin está muerta por la maldad dentro de algunos de nosotros. Los residentes de San Pedro afirman que denunciaron la situación de Faye Lin y sus tres hermanos a las autoridades pertinentes muchas veces, y sus preocupaciones cayeron en oídos sordos. Fueron a la policía. Fueron al oficial de desarrollo humano en la isla. Y nadie escucho. Faye Lin Cannon está muerta porque los sistemas establecidos para protegerla no lo hicieron. Esos sistemas fallaron... le fallaron. Y frustración, dolor e indignación a un lado, no hay nada que la devuelva. Muchos sistemas nos están fallando ahora mismo – sistemas instituidos para protegernos, para elevar y preservar nuestros derechos. Los sistemas para asegurar de que cada uno de nosotros tengamos garantizado la protección de la ley, pero que nadie esté por encima de la ley. Sistemas para proteger nuestro dinero y bienes nacionales. Sistemas para asegurar de que todo Beliceño tenga igual acceso a oportunidades y servicios. Sistemas para garantizar un acceso equitativo a la educación y salud. Sistemas ya constituidos para asegurar de que no estemos marcados, abusados ni seamos víctimas a causa de nuestra afiliación política, ni de cualquier afiliación. Sistemas ya instaurados para garantizar una fiscalidad justa, y que los impuestos de los contribuyentes se gasten con responsabilidad y prudencia. Sistemas ya establecidos que nos proporcionan transparencia y rendición de cuentas. Sistemas para proporcionar la justicia rápida y justa a todos. Sistemas para guiar una verdadera democracia. TODOS fallaron o están fallando. Y la culpa debe colocarse directamente sobre los hombros de las personas principales encargadas de formular políticas y adoptar decisiones, el Gabinete. Hemos llegado a un punto donde no hay absolutamente ninguna confianza en cualquiera de nuestros sistemas – ninguna – y con muy buena razón. El sistema judicial es uno de los más críticos en cualquier democracia funcional. Y en los últimos años hemos visto que este sistema se ha descuidado, manipulado, influenciado o desechado por los políticos a su conveniencia. Hemos visto como algunos de nuestros oficiales de policía de alto rango abandonan su integridad sin reparo a instancias de los ministros. El Comisionado de Policía se le considera nada más que un títere político. Esa relación incestuosa entre la policía y los políticos ha resultado en un conjunto de leyes totalmente nuevas para las personas con conexiones políticas. Hay muchos casos de personas violando la ley impunemente porque la policía recibió instrucciones de sus amos políticos. Hace unas semanas que los hijos del Ministro Edmond Castro agredieron a dos policías mientras que fueron detenidos. Documentos oficiales de la policía muestran que ambos oficiales solicitaron acción judicial, sin embargo a los hermanos Castro se les permitió salir de la comisaría sin cargos. Y el Comisario de la Policía se niega a responder preguntas sobre esto. Así es cuan roto están estos sistemas. Y luego, también hemos visto abuso indignante del sistema en beneficio de los políticos. Recientemente la policía de San Ignacio fue utilizada para detener a un anfitrión de un show matutino por radio muy vocal, Louis Wade, quien estaba listo para lanzar el reportaje de una crónica escandalosa de corrupción por el Ministro UDP de Obras Públicas. Wade fue agredido durante la grabación de imágenes por el hijo del Ministro René Montero, pero Roberto Montero no fue detenido por la policía. Al contrario, increíblemente, Louis Wade fue detenido y acusado por agresión a pesar de que él fue víctima. Todo el 'proceso de investigación' fue una farsa y una burla y el magistrado lo absolvió sin pérdida de tiempo. Pero no debió haber llegado a ese punto. Sólo fue así porque el oficial al mando de San Ignacio lo conocen de ser una filial muy cercana del Ministro UDP René Montero. El sistema fue utilizado y manipulado para beneficio de un político, cuando en su lugar debió garantizar justicia a Louis Wade y debería haber protegido sus derechos. Hay una frustración creciente que ha sido evidente desde hace algún tiempo. Hay una ira creciente porque se ha hecho evidente que nuestros sistemas sólo funcionan para ciertas personas en ciertas ocasiones. Ahora está claro que cuando los Beliceños que son más pobres y más desfavorecidos necesitan que los sistemas funcionen, no lo hacen. Y como vimos en el caso de Faye Lin Cannon, cuando nuestros sistemas deben proteger a los que más riesgo corren, no lo hacen. Miramos nuestro alrededor y vemos que la pobreza no ha desaparecido. De hecho, se está haciendo aún más generalizada. Miramos nuestro alrededor y nos damos cuenta de que es imposible para un Beliceño normal el conseguir un pedazo de la joya. Miramos nuestro alrededor y vemos a nuestros hijos obligados a abandonar la escuela debido a que la pobreza extrema es una realidad. Miramos y vemos que nuestro sistema de Justicia nos está fallando día tras día. PERO también miramos y vemos la riqueza y el privilegio de los ministros UDP creciendo. Vemos que consiguen lo que no conseguimos. Vemos que tienen lo que no tenemos. Y nos enojamos cada vez más. Estamos en el punto de la falla de sistemas críticos. Y en ese momento, algo se va a dar. Y no va a ser bonito ni agradable.


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Thursday, 13 July 2017 At 3:00 this afternoon, after a full week in Police custody Anke Doehm and her fourth husband David were finally charged in relation to the sexual abuse and brutal murder of Faye Lin Cannon, 13. Both appeared today before Chief Magistrate Ann Marie Smith and were arraigned on one count of the rarely used Cruelty to a Child, an indictable offence which carries a maximum sentence of ten years. They were refused bail and remanded to the Belize Central Prison until their next Court appearance scheduled for August 24th. Director of Public Prosecutions, Senior Counsel Cheryl Lyn Vidal appeared personally to object strenuously to bail on the grounds that the crime for which the couple is accused is a heinous one and a charge for murder is still a distinct possibility when the investigation is concluded. She also pointed out that both Anke and David Doehm must be considered flight risks because their adopted children are in protective custody and any chance of reopening their business in San Pedro has likely been lost to them. Attorney for Anke Doehm Senior Counsel Ellis Arnold and attorney for David Doehm Dickie Bradley argued that there is no evidence linking the two to the murder, stating that if there were even one iota, the charge of murder would have been laid already. They also insisted that the couple has invested everything they own here in Belize and are un-

likely to leave this jurisdiction. After hearing the arguments, Chief Magistrate Smith upheld the objection by DPP Vidal and bail was denied. On Monday, July 3rd, Faye Lin Cannon, 13, was found dead in an apartment just outside San Pedro Town in which she lived with Anke and David Doehm and three siblings. When Police were called to the scene and enquired about bruises to the child’s body and a cut wound to her head, Anke Doehm told them she was mentally ill and would hit herself and bang herself against the wall during her ‘attacks.’ But a post-mortem examination showed that the child had been sexually and physically abused. She died when somebody pushed so hard on her chest that three of her ribs were broken and one of them pierced her heart. On Thursday David and Anke Doehm were detained and the three other children were placed in protective custody. The Belize Times has been reliably informed that investigators are certain that Faye Lin Cannon was killed in the apartment where her body was found, and certain that one of the persons in that apartment caused her death. But they have been unable to lay blame on any one person, as they would have to do to lay a charge of murder, because none of the other persons in the apartment are accepting blame or providing evidence to place blame on another.

2017

GUATEMALAN KILLED IN POLICE SHOOTOUT

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 The Belize Police Department is conducting parallel investigations into an incident which resulted in Guatemalans Ervin Huex and Marlon Portillo being shot by Police. Huex received a wound to the chest and died on the spot, while Portillo was shot in the buttocks and groin area and taken into custody. Because it is an officer-related shooting, the Professional Standards Branch is conducting an internal investigation, while the Benque Police are dealing with the fact that the incident was the result of a robbery by the Guatemalans. The robbery happened on the Chaa Creek Road off the George Price Highway on Saturday afternoon. Edwin Jimenez, 20, was held up by two armed Guatemalan bandits who came out of the bushes while he was driving his father’s black Hilux. The men forced Jimenez out of the vehicle, took the Hilux and tried to escape driving on the Bullet Tree road. Jimenez called his father who alerted other relatives and the Police of the incident. A checkpoint was set up on the Arenal Road and shortly after the vehicle was seen approaching. It allegedly ran the checkpoint and Police set chase. According to Omar Jimenez, on the road to Calla Creek the Police fired at the tire of the vehicle and the

men then lost control, crashing it into a fence. Huex and Portillo ran off towards the river and Police set chase. The men fired at Police and they fired back, killing Huex and injuring Portillo. In a briefing on Monday, head of the Professional Standards Branch ACP Chester Williams told the media, “The matter is being investigated by us looking at the internal aspect of it to see whether or not the force used by the Police was justified by law. The San Ignacio police are investigating the criminal aspect of it, dealing with the robbery of the vehicle. More than likely Mr. Portillo will be charged for keeping an unlicensed firearm and ammunition in respect to the firearm found in the vehicle as well as for robbery in respect to the Toyota Hilux. So the matter remains under investigation.” Huex’s body is at the San Ignacio morgue and will be taken to Guatemala. Marlon Portillo is at the San Ignacio Hospital receiving treatment under Police guard. According to reports, Portillo now has a Belizean Attorney who has advised him not to answer questions from the Police. Police found inside the vehicle a .32 revolver with five live rounds of .32 ammunition. It is believed that the firearm used by Huex to shoot at Police was dropped in the river when he was shot.

Sexual Predator Convicted Thursday, 13 July 2017 Bert Vasquez, 33, was convicted late Monday evening on charges of Forcible Abduction and Aggravated Assault of an indecent nature, will be sentenced on Friday, July 21st. A jury of seven men and two women deliberated for two hours before returning the verdict just before 6:30pm. The more serious charge of Forcible Abduction carries a maximum sentence of thirteen years, but the Judge will make that decision following mitigation pleas by Vasquez’s attorney Oscar Selgado. This particular indecent occurred in May 2011. The victim, then 16, claimed that while waiting for a bus at the Pound Yard Bridge Vasquez abducted her at gunpoint and drove her to a deserted location near Vista del Mar where he forced her to perform oral sex on him. She says that Vasquez also beat her

brutally with his fist and the gun before giving her back her clothes and telling her to run. That was when she ran away and after being picked up by a good Samaritan, made her report to the Ladyville Police. Prosecutor Sherigne Rodriguez told that media that testimony by the victim was critical to the case, as was her credibility – “since the complainant was the only witness that we had who could say what happened, the evidence presented mainly came from her. She took pictures immediately after the ordeal and those were telling as well as she provided some consistency to her evidence.

Shortly after she also reported what had occurred to a friend that was in the neighborhood that she emerged from and that proved that her story is consistent. That neighbor gave a statement that outlined what she saw when the complainant presented herself to her. She saw her very shaken up, trembling, crying, her clothes were torn. She was battered and bruised. So that statement assisted in showing that the virtual complainant is being consistent when she said that she was abducted and beaten and it showed." Vasquez was arrested for an eerily similar offence on a 24-year-old women in January of that year, 2011, but we could not confirm whether that matter is still before the Courts. He is also currently awaiting trial for the murder of Jasmine Lowe, 13, in 2012. At the time of the Lowe murder, at least eleven allegations of common assault were made against Vasquez by females who say he attempted to pick them up in the Cayo Area.


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Why the MoD & BDF Coverup? Thursday, 13 July 2017 The Financial Secretary Joseph Waight has frowned upon it as a serious breach of procedure but the public’s suspicion that the seriousness of the case is being downplayed has been justified. On Thursday July 6th, sometime around 5p.m., a Mexican national and two Belizeans were busted on a vessel near Indian Church, Orange Walk with questionable items. They were in possession of outboard motors, boat parts, plane parts, and outboard engine parts from the BDF as well as a BDF uniforms. While in detention, the men led Police to a house behind the old Mi Amor hotel in Orange Walk Town where they found more equipment and a stash of the current and older military fatigues used. Among the items was also one of the newest uniforms. Brigadier General David Jones claimed that the worn uniforms and written off equipment had undergone the proper procedure of disposal through the Ministry of Finance some three weeks before. However, the single new uniform invalidates that argument and there is the question as to how the items came to be in possession of the trio. Jones says the BDF is collaborating in the investigation apart from the fact that the bust was made by the military’s Belize Special Assignment Group working in tandem with Police. The men were not to be kept in police custody for long. They were released after the Police determined that there was no evidence that the items were stolen. Waight confirmed that Torres was part of a working group hired to dispose of

the items and he believes that he might have “scavenged” some for himself. He asserted that the matter is being duly investigated. The Police Commissioner, Allen Whylie did say that the investigation has not been concluded and the men can still be charged if it is believed they committed an offense. But there is a fascinating twist in this story which seems to be making some people very uncomfortable. All those in authority who have spoken about the matter so far claim to know nothing about the revealing and incriminatory text messages from BDF Major Jermaine Burns to the Mexican while his phone was in the hands of the Police (it is believed Police themselves leaked videos of the incoming texts and multiple calls to the Mexican). The Major was informing the detainee that the military did not have any operation ongoing in a specific area and when it became clear that something had gone wrong, he was prompting the Mexican to call the Vehicle Care Unit of the Ministry of Finance to have ‘Berisford Codd’ clear up the matter with General Jones. The Defense Minister, Hon. John Saldivar has redirected questions to his CEO, Felix Enriquez who has informed that they are awaiting a report from the Commissioner of Police before taking any action in the case. He confirmed too that the items were indeed forwarded to the Ministry of Finance for disposal. The Mexican allegedly told Police that the items were sold to them by the high command of the BDF and the suspicion is that the men were headed to Mexico. Apart from the Commissioner’s comments on Wednesday

July 11th, the Police has not issued any finer details of the case and the General has not returned requests for additional information since the video of the text messages was released. The Commissioner did express concern that the items might end up in the hands of a Mexican cartel.

NOTICE: Notice is hereby given that Mr. Imario Verde owner Of “Merly” motor vessel bearing registration number BZ 0459 Is declaring that he has lost the boat registration certificate.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Hongcai Qiu is applying for a Shop Liquor License to be operated at “Best Friend”, 47 Trial Farm Village, Orange Walk District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980.


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FFB Fires Michael Blease

Marlon Kuylen Thursday, 13 July 2017 The turmoil within the Football Federation of Belize (FFB) is not over. Eighteen days after the embarrassment of an aborted ordinary congress due to a boycott, the Football Federation of Belize dismissed General Secretary Michael Blease. He has been replaced with former magistrate and prison CEO, Earl Jones, although temporarily. On Wednesday July 12th, Acting President Marlon Kuylen said “the things that we thought were wrong, it was actually worse…We see now that we have to make significant changes, and we started Monday by releasing the General Secretary.” Blease carried over from the Ruperto Vicente term and had up until 2020 on his contract. Along the way he has made many enemies but what specifically led to his immediate firing? Kuylen simply indicated that Blease’s time at the FFB had ended. “It’s not only what he did, a lot of it is what he did not do…It is alleged that he did manipulate the Electoral Committee and the Electoral Appeals Committee but the other items that were used in his dismissal far outnumber those allegations,” said Kuylen. As to whether Blease might have engaged in illegalities or irregularities, Kuylen only said, “to be honest with you, I am not pursuing it; as an Executive we are not pursuing it. We had known for a long time this day would come.” The man now in the hot seat told the media that indeed, there is a lot of negative energy surrounding

Michael Blease the FFB currently but he will evaluate what is wrong then look for a way forward. He intends to operate transparently with an open door policy to all. There has been talk of a general purge to come in the FFB. In that regard, Kuylen has expressed concern about the FFB’s exorbitant wage bill while noting the need to streamline. He said, “we may have to dismiss others; we will see as the weeks go by.” The dismissal comes on the heels of a request from the Cayo, Corozal and Orange Walk football associations and the Premiere League of Belize for there to be an extraordinary congress on August 12th to deal with general matters like the approval of the budget. Notably though, they are calling for the dismissal of seven people including Blease, Ruperto Vicente (who is not currently an executive FFB member) and Shane Orio. According to Kuylen, based on the request, an Extraordinary Congress must be held within sixty days of the letter. They do have their work cut out for them to begin the process of identifying possible candidates to form a part of a new Electoral Committee, the Electoral Appeals Committee and to put in place an Ethics Committee. Although the election for president or vice president cannot happen at an extraordinary congress, Kuylen did clarify that indeed, since the process is starting anew, Sergio Chuc who had been previously disqualified from running for president (which is what led to the boycott of the 10th ordinary congress) is cleared to run in the future.

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Fixing our Criminal Justice System At the last House meeting our Deputy Party Leader Julius Espat made a passionate plea for the Barrow administration to do something about crime in his constituency and in our nation. Julius read the names of some of those from his constituency who recently died violent deaths. He spoke of the pain and grief their loved ones are experiencing and he spoke of their desperate cry for JUSTICE. This is already a violent year - so far 73 murders have been committed. We in the PUP have always said we will not play politics with the issue of crime for we know that to fix the problem we must work together. Many of our Parliamentarians have raised this issue in the National Assembly, offering our help. We have given constructive recommendations, looking at crime from various perspectives. Today there are 1,300 persons behind bars in Belize. Every year $6 million is budgeted for Kolbe. We spend $12.08 a day or about $5,000 yearly on each inmate. This means that it is cheaper to send a Belizean to school for a year than it is to keep a Belizean incarcerated. Many inmates are non-violent offenders serving long sentences for a stick of weed or for petty theft. At the same time, major crimes like murders, rape, carnal knowledge and other heinous crimes committed by people who can afford expensive lawyers go unpunished. Our conviction rate when it comes to serious crimes is less than 4 percent. No wonder everyone is saying justice in Belize is a fallacy and the system is rigged. Presently there is no confidence in our criminal justice system and this is yet another reflection of an incompetent UDP Administration. I believe that for us to address this problem of crime and violence we have to begin with reforming the criminal justice system. We have to make some progress, from arrest rates to conviction and from sentencing to incarceration. Along with that we have to find ways to help those who have served their time get a second chance. We have to give them the support they need to become productive Belizeans again. This week I will sit down with our Deputy Party Leaders to discuss a plan for our deputies to move around the four regions of our country to talk with Belizeans about reforming our criminal justice system. The big question: how do we make it more effective and fair. We will speak with police officers and young people in high crime areas. I want us to learn more about effectively using community policing, community outreach and better intelligence to drive down crime. I will visit Kolbe to talk with inmates and corrections officers about rehabilitating prisoners, and preventing them from becoming repeat offenders. And I want to know what they are doing to help our inmates increase their ability to find a job after their release. We in the PUP can no longer wait on the government we have to move. We have to fix our broken criminal justice system for us to build a Belize that works for everyone and in so doing we remain true to our commitment to social justice. God bless, have a great week.


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PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES

Placencia Peninsula; Hopkins; Stann Creek District, Barton Creek, Cayo District; North Ambergris Caye; West Ambergris Caye, Blackbird Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District; PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES BY ORDER of District, the Mortgagees, Messrs. The Placencia Peninsula; Hopkins; Stann Creek Barton Creek, Cayo District; North Ambergris Caye; WestBelize Bank International Limited, Licensed Auctioneer Ambergris Caye, Blackbird Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District; Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following property at the following locations, dates & times: BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Messrs. The Belize Bank International Limited, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following property at the following locations, dates & times: A.) PLACENCIA PENINSULA; HOPKINS VILLAGE AREA: 1. At (The Placencia Hotel & Residences Sub-Division, Mile 13 Placencia Road, Placencia Peninsula, Stann Creek District on Monday 24th July 2017 at 10:00 am:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Society Hall 24 3004 (Being 951.9 acres of land [30 acres cleared and maintained + larger area medium bush + balance high bush] and a small workers camp [24 ft. X 26 ft.] situate in the Barton Creek Area on the Society Hall Road adjoining the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve approximately 6.6 miles south of the junction of the George Price Highway and Society Hall Road, Blackman Eddy Village, Cayo District, the freehold property of Messrs. Some Place Else Limited) C.) North Ambergris Caye, West Ambergris Caye Belize District: At The Belize Bank Limited’s Parking Lot, Barrier Reef Drive, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye on Wednesday 26th July 2017 at 10:30 am: REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Placencia North 36 2109 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house elevated 3 ft. above grade [32 ft. X 46 ft.] + side porches [5 ft X 20 ft. each side] + back porch [5ft X 42ft] containing 2 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms (1 with jacuzzi) + kitchen + laundry + dining room + large open living room and lagoon side lot [902.31 square meters (1079.16 square yards)] situate in the sub-division of The Placencia Hotel & Residences near Mile 13 Placencia Road, Placencia Peninsula, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Giuseppe Asti).

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28.961 Acres (53 parcels) situate approx. 5 Kilometers north San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

*******NB. Copies of Covenant is available upon request********* 2.

At Mile Post 11, Placencia Road, Placencia Peninsula, Stann Creek District Monday 24th July 2017 at 10:45 am

ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND situate in the Blair Atoll Estate, Placencia Peninsula, Stann Creek District bounded and described as follows: Lot No. 248 containing 1301.802 square meters bounded on the North for a distance of 29.744 meters by Lot No. 260; On the South for a distance of 22.826 meters by a portion of Lot No. 247; On the East by a cul-de-sac and on the West for a distance of 36.570 meters by the Placencia Road (Being a vacant lot situate in the Blair Atoll Estate near Mile 11 Placencia Road, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Jeryl Graham) 3. In front Police Station, Hopkins Village, Stann Creek District on Monday 24th July 2017 at 12:00 noon:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land comprising of 361.676 acres situate along the Western Side of Commerce Bight Lagoon, Commerce Bight Area, Stann Creek District, Belize as shown on Grant No. 364 of 2006 with Plan No 364 of 2006 annexed and being more delineated on Plan Entry 8959 in Register 7 TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a vacant parcel of land containing 361.676 acres situate along the Western Side of Commerce Bight Lagoon, Commerce Bight Area, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Messrs. Commerce Bight Limited surety for Messrs. Hopkins Bay Limited)

REGISTRATION SECTION San Pedro PARCEL #

AREAS/SIZES

BLOCK 7

PARCELS As below listed: 9723

675.461 SM (LS)

9724

680.631 SM (LS)

9720

2545.697

9725

557.101 SM (LS)

9721

647.180 SM (LS)

9726

557.101 SM (LS)

9722

616.045 SM (LS)

9727

557.101 SM (LS)

4. At The Belize Bank Limited Parking Lot, Constitution Drive, Belmopan, Cayo District on Monday 24th July 2017 at 3:30 pm:

9728

567.614 SM (LS)

9751

627.843 SM (IL)

9729

532.124 SM

9752

558.052 SM (IL)

951.9 ACRES TAPIR MOUNTAIN NATURE RESERVE AREA, BARTON CREEK, CAYO DISTRICT

9730

504.324 SM (LS)

9753

558.052 SM (IL)

9731

OPEN SPACE

9754

558.052 SM (IL)

9732

693.120 SM (LS

9755

583.842 SM (IL)

9733

724.672 SM (LS)

9756

662.901 SM (IL)

9734

724.672 SM (LS)

9757

875.185 SM (LS)

9735

742.011 SM (LS)

9758

504.063 SM (LS)

9736

612.663 SM (LS)

9759

409.181 SM (LS)

B.) MOUNTAIN NATURE RESERVE AREA, BARTON CREEK, CAYO DISTRICT:


9729

532.124 SM

9752

558.052 SM (IL)

504.324 SM (LS)

9753

9731

OPEN SPACE

9754

9732

693.120 SM (LS

9755

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9733

724.672 SM (LS)

9756

662.901 SM (IL)

9734

724.672 SM (LS)

9757

875.185 SM (LS)

9735

742.011 SM (LS)

9758

504.063 SM (LS)

9736

612.663 SM (LS)

9759

409.181 SM (LS)

9737

612.663 SM (LS)

9760

440.475 SM (LS)

9738

612.663 SM (LS)

9761

557.770 SM (LS)

9739

661.347 SM (LS)

9762

570.492 SM (LS)

9740

719.078 SM (IL)

9763

560.699 SM (LS)

9741

558.590 SM (IL)

9764

557.101 SM (LS)

9742

657.157 SM (IL)

9765

599.945 SM (LS)

9743

660.457 SM (IL)

9766

563.892 SM (LS)

9744

697.944 SM (IL)

9767

557.101 SM (LS)

9745

710.193 SM (IL)

9768

535.726 SM (LS)

9746

629.888 SM (IL)

9769

785.774 SM (LS)

9747

OPEN SPACE

9770

GREEN AREA

9748

569.234 SM (IL)

9771

STREET RESERVE

9749

557.101 SM (IL)

9772

18.01 ACRES

9750

557.101 SM (IL)

TOTAL

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558.052 SM (IL) 558.052 SM (IL) 583.842 SM (IL)

(Being 28.961 acres of vacant land subdivided to create 53 parcels situate approximately 5 kilometers north of the San Pedro Bridge (straight line) and west of Las Terrazas Resort on Ambergris Caye, Belize District. The freehold property of Messrs. Satori Land Inc. Surety for Mr. Rajiv Seth & Mr. Rupinder Kaur Gill) 6. Beach front Parcels 4835 & 4836 Caribbean Coves/Costa Del Sol Subdivision, west of San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye:

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a. ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being block 3 consisting of 5.01 acres situated at Well’s Point, Soldier Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District bounded and described as shown by Plan No. 1008 of 2003 TOGETHER with all buildings erections and improvements standing and made thereon; b. ALL THAT piece or parcel of land situate near Well’s Point, Blackbird Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District being 5.433 acres of land as shown on Plan No. 691 of 2006 Entry No. 9658 Register No. 31 attached to Minister’s Fiat (Grant) No. 691 od 2006 TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and thereon; c. ALL THAT lot piece or parcel of land being Block No. 1 consisting of 14.909 acres of land situate at Well’s Point, Soldier Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District bounded and described as shown by Plan No. 503 of 2008 attached to Minister’s Fiat Grant No. 503 of 2008 TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being three undeveloped parcels of land [5.01 acres + 5.433 + 14.909 acres] situate at Well's Point, Soldier Caye, also known as BLACKBIRD CAYE, East side of Turneffe Island, Belize District, the freehold properties of Messrs. Creative Potential Limited surety for Messrs. Solas Development Holdings Limited) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - www.belizebank.com (foreclosure listing) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TERMS: STRICTLY CASH KEVIN A. CASTILLO www.belizebank.com (foreclosure listing) TELEPHONE 223-4488

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OC Richard Rosado Policeman or Politician? REGISTRATION SECTION San Pedro

7.

BLOCK 7

PARCELS 4835 & 4836

(Being two vacant beach front lots [4835 - .653 Acre & 4836 - .586 acre] situate in the Caribbean Coves, Costa Del Sol Subdivision, approximately 1 mile west of San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye and across Laguna De San Pedro, the freehold properties of Messrs. Roarr Financial Inc surety for Mr. Rupinder Kaur Gill) 21 vacant Lots approximately 3 kilometers north of the San Pedro Bridge, Ambergris Caye:

REGISTRATION SECTION San Pedro

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PARCELS 6495, 6496, 6497, 6498, 6499, 6500, 6501, 6502, 6503, 6504, 6505, 6506, 6507, 6508, 6509, 6510, 6511, 6512, 6513, 6514 & 6515 (Being twenty one (21) vacant lots [Nos. 6495 to 6511 - 557.007 S.M. each, Lot No. 6512 - 658.528 S.M., Lot No. 6513 - 616.116 S.M., Lot No. 6514 - 517.086 S.M. and Lot No. 6515 - 548.736 S.M.] situate approximately 3 kilometers North of the San Pedro Bridge, [immediately North and West of El Pescador Fly Fishing Resort], San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, the freehold property of Messrs. Svelto Holdings LLC surety for Mr. Sukhjit S. Randhawa & Mr. Erin G. Georgopoulos). D.) BLACKBIRD CAYE, TURNEFFE ISLAND, BELIZE DISTRICT: At No. 170 Beltex Avenue, Belama, Phase 1, Belize City on Wednesday 26th July 2017 at 3:30 pm: 8. 5.01 acres + 5.433 acres + 14.909 acres Well’s Point, Blackbird Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District:

a. ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being block 3 consisting of 5.01 acres situated at Well’s Point, Soldier Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District bounded and described as shown by Plan No. 1008 of 2003 TOGETHER with all buildings erections and improvements standing and made thereon; b. ALL THAT piece or parcel of land situate near Well’s Point, Blackbird Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District being 5.433 acres of land as shown on Plan No. 691 of 2006 Entry No. 9658 Register No. 31 attached to Minister’s Fiat (Grant) No. 691 od 2006 TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and thereon; c. ALL THAT lot piece or parcel of land being Block No. 1 consisting of 14.909 acres of land situate at Well’s Point, Soldier Caye, Turneffe Island Range, Belize District bounded and described as shown by Plan No. 503 of 2008 attached to Minister’s Fiat Grant No. 503 of 2008

Dear Editor: It is amazing that a politician ended up being an Officer Commanding in the police department. Richard Anthony Rosado is the former campaign manager of disgraced Immigration minister Elvin Penner. Rosado is now the Officer in Charge in San Ignacio and it is his first time serving as OC. Under his watch, the formation is an absolute mess. From sexual assault allegations including those officers that are supposed to work with students to politically motivated directives. The Crime Investigation Branch office in San Ignacio is more like a bar. It no longer seems as if the officers are at least trying to solve a case. The office is filled with contraband beers. I ask myself what is Commissioner of Police Allen Whylie thinking? There are 4 unsolved murders in San Ignacio in less than two months. The community is concerned because of the escalation of crime. Police are not doing their jobs. A new blue vehicle donated by the US Embassy crashed into another police vehicle on the night of Akeem Guzman’s murder. The drivers were allegedly drunk and racing. The deputy in charge, Daniel Iche is always drunk and has to be restrained and taken home by his junior police officers. The main department was working with and supporting community oriented policing. The neighborhood watches were the link between the community and the Police till that gap was closed. These officers go on national television and ask for the public’s support yet they have not solved nor one case. The People’s Coalition of Cayo has but 1 member. The Cayo Neighborhood Watch Asso-

ciation is on the verge of dying a natural death and the Special Constables Committee is no longer functional. Apart from receiving directives from Ministers directly, we have been told that OC Rosado has ordered his junior officers to release criminals because of their political affiliation. Look at the case against Louis Wade. Judge Hamilton ruled that it was an abuse of executive power. The directives were given by OC Rosado. Rosado is also a proud UDP and a proud puppet at that since he publicly attends UDP executive meetings. Wasn’t it a rule that public servants were not allowed to engage in politics? Rosado brags among his colleagues that the Minister has his back. There is also a lot of inside fighting going on and no trust or teamwork in there either. Everybody is just doing what they're politically ordered to do and the leadership does not and cannot care about the safety of our community. The police that are there are fighting against each other and refuse to take information from that that have information to assist them in solving crimes and murders. We, the community cannot keep trying to work with Rosado. We demand that the department and the minister replace him with an officer that cares about the whole community and chooses to work with the community and will make and keep order in the department for all officers to happily give their all for the community they're serving. Word on the street is that there will soon be a massive demonstration just like the one that was done in 2012. Signed Concerned citizen


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PUBLIC AUCTION SALE FOR ORANGE WALK DISTRICT Licensed Auctioneer NOEL J. CODD will sell the following properties on Monday July 24th, 2017 at the time and places mention below On site at 9:00a.m.

On site at 10:30a.m.

ALL THAT LOT PARCEL OR PIECE OF LAND BEING PARCEL 284/1, TRIAL FARM REG. SECTION BLOCK 4, O/ WALK. Property contains 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, Living and kitchen area. Property for Lisandro Vargas

All that lot, parcel or piece of land situated in Orange Walk Town. Being Parcel 3333, Block 4, Registration Section Orange Walk Town. The property holds an incomplete two-storey concrete building which measures 2,788 square-feet. The concrete structure is 60% complete. The Building contains 4bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living-room, a kitchen and a dining area. Being the Freehold property of Enrique Patt and Nubia Patt.

On site at 9:30a.m.

On site at 11:00p.m.

On site at 1:00p.m.

All this parcel of piece of land in Orange Walk Town. Being Parcel 1123, Block 4, Registration Section Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District. This propery hold a concrete building which measures 1,282 square-feet. The building has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living-room, a dining area and a laundry area. Being the freehold property of David Faber.

On site at 10:00a.m.

All that parcel or piece of land. Being parcel 1261/1, Block 4, Registration Section Ann Gabourel. The property holds a concrete building. The building has two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a living-room, a dining-room and a kitchen. Being the Leasehold property of Stephen Williams

AT 3:00 P.M. IN FRONT SCOTIABANK (BELIZE) LTD. Orange Walk Branch On Monday July 24th, 2017

On site at 1:30p.m.

All that parcel or piece of land located on No.2 San Francisco Street, Orange Walk Town. Being Parcel 4386, Block 4, Registation Section Orange Walk Town. The lot holds a one and half storey concrete building. Which measures a gross floor of 2,414 square-feet of which 1,530 squarefeet is occupied as a residence. Beling the Freehold property of Jorge Urbina. All that lot, parcel or piece of land in Orange Walk being Registration Section Orange Walk Town Block 4 Parcel 1911. Property contains 4 bedrooms, 2 Full bathrooms, Living, Kitchen and dining area. The building is also comprised of 1786 S.FT. Being the Fee Simple property of Ana B. Castillo.

On site at 2:30p.m.

All that parcel or piece of land situated in Trial Farm. Being Parcel 351, Block 4, Registration Section Trial Farm. The property measures 1,666.62 square-meters. The property holds a one storey concrete with a gross floor area of 1,529 square-feet. The building has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a kitchen, dining and a living-room area. Being the Freehold property of Marciano Cowo.

On site at 2:00p.m. All that Lot, Parcel or Piece of Land, in Orange Walk Town. Being Parcel 2946, Block 4, Registration Section Orange Walk Town. The building measures 2,740 square-feet and it holds six bedrooms, two full bathrooms, two part baths, a living-room and dining area. Being the Freehold property of Sunil Talreja.

On site at 11:30p.m. All that piece or parcel of land containing 1045.045square meters being Lot 648 situated in Trial Farm village, Orange Walk District. Property is vacant lot. Being the Fee simple property of Melbourne Rodriguez.

All that piece or parcel of land containing 645.890 s. m.3744 Cor. Palmar Boundary Road & Macal River Street, Orange Walk. The Subject Building comprises 1,360sft. The same is occupied as a family home of 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms, complete with kitchen, dining & living room spaces. Being the freehold property of Roger Tun.

All that lot or piece of land located in Louisiana Farm area. Being Lot No. 115, Block 4, Registration Section Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District. This Lot holds a Ferro-concrete one storey building that measures 1,000 square-feet. The building has two bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen, a living-room and a dining area. Being the Leasehold property of Rafael Novelo.

All that Lot, Parcel or Piece of land situated in Orange Walk District. Being Parcel 1381/1,Block 4, Registration Section Ann Gabourel , Orange Walk District. The building on the property is a concrete structure measuring 624.75 squarefeet. The building holds two bedrooms, one bath and a living/dining area and a kitchen. Being the Leasehold property of Ruben Portillo.

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All that Lot, Parcel or Piece of land in Orange Walk District. Being Parcel 281, Block 1, Registration Section Ann Gabourel , Orange Walk District. The property is currently in its natural state approximately measuring 25 acres. Being the Freehold property of Santiago Rosado.

ALL THAT piece or parcel being BLOCK 4 PARCEL 428/1 SAN JOSE/SAN PABLO REGISTRATION SECTION containing 1646.7 square meters being the Leasehold property of Miguel Briceno.

PUBLIC AUCTION SALE FOR COROZAL DISTRICT

Licensed Auctioneer Noel J. Codd will sell the following properties on Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at the time and places mention below On site at 9:00a.m. On site at 10:30a.m.

All that parcel or piece of land. Being Parcel 483/1, Block 1, Registration Section Douglas Rural, Orange Walk District. The property holds a concrete building which measures 1,636 square-feet. The building has six bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a living-room, a kitchen and a dining area. Being the Leasehold property of Elvia Acosta.

All that lot, piece or parcel of land being parcel 510/1. REGISTRATION SECTION: SAN JOSE/SAN PABLO BLOCK: 1 PARCEL: 510/1. The Building is a 2 bedroom bungalow house. Being the leasehold property of Edwin Patt

All that parcel or piece of land in Yo Creek Village. Being Parcel 140/, Block 4, Registration Section Yo Creek, Orange Walk District. The property holds a one-story concrete building that measures 1,362 square-feet. The family dwelling has 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a kitchen, a dining and a living room area. Being the freehold property of Florention Cal.

All that lot, piece or parcel of land being Block 1 Parcel 53 & 54 Corozal Central Registration Section. Building is 1615 square feet 2 storey building. Lot 53 houses a radio station and studio at the top and a television studio at the bottom. Lot 54 has an out toilet, concreted courtyard/dancehall with a portion of a kitchen/bar. Being the fee simple property of Leonardo Folgarait

On site at 9:30a.m.

AT 10:00 a.m. on site

All that parcel of piece of land in San Jose/ San Pablo. Being Parcel 140/1, Block 1, Registration Section San Jose/ San Pablo. The property holds a concrete building and also a wooden building. The concrete building measures 594 square-feet and it has two bedrooms, one full bathroom, a living-room, a kitchen and a dining area. Being the Leasehold property of Bernardo Marin.

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ALL THAT LOT, PARCEL OR PIECE OF LAND, BEING PARCEL # 31 Block 1, PARAISO/ SANTA RITA REGISTRATION SECTION. Building:2 ½ storey with 5,013 sq. ft. with Main:- 2,294 sq. ft 2 Bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 part bath, with kitchen, dining and living room areas and laundry room. Second:2,077 sq. ft. 2 Bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 part bath, with kitchen, dining and living room areas and laundry room. Third:-642 sq. ft. and is used as an additional living room space being the freehold of Ramesh Buxani Co Ltd

On site at 11:00a.m.

All that parcel or piece of land. Being Parcel 66, Block 1, Registration Section Paraiso/ Santa Rita, Corozal District. The property is in its natural state. Being the freehold property of Guadalupe Rosado. All those parcels or two pieces of land in Tower Hill. Being Parcels 685 and 686, Block 4, Registration Section Tower Hill. The subject lots are cleared and a concrete two storey building measuring 1,800 square-feet sits on the property. Being the Freehold property of German Cob.

All that Lot, Parcel or Piece of land in San Felipe. Being Parcel 463/1, Block 13, Registration Section San Felipe, Orange Walk District. The building on the property is a concrete bungalow structure which measures 805.5 square-meters. An incomplete extension is also on the property and it measures approximately 140 square-feet. Being the Leasehold property of Omar Mejia.

On site at 1:30p.m.

All that lot, parcel or piece of land in Corozal. Being Registration Section Corozal North, Block 1, Parcel 1982. The property contains two building. The main building contains 2 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, a living room, a kitchen and a dining area. Being the Fee simple property of Robert and Elizabeth Cervera

On site at 10:00a.m.

All that parcel or piece of land in Paraiso/ Santa Rita. Being Parcel 177/1, Block 1, Registration Section Paraiso/ Santa Rita, Corozal District. The property holds a two-storey concrete building which measures 2,188 square-feet. The building has two bedrooms, one full bathroom, a living-room, a kitchen and a dining area. Being the Leasehold property of David Aguilar.

On site at 2:00p.m.

All that parcel or piece of land in San Jose Village. Being Parcel 618, Block 1, Registration Section San Jose/ San Pablo, Orange Walk District. The property holds two structures. A comfy wooden structure and an incomplete cement structure. Being the Freehold property of Adrian Garcia.

All that parcel or piece of land situated in Corozal North. Being Parcel 1393/1, Block 1, Registration Section Corozal North, Corozal District. The property holds a concrete two-storey buildng with a gross floor of 2,111 square-feet. The first floor has three bedrooms, one bathroom, a living-room, a kitcken, a dining area, a laundry and storeage room. The second floor has one bedroom, one bathroom, a sitting/ roof patio area. Being the Freehold property of Ravey O Smith.

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ALL THAT LOT, PARCEL OR PIECE OF LAND, BEING PARCEL # 1450/1 CONSEJO ROAD S.E REG SECTION BLOCK 1, COROZAL District being the Leasehold of Jose Cawich

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All that parcel or piece of land in Libertad Village. Being Parcel 442/1, Block 1, Registration Section Libertad Village, Corozal District. The property holds a concrete building that measures 957 square-feet. The concrete structure has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a living-room, a kitchen and a dining area. Being the leasehold property of Enrique Montejo.

All that lot, piece or parcel of land, in Louisville. Being Parcel 1, Registration Section Louisville, Block 1, Corozal District. The building is 1051 square feet, it has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a living room, a kitchen and dining area. Being the Fee simple property of Saturnino Coba

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 2995 sm being Block1 Parcel 141 San Andres/ Ranchito Registration Section. The Subject Property houses 3 structures. Building No.1 is 1,200sft. and is occupied as a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom home complete with kitchen, dining & living room spaces. Building No.2: concrete two storey structure of 1,920sft. Each floor is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom space each with kitchen, dining & living room spaces. Building No. 3 is aq 1,200sft. structure with floor & walls in place only Freehold properties of Armando Martinez and Ervin Rancharan.

ALL THAT pieces or parcels of land being 1 Parcel 120 containing 50.2 acres Parcel 97 containing 14.798 acres, Parcel 95 containing 62.79 acres and Parcel 86 containing 88.16 acres situated in Libertad Rural Registration Section cane land only being the Freehold properties of Armando Martinez and Ervin Rancharan.

All that piece or parcel of land being Block 1, Parcel 13, Libertad Rural Registration Section. Land only. Being the fee simple property of Leonardo Folgarait

All that lot, piece or parcel of land, in San Andres/ Ranchito. Being parcel 453, Block 1, Registration Section San Andres/ Ranchito . . The property comprises of 1128 Sq. Ft. and has 3 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, living, Kitchen and dining area. Being the fee simple property of Patrick Smith.

All that lot, parcel, or piece of land in Sarteneja being Registration Section Sarteneja Block 3 parcel 604/1. The house contains 2 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, a living, a kitchen and a dining area and comprise of 954 sq. ft. Being the Leasehold property of Jael Cobb.

All that parcel or piece of land situated in Sarteneja. Being Parcel 833/1, Block 3, Registration Section Sarteneja, Corozal District. The land measures 849.30 square-meters. The property holds a concrete family bungalow with a gross floor of 921 square-feet. The building has two bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen, a living, a dining area, a front porch and a back porch. Being the Leasehold property of Guiermo Rodriquez.

2017 All that lot, parcel or piece of land in Libertad. Being Parcel 225, Block 1, Registration Section Libertad Rural. The property is land only. Being the Fee simple property of Leonardo Folgarait

All that parcel or piece of land situated in San Andres/ Ranchito. Being Parcel 30, Block 1, Registration Section San Andres/ Ranchito. The property measures 6.19 acres. The property holds two family dwelling. The first concrete building measures 820 square-feet, it has two bedrooms, a bathroom, dining and living area. The second concrete building has four bedrooms, one bathroom, and measures 768 square-feet. Being the Freehold property Marcus Kingston.

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All that lot, piece or parcel of land being Block 1 Parcel 221 Libertad Rural Registration Section. Building is 1410 square feet. Contains 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath, a living, kitchen and family room. Being the fee simple property of Leonardo Folgarait

All that parcel or piece of land. Being Parcel 441/1, Block 1, Registration Section Grants Land, Corozal District. The property measures 743.0 square-meters. The property holds an incomplete two- storey structure. The building has a gross square footage of 1,286 square-feet. The building comprises of three bedrooms, one bathroom, a living-room, a kitchen, a dining area, a covered entry veranda and a shed. Being the Leasehold property of Rogel Tzul.

All that parcel or piece of land situated in Sarteneja Village. Being Parcel 1022, Block 3, Registration Section Sarteneja. The property is a vacant land that measures 888.70 square-meters. Being the Freehold property of Elton Sosa.

All that lot, piece or parcel being Block 1 Parcel 93 Libertad Rural Registration Section. Land only. Being the Fee simple property of Leonardo Folgarait

All that lot, piece or parcel of land being Block 1, parcels 302 Libertad Rural, Registration Section. Only being land is the fee simple property of Leonardo Folgarait

All that parcel or piece of land situated in Carolina/ Calcutta. Being Parcel 339, Block 1, Registration Section Carolina/ Calcutta. The property holds a concrete building. The building has two bedrooms, a bathroom, a living-room, a kitchen and dining area. Being the Freehold property Luis Rosales. Continued on page 15


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All that parcel or piece of land in Chan Chen. Being Parcel 209/1, Block 1, Registration Section Chan Chen, Corozal District. The property holds a one-story building which measures 928 square-feet. The building has 2bedrooms, a living-room, a kitchen and 1 outhouse as a bathroom. Being the leasehold property of Lizandro Murray.

All that parcel or piece of land in Chan Chen. Being Parcel 209/1, Block 1, Registration Section Chan Chen, Corozal District. The property holds a one-story building which measures 928 square-feet. The building has 2bedrooms, a living-room, a kitchen and 1 outhouse as a bathroom. Being the leasehold property of Lizandro Murray.

I am humbly asking for your support on convention day 23rd July, 2017 at HOLY GHOST SCHOOL as councilor candidate for the Municipal ALL THAT LOT, PARCEL OR PIECE OF LAND, IN SAN ANDRES/RANCHITO being Registration Section San Andres/ Ranchito Block 1 Parcel 792 Corozal District. The building contains 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living, and kitchen area being the Freehold of Jorge Zetina

elections. Please VOTE:

JONES, DEBBIE X

All that parcel or piece of land in San Narciso Village. Being Parcel 400, Block 1, Registration Section San Narciso. The property holds a ferro-concrete one storey structure. The building measures 1,064 square-feet it has two bedroom, one bathroom, a kitchen, a living-room and a dining-room. Being the Freehold property of Jorge Cawich.

PUBLIC AUCTION SALE FOR BELIZE DISTICT

Licensed Auctioneer NOEL J. CODD will sell the following properties on Wednesday July 26th on at the places and the time mention below On site at 11:00a.m. On site at 1:30p.m.

BY ORDER OF CHARGEE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL HOLY REDEEMER CREDIT UNION LIMITED a statutory body formed and registered under the Credit Union Act, Chapter 314 of the Laws of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, and whose registered office is situated at No. 1 Hyde’s Lane, Belize City, Belize District hereby gives notice of its intention to exercise its power of sale as Chargee under and by virtue of a Charge registered at the Land Registry between JOHN A. PINELO and SELINA PINELO (Jointly) of the one part and HRCU of the other part. HRCU will at the expiration of three months from the date of the first publication of this notice sell the property described in the Schedule below.

All that parcel or piece of land situated at mile 19 Sandhill Village, Belize District. Being Lot 34, the property holds a concrete building that has a gross floor of 288 square feet. The single family bungalow has one bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen, living-room and dining area. In addition there is an adjoining incomplete structure with a square-footage of 270 square-feet. Being the freehold property of Damion Garbutt.

ALL offers to purchase the said property must be made in writing to Holy Redeemer Credit Union Limited from whom full particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained. All that piece or parcel containing 1.17 Acres being lot 5 situate approximate 10 1/2 Miles on the Belize Corozal Road. The land only being the freehold property of Noguera Sugarcane Derivatives

NOEL J. CODD

Licensed Auctioneer Carmelita Village, Orange Walk District Tel: Office: 677-5184 cell: 624-5184 Email:noelcoddaction@yahoo.com www.noelcoddinc.com

@Noel Codd Auctioneer

SCHEDULE ALL THAT piece or parcel of land comprising 222.257 square yards being Parcel 1253, Block 20 in the Belmopan Registration Section situate on Lionel Del Valle Loop, Market Square, Belmopan, Cayo District, Belize TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon, the freehold property of JOHN A. PINELO and SELINA PINELO (Jointly). DATED this 28th day of June 2017 HOLY REDEEMER CREDIT UNION LIMITED 1 HYDE’S LANE, BELIZE CITY, BELIZE Phone: (501) 224-5644 Fax: (501) 223-0738


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PUP Love in Port Loyola

On Friday and Saturday PUP Party Leader Hon. John Briceño conducted a tour of the Port Loyola Division in Belize City with Gilroy Usher Sr., the party’s political officer for the area and members of Executive Committee. The tour began Friday evening with visits to as many homes as possible in Area 20, which is the Penn Road section of the division. On Saturday morning the Executive Committee hosted the Party Leader at a working breakfast at Wendy’s Restaurant at Faber’s Road junction near the Chetumal Bridge. The team then visited homes in Area 22, which is the Yabra Area and Area 22A which is the Jane Usher Area. In the afternoon everyone participated in a rally at the Jane Usher Basketball court. The tour allowed the Party Leader to see for himself the massive neglect of the division for the last nine years as a result of UDP neglect, incompetence, and corruption. On the flip side, it also allowed him to meet with the residents who despite the neglect by the UDP have managed to persevere through hard work and determination – the vendors, mechanics, shopkeepers, taxi operators, domestic workers and so many others with diverse skills. The tour also highlighted the tremendous support the Party has been gaining in the Port Loyola Division as a result of the continued hard work of Gilroy Usher Sr. and the division’s Executive Committee.

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MY PERSPECTIVE By Dolores Balderamos Garcia

FOCUS ON FRENCH CREOLE

I have traveled to some fifteen Caribbean islands and countries, mostly in my work for the government over the past twenty or more years. Included in these have been Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Saint Maarten, and Surinam, along with the islands/countries of the English speaking Caribbean. I have not been to any French Caribbean territory, something that I regret and would like to 'correct,' as it were. I believe that one of my sisters has been to either Martinique or Guadeloupe. The Caribbean experience of culture and language is naturally extremely rich and exciting, and I was able to experience just a bit of it on the French Creole side by reading a novel gifted to me by my English professor sister, Dr. Lydia Baldermos Loskot of Galen University some years ago. The story is called “Mamzelle Dragonfly.” It was written by Martinican author Raphael Confiant. It was first written in French Creole, and then translated by the author into French. It was later translated into English by Linda Coverdale. It must have been most interesting to read in the original Creole or even in French. Alas, I only speak Belize Kriol, English and Spanish. The original title of the novel is “Mamzelle Libellule.” Dragonfly in Spanish is 'libelula,' and one can thus see the similarity of language from the Spanish to the French. The colonial experience in all corners of the Caribbean was very similar – oppression, slavery and indentured labour, sugar plantations and other exploitative endeavours which benefitted only the masters, expatriates, and ruling classes, as well as a widespread, sometimes dense, intermingling of cultures. These realities are on full display in “Mamzelle Dragonfly,” and the French Caribbean and Creole culture is deftly interwoven within the tale, complete with many Creole terms and figures of speech from the black Martinican community. The novel boasts an excellent Glossary of French and Creole folkloric terms like soukougnan (the folkloric old woman who sheds her skin at night to become a flying ball of fire and suck the blood of others to prolong her own life), krik-krak (the Francophone call and response for

storytelling in the French West Indies), bec-de-mer (a long swordfish beak which is used as a weapon), and doudou (the creole term of endearment for darling). These and many others are generously used in the story, and there was the Creole re-telling of the famous Anansi story of tiger as Anansi's riding horse. The biographical information on Raphael Confiant tells us that he became a strong proponent of the use of French Creole, and, together with other Martinican writers, created the Creolite movement as a reaction to the Negritude movement, which emphasized the African origins of Caribbean people. Creolite, on the other hand, emphasizes the diversity of Caribbean ancestry and cultural heritage, including Chinese, Indian, European and other influences, according to his biography. “The [Creolite] movement seeks to understand the diverse identities and histories of the people of the Antilles through the lens of literature and language and eschews the universal in favour of a diverse view of language and identity.” One can see and feel Confiant's world view emerge incisively in “Mamzelle Dragonfly.” And I believe that throughout the Caribbean we can see this view of diversity portrayed in the writings and literature of our various peoples. I wish I could discuss the novel “Mamzelle Dragonfly” here at more length. I think that in this short entry the most I can do by way of brief discussion is to try to whet readers' and students' appetite to delve more into the many writings of Mr. Confiant. I marvelled at his storytelling talent in this book, (it was thoroughly enjoyable), along with what has got to be an excellent translation by Ms. Coverdale. Even the bad words and bawdy terms get strong and crystal clear treatment from the translator, who no doubt must have much experience of the many Caribbean cultures from our islands and countries of the wider Caribbean. I greatly recommend “Mamzelle Dragonfly,” and I will try to get my hands on other novels by Raphael Confiant that have been highly praised by literary critics and authors who appreciate and portray all the rich cultures of our region.

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THINKING OUT LOUD BY: KEVIN BERNARD

I have been watching with interest the moves by the UDP to select a slate to contest here in Orange Walk for Municipal Elections. It seems they have been having some difficulty getting persons to commit, despite the best efforts of Elodio Aragon Jr. and Patrick Faber who may – and I stress may – become the new leader of the UDP, but certainly not the next Prime Minister of Belize. I have heard stories from inside the UDP camp of how Aragon and Faber have promised to fund the entire campaigns of certain persons including my friend Phillip de la Fuente, once a Mayor under the UDP and now a candidate for one of the alternative parties, I think. But nobody so far has been willing to put their names down for the UDP, and I think that there are very good reasons for that. One of those is that Elodio Aragon Jr. has not been able to inspire persons in Orange Walk. It is common knowledge in political circles that he has long been bad-mouthing Gaspar Vega and rejoiced in the demise of that individual. Some say Aragon and Faber may even have been in on the leaking of all those land documents to sink Vega. I don’t doubt that for a second because everybody knows that although he is a newcomer to politics, and although he has not proven himself in any significant way, El Odio considers himself the new UDP powerhouse in the north, replacing Vega. Unfortunately for the UDP, nobody else sees him that way. So nobody wants to sign up. Nobody even believes that he will be around for too much longer, since he has done absolutely nothing for the people of Orange Walk East. It appears that Mr. Aragon has fallen in love with the power of his position, and has forgotten the people who put him there. But it is really not for me to judge him. The people will do that when elections are called. Another reason why it has been so difficult for the UDP to field a slate in Orange Walk is because the people know that they are on the way out. Trust me, people may not jump up and protest every time there is an

abuse, or every time there is corruption or victimization or we are wronged, but we do not forget. Some of us may smile and wave at Gaspar Vega as he drives past us in his fancy vehicle, but we will not forget the millions gone from the Ministry of Natural Resources when he was Minister. We will not forget all the many parcels of land which found their way into his hands and the hands of his family members. We will not forget the $400,000 which his son was given, and which the people will never be able to get back. That one gift of $400,000 from father to son, in taxpayer dollars, is just about what the Orange Walk Town Council gets from Central Government in an entire year. So we have not forgotten, and nobody really wants to jump on the UDP bandwagon right now. And one very big reason for the difficulty in the UDP finding a slate is that the people of Orange Walk are satisfied with the performance of the current Council. I am proud to say that we have been transparent and accountable throughout our terms in office. We have not played politics with the residents of our community. We have been responsible with the people’s money. We have included residents in all our decision-making processes. We have put the interests of ALL our residents before anything else and we have worked hard in our jurisdiction – all the time. This is not about boasting and not about patting ourselves on the back because this is what we were elected to do. We were elected to work for all regardless of political affiliation. We don’t care if you voted UDP or PUP. You are a resident of Orange Walk Town and we are here to serve you. End of story. What has happened in Orange Walk is what should have happened in every municipality across this country. We have proven that we don’t need Central Government to function. With the constant support of the community, and by showing the community that we are worthy of their confidence, we are getting the work done. And it will continue, God and people willing.


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19 Fix Helen Middleton Street

Only a Matter of Time

A good friend of mine, incidentally firmly entrenched in the UDP camp, sent me a clipping of a story – a Trinidadian man arrested and charged for a Facebook post in which he stated that somebody should rape the wife and daughter of the Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley. I suspect this friend may have sent me this clipping in particular because of my political Facebook posts. I cannot understand why because when posting about my Prime Minister and his administration I am invariably saccharine sweet and complimentary. Maybe he doesn’t understand that when I refer to Ministers as corrupt, incompetent jackasses I mean it in the nicest possible way. But seriously, though, I posted that clipping on my page and the comments in response were interesting. Of course, there are those who condemn the Trinidadian’s Facebook post calling down violence on the Prime Minister’s wife and daughter as vile, unacceptable and intolerable no matter what. Then there are those who feel that while that man’s post may seem outrageous, it is born not from a sincere wish to see the wife and daughter of the Prime Minister raped, but from frustration and anger that the Prime Minister seems unaware of the plight of the people and needs to be woken up. My feeling is this, and I have no apology for it. I understand exactly where that Trinidadian man was coming from. I understand his Facebook message. I understand his frustration and I understand what he was trying to do. See, in the normal course of things when people have valid concerns there are options available to them. In Trinidad or in Belize, when persons have valid concerns there must be somewhere they can turn to get those concerns addressed. In Trinidad or Belize, some body, some entity, some individual should always be in place to listen, and to provide succour in cases where the concerns require it. So what do you do when nobody is listening? Where do you go when there is nowhere to go? How can to send a message to people who don’t know or care that you exist except on Election Day? What are your options when the systems put in place fail you and the people put in place ignore you?

I get so angry sometimes that words fail me, and words generally don’t fail me. I have wanted to post things similar to what this dude in Trinidad posted – not the content but certainly the sentiment which is that you people in government need to frigging wake up. Just the other day I was furious when the Prime Minister stood up in the House to say that we are living in a violent country, because he was just saying that. He isn’t concerned. He doesn’t care. He doesn’t feel for those who have lost loved ones. He doesn’t lose sleep when children are killed innocently. I don’t think he even notices. And it makes me angry. It makes me want to wish bad on him. It makes me think that maybe something has to happen to a member of his family to make him understand what we as a people are going through. The situation with Gaspar Vega makes me angry – to the point that sometimes I don’t even know what to say about it anymore. This man is a thief. He stole from us. He is a corrupt, despicable individual who used his position in office to enrich himself and his family members. That $400,000 that he gave his son Andre is only one example of his abuse of office. It all makes me want to vomit. And it’s okay because he is one of the untouchables. Despite all the evidence of his wrongdoing nothing will happen to him. Then I see him smiling and wealthy, driving around in his fancy SUV and I know for a fact that he fills up at the pumps for free – well free for him but we taxpayers will foot the bill. And it genuinely pisses me off. It makes me want to wish bad on Gaspar Vega. And on his family members who participated knowingly in the corruption and benefitted from it while there are those of us out here who can barely get by. Sometimes I honestly have to pause, take a moment and ask God to cool me down. And I’m being dead serious. These jackasses take us all for fools. They rob from us. They abuse us. They lie to us. They victimize us. And then they laugh at us because they believe there is absolutely nothing we can do about it. They think that they can do whatever they will with us and we just have to accept it. I think that they are wrong. Dead wrong. I understand that Facebook post from that Trinidadian guy. The travesty is that he will be punished by the full weight of the law – the same law that ignores the stinking corruption of our politicians. That is the real crime here. That is the real tragedy. Only a matter of time.

By Gilroy Usher Sr. Helen Middleton Street (HMS) is the last street to the west of Central American Blvd. in Belize City. This street is home to many residents including well-known Pastor Melvin Davis. It’s also home to a number of small businesses such as August Auto-electrical shop and Pastor Davis’ transport service. Helen Middleton Street is also used daily by scores of pedestrians or persons on bicycles or in vehicles, who need to reach work or conduct business at the Customs Department or Port of Belize. The street is also used to take numerous containers and heavy equipment to and from the port. Residents and small businesses on this street pay thousands of dollars in taxes to the Belize City Council every year. Additionally, use of this street greatly enhances Central Government’s collection of millions of dollars in revenue from the Customs Department and Port of Belize every month. Despite such importance Helen Middleton Street is one of the many abandoned streets on Southside Belize City. This street is in a really deplorable state. It has at least four very large dirty waterholes. With absolutely no drain on either side, the least rain causes it to become a lagoon which floods the auto-electrical shop and several homes and yards for days. The Belize City Council is responsible for the proper maintenance of the streets of this municipality including those on southside. How can Mayor Bradley and his councillors force people to use such a deplorable street? Would the Mayor and his councillors feel happy if they had to bail water out of their homes or businesses with the least rain? Children and adults often have to walk barefeet or with rubber boots to avoid soiling their regular footwear in the filthy water on Helen Middleton Street. The situation is that bad. Due to its terrible condition HMS is also a wrecker for vehicles, but people can’t do better. They have to move around in the area.

Out of all the taxes the Belize City Council collects, its huge monthly subvention from government, the $20 million bond that all city residents have to pay back and $10 million from PetroCaribe for streets for the last six years Mayor Bradley and his councillors have not used even a dollar of all that money to fill the huge water holes on Helen Middleton Street or build a drain to channel the water out of the area. The council is responsible for the constant flooding on Helen Middleton Street; nevertheless, it hounds the residents and businesses of the area to collect all the taxes owed to the Council in full. People on the street can’t owe the council a penny for trade license, property tax or any kind of fee. They either pay up in full or the council chops off its service. City residents also need to remember that despite the terrible neglect of Helen Middleton Street and most of the other streets on Southside Belize City, the current Mayor and his councilors who all have other jobs have raised their salaries so much that they are among the highest paid persons in the city. No money to fix streets on Southside – nobody’s buying that. These people, who were once humble ordinary persons before they got to City Hall six years ago, now live large. They now have fancy rides with heavily tinted glass to prevent people from seeing them; stylish mansions on paved streets, private schools for children, and holidays abroad among other things like the rich and famous. About two months before the City Council election in March next year, the Council will suddenly remember Helen Middleton Street. They will then throw some stones in the huge water holes in the area, make a little drain and tell the people they care about the Southside. The people should not fall for that empty talk. They should use their Xs to vote the entire set out of office for only remembering the needs of Southside residents at election time.


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Se desconocen las causas del desplome de avión en EE. UU.

CHOQUE DE AVIÓN MILITAR KC-130 ES EL PEOR ACCIDENTE DESDE EL 2001 Autoridades investigan las causas de caída de avión militar en Tennessee.

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Donald Trump hijo está en la mira por reunión secreta con abogada rusa

ABOGADA RUSA CONFIRMA QUE TRUMP JR. QUERÍA INFORMACIÓN SOBRE CLINTON Crece la presión contra la Casa Blanca por nuevas revelaciones sobre Donald Trump Jr. y abogada rusa Por AFP y AP / Washington 11 de Julio de 2017 La abogada Natalia Veselnitskaya dio a conocer que recibió una llamada telefónica de un hombre al que no conocía y se le dijo que se reuniera con Trump hijo. Dijo que no tenía información sobre la campaña de Clinton y que jamás trabajó para el gobierno ruso. “Yo solo sabía que Donald Trump hijo estaba dispuesto a reunirse conmigo”, dijo por intermedio de un traductor. Acerca de Clinton comentó: “Es muy posible que tal vez buscaran información. Realmente la querían”. La sombra de la injerencia rusa en los comicios presidenciales de Estados Unidos se cernía nuevamente sobre el presidente Donald Trump, quien se declaró dispuesto a “trabajar constructivamente” con Moscú, luego de que su hijo mayor reconociera haberse reunido con una abogada rusa en plena campaña electoral, obligando al Congreso a armar una comisión para investigar el caso. El diario The New York Times, que reveló la información, aseguró, citando participantes de la reunión, que Donald Trump Jr. acudió a la cita con la promesa de obtener “información dañina” sobre la candidata demócrata, Hillary Clinton. El hijo mayor del mandatario estuvo presuntamente acompañado por su cuñado y asesor presidencial, Jared Kushner, y el entonces director de la campaña de Trump, Paul Manafort. El encuentro tuvo lugar en junio de 2016 en Nueva York. “Enseguida fue evidente que no tenía información significativa”, señaló. Según él, la abogada habló luego de un programa para la adopción de niños rusos por parejas estadounidenses que Putin suspendió. Trump Jr. reconoció en un comunicado enviado al periódico neoyorquino haber hablado con la abogada Natalia Veselnitskaya, pero precisó que ésta “afirmó tener información sobre personas conectadas con Rusia, que financiaban el Comité Nacional Demócrata y apoyaban a Clinton”. “Enseguida fue evidente que no tenía información significativa”, señaló. Según él, la abogada habló luego de un pro-

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11 de Julio de 2017 El choqe de un avión militar que dejó 16 muertos la noche de este lunes es el peor accidente de una aeronave estadounidense de ese tipo desde 2001. El avión de transporte de tipo Hércules perteneciente al Cuerpo de Infantería de Marina estadounidense (Marines) se estrelló en el sureño estado de Mississippi, provocando la muerte de 16 militares, informó este martes esa institución. “Un avión de transporte KC-130 del Cuerpo de Marines se estrelló en el Condado de Leflore, Mississippi, el 10 de julio a aproximadamente las 4 PM hora del centro (2200 GMT), cobrando la vida de 16 miembros del servicio”, informó un vocero de los Marines. La misma fuente añadió en su

nota oficial que las causas del accidente aún son desconocidas y que el episodio está bajo investigación. De acuerdo con la institución, la aeronave había despegado de la base aérea de Cherry Point, en Carolina del Norte, pero desapareció de los radares de control aéreo después de ingresar al espacio aéreo de Mississippi. En la red Twitter, el presidente Donald Trump definió la noticia como “dolorosa”. “Melania y yo les enviamos nuestras profundas condolencias a todos”, dijo en Twitter. El periódico local Clarion-Ledger dijo que los bomberos acudieron al lugar del accidente y cubrieron el avión con espuma para combatir el incendio. El avión se estrelló en un campo de cultivos de soja en el límite entre los condados de Sunflower y Leflore, indicó el periódico. Fotografías y un video subidas al sitio web del diario muestran columnas de humo negro que emergen de un campo. La prensa estadounidense informó que agentes especializados del FBI también ya se encuentran en el lugar del accidente. El gobernador de Mississippi, Phil Bryant, pidió en las redes sociales “oraciones por aquellos que sufren por esta tragedia. Nuestros hombres y mujeres uniformados se arriesgan a diario para asegurar nuestra libertad”. Este es el peor accidente de avión militar en Estados Unidos desde 2001: ese año, un avión bimotor se estrelló en el estado de Georgia, en el sudeste del país, provocando la muerte de 23 pasajeros. En unos 20 años hubo una media docena de accidentes de este tipo, el último fue en 2012, con cuatro muertos. El Cuerpo de Marines informó que los nombres de los 16 soldados fallecidos no serían divulgados hasta que todas las familias sean informadas del desastre.

Hay más de mil manifestantes presos en Venezuela, dice ONU Efectivos arrestan a una manifestante en Caracas, Venezuela.

Continúa la tensión en Venezuela mientras que la ONU revela que tres mil 600 manifestantes han sido arrestados en cien días de protestas. Por EFE y AFP / Washington 11 de Julio de 2017 La Oficina del alto comisionado de la ONU para derechos humanos dijo este martes que el paso de prisión a arresto domiciliario del opositor venezolano Leopoldo Lópezes “un paso inicial en la buena dirección”, pero recordó que más de un millar de personas siguen detenidas en relación con las manifestaciones. En concreto, sostuvo que

tres mil 600 personas sufrieron detención en los tres meses que llevan las protestas en Venezuela y que -según informaciones que ha recibido de organizaciones civiles- más de mil cien siguen detenidas. Sobre el caso de López, el alto comisionado agregó que éste sigue privado de su libertad y ello pese a que el Grupo de Trabajo de Naciones Unidas sobre Detenciones Arbitrarias estudió su caso y determinó que el arresto del líder opositor es

arbitrario y, por lo tanto, ilegal. Ese órgano recibe y analiza denuncias sobre detenciones arbitrarias que ocurren en todo el mundo. “Pedimos la liberación inmediata de todos aquellos detenidos de forma arbitraria, incluidos aquellos que han sido juzgados por tribunales militares”, señaló el alto comisionado mediante una declaración por escrito. “Esperamos que la decisión de la Corte Suprema (en relación con López) contribuya a Cont’do pagina 21


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Anuncian muerte de Al Bagdadi, líder del EI, por enésima vez Abú Bakr al Bagdadi, cuya muerte fue anunciada el martes por una ONG siria, era el hombre más buscado del mundo. Por AFP 11 de Julio de 2017 Discreto, fue progresivamente ganando galones hasta convertirse en el indiscutible jefe del grupo yihadista Estado Islámico (EI), cuyo califato pierde cada día más terreno. La muerte del líder yihadista de 46 años fue “confirmada por altos responsables del EI” presentes en Siria, indicó el Observatorio Sirio de Derechos Humanos (OSDH), que no está en medida de decir cuándo, cómo y donde murió. En los últimos años circularon frecuentes rumores e informaciones sobre la muerte de Al Bagdadi, pero jamás fueron confirmados. En junio, Rusia afirmó que probablemente habría matado al jefe del EI en un bombardeo aéreo, realizado a fines de mayo cerca de Raqa, en Siria. El “fantasma” o “califa Ibrahim”, como era llamado, hizo su única aparición pública en un video, grabado en una mezquita de Mosul y difundido en julio de 2014, cuando proclamó su “califato”. Llevaba barba gris, turbante y ropa oscura. Mosul, que permaneció tres años bajo el yugo del EI, fue reconquistado este lunes por las fuerzas iraquíes. El pasado mes de noviembre, Al Furqan, un medio de comu-

nicación afiliado al EI, difundió un mensaje sonoro en el que un hombre al que identificaba como Al Bagdadi llamaba a sus tropas a resistir frente al avance del ejército iraquí en Mosul. e dice que Al Bagdadi habría abandonado Mosul -segunda ciudad de Irak- a principios de 2017, y que fue visto en varios lugares cercanos a la frontera entre Siria e Irak. Estados Unidos ofrecía US$25 millones por su captura. EE. UU. no puede confirmarlo El gobierno de Estados Unidos dijo este martes que no tiene información para confirmar la muerte del líder del grupo yihadista Estado Islámico (EI), Abú

Bakr al Bagdadi, tal y como anunció una ONG. El teniente general Stephen Townsend, que dirige la coalición internacional contra la red islamista, señaló que ha oído “todo tipo de rumores” sobre Al Bagdadi. “No tengo ni idea” sobre su estado, declaró en una videoconferencia desde Bagdad. “Espero que esté más que muerto. Y si no lo está, lo estará en cuanto lo encontremos”. El Observatorio Sirio de Derechos Humanos (OSDH), una organización que monitorea el conflicto en Siria desde que estalló en 2011, dijo este martes que responsables del EI le confirmaron el fallecimiento de su líder. “Nos hemos enterado hoy [por martes], pero ignoramos cuándo y cómo ha muerto”, precisó Rami Abdel Rahman, director de la ONG. Al Bagdadi ha sido dado por muerto varias veces. De confirmarse, supondría un duro golpe para el grupo yihadista, que acaba de perder el control de Mosul, la ciudad iraquí donde el líder islamista declaró hace tres años su “califato”.

Hay más de mil manifestantes presos en Venezuela, dice ONU Cont’do de pagina 20 reducir las tensiones y a crear buenas condiciones para un diálogo entre el Gobierno y la oposición”, señaló. La ONG Foro Penal Venezolano sostiene que se han registrado 431 “presos políticos” desde el pasado 1 de abril, cuando se inició la ola de manifestaciones que han provocado 91 muertos hasta ahora. No obstante, los casos de “presos políticos” más mediatizados anteceden a estas protestas, como es el caso de López, acusado de alentar la violencia en una movilización antigubernamental en 2014, que se saldó con 43 muertos, y que por esta razón fue condenado a 14 años de prisión. Otros emblemáticos presos que entran en esta categoría es el alcalde de San Cristóbal, capital del estado Táchira (oeste), Daniel Ceballos, así como el alcalde metropolitano de Caracas, Antonio Ledezma. Continúa violencia Fuerzas de seguridad y manifestantes se enfrentaron este lunes en varias ciudades de Venezuela, con saldo de un muerto y decenas de heridos, durante bloqueos de calles realizados por la oposición contra la Asamblea Constituyente convocada por el presidente Nicolás Maduro.

El Ministerio Público informó en Twitter que investigará “la muerte de un joven de 16 años durante una manifestación” en la localidad de La Isabelica, estado Carabobo (norte), donde ocurrieron refriegas. En otro incidente, el candidato a la Constituyente José Luis Rivas murió tras haber recibido varios disparos en un acto de campaña en la ciudad de Maracay, estado Aragua (centro). La Fiscalía, que no dio detalles, investiga lo ocurrido. Además, nueve militares resultaron heridos: siete por la explosión de un artefacto lanzado por manifestantes en Caracas y dos por disparos cuando despejaban barricadas en las localidades de La Tahona y San Antonio, estado Miranda (norte), confirmó el general Sergio Rivero, comandante de la Guardia Nacional. El alcalde capitalino de Chacao (este), Ramón Muchacho, dijo a la AFP que al menos 21 personas resultaron heridas en los disturbios. Con cuerdas y barricadas

con árboles y basura, los opositores realizaron el “trancazo” de 10 horas, convocado por la Mesa de la Unidad Democrática (MUD) para impulsar un plebiscito contra la Asamblea Constituyente impulsada por Maduro. “El domingo (día del plebiscito) será el acto de desobediencia civil más importante”, declaró el diputado opositor Freddy Guevara. Sin el poder electoral, al que acusa de oficialista,la MUD organizó el plebiscito simbólico confiada en mostrar un rechazo masivo a la Constituyente, un suprapoder con el que Maduro -según la oposición- busca perpetuarse en el poder. La Iglesia Católica, que calificó al Gobierno de “dictadura”, pidió este lunes a Maduro “retirar” de forma “urgente” su proyecto y “devolverle” la institucionalidad democrática al país. En medio de una severa crisis económica y política, Venezuela vive desde hace 101 días una ola de protestas que deja 93 muertos.

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grama para la adopción de niños rusos por parejas estadounidenses que Putin suspendió. El hijo de Trump dijo además que las adopciones fueron “el verdadero tema del encuentro y las afirmaciones sobre información potencialmente útil (sobre Clinton) fueron un pretexto para llevar a cabo la reunión”. Varias agencias estadounidenses, incluyendo el FBI, investigan la presunta colusión entre Rusia y miembros del equipo de campaña de Trump, quien rechaza categóricamente esa hipótesis. “Mucho ruido por nada” El abogado del hijo de Trump, Alan Futerfas, calificó los informes como “mucho ruido por nada”. En una declaración enviada a la AFP, Futerfas dijo que el hijo de Trump había sido contactado por un individuo llamado Rob Goldstone, descrito por el Times como un publicista y exreportero de un diario británico. Goldstone sugirió en un e-mail que cierta “gente tenía información concerniente a supuestas malas acciones de la líder del Partido Demócrata, Hillary Clinton, en sus tratos con Rusia”, dijo Futerfas. Afirmó que Trump Jr. no sabía qué información específica sería discutida en la reunión, que duró de 20 a 30 minutos. “No salió nada. Su padre no sabía nada sobre eso. La conclusión es que Donald hijo no hizo nada malo”, indicó Futerfas, agregando que su cliente cooperaría en cualquier investigación. Aunque Trump Jr., quien administra los asuntos de la Organización Trump, no es parte del Gobierno, sus funciones durante la campaña, así como la presencia en esa reunión de dos pesos pesados del equipo electoral -Kushner y Manafort- forzaron a la Casa Blanca a dar explicaciones. “La reunión fue muy corta y no hubo una siguiente”, dijo Sarah Huckabee Sanders, portavoz de la presidencia, añadiendo que el mandatario solo supo del encuentro “hace pocos días”. “El presidente no estaba al tanto y no asistió al encuentro”, dijo en tanto a la AFP Mark Corallo, portavoz del abogado particular del mandatario. Pero las explicaciones no fueron suficientes para apaciguar al Congreso, donde una comisión del Senado investigará la reunión. “Es la primera vez que el público ha visto pruebas claras de, al menos, un intento del equipo de campaña de Trump de obtener información, en este caso proveniente de un potencial agente extranjero, que podría haber interferido con los esfuerzos de campaña de Hillary Clinton”, dijo a CNN el vicepresidente demócrata de la Comisión de Inteligencia del Senado, Mark Warner. La senadora republicana Susan Collins apuntó que esa comisión “necesita entrevistar” a Trump Jr. y a los otros participantes de la reunión. El hijo mayor del presidente rápidamente aceptó, al menos en principio, la invitación: “Contento de trabajar con la Comisión para transmitir lo que sé”, escribió en Twitter. La noticia llegó horas después de que Trump publicara el domingo una serie de tuits tras su primer cara a cara con Putin durante el G20. Los dos mandatarios evocaron el tema de la supuesta injerencia rusa en la campaña estadounidense, algo que envenena las relaciones entre los dos países. Trump, que nunca ha aceptado la tesis de las agencias de inteligencia de su país, dijo haber interrogado “enérgicamente dos veces al presidente Putin sobre una interferencia rusa en nuestra elección” . “Él lo negó vehementemente” , añadió. Revela correos El hijo mayor del presidente estadounidense Donald Trump divulgó este martes los correos electrónicos en los que aceptó una reunión con una abogada rusa, que prometió aportar datos comprometedores sobre la candidata demócrata, Hillary Clinton, en plena campaña electoral de 2016. En uno de los mensajes, Donald Trump Jr. escribió que le “encantaría” recibir esa información. El encuentro se produjo en junio del año pasado en Nueva York.


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JUSTICE FOR LITTLE GIRLS IN BELIZE The death of 13year old Faye Lin Cannon, a young American girl living on Ambergris Caye with her American adoptive parents, has shocked the nation. As relayed on various news outlets, the post mortem examination has revealed the young girl was physically and sexually abused and to such extent that she had a chest compression that broke her ribs whereby one punctured her heart. This is an extremely distressing, tragic situation with very troubling details emerging. A community is outraged. A nation is stunned. The country is demanding Justice for Faye. The community of Ambergris Caye, particularly San Pedro town, has been vocal in their condemnation and their frustration with what they have observed as neglect and a questionable living environment for this young girl and for other young girls on the island. They took to the island streets on Friday and Saturday of last week to protest and have their voices heard. The Department of Human Services in its official statement on this young girl’s death voiced “It is unfortunate that the abuse of our children continues to be an everyday occurrence. In 2016, the Ministry received and investigated 1,485 reports of child abuse and neglect and is aware that many more cases go unreported”.This number is staggering. There was no statement made to how it compared to previous years or how it is trending for the current year. The Mayor of San Pedro Town on Ambergris Caye, Daniel Guerrero stated, “Well it’s definitely a very sad incident

and it's an isolated incident also and yes the entire town got shocked. Everybody kind of hurt - it touches your heart and I am of the opinion that as the population grows we will be seeing things like this. It's not something we would want to see, but people need to be real”. This statement too is staggering. Gender violence and child abuse, no matter the size of the population or the increase in growth, can never be accepted and efforts have to be put in place to prevent it from occurring and to aggressively arrest the situation when it does occur. Justice demands that a thorough investigation be had including from the time of arrival into the country to ensure that no process or procedure was circumvented at the immigration department with these adoptive parents ‘entry and residence’ in Belize. Justice demands that a thorough assessment of the Human Services department be done to see where the system may have failed or has shortcomings. Justice demands, not only for Faye Lin Cannon, but for all young girls who have been abused and murdered and left unsolved, that the authorities professionally and properly investigate this case. Justice demands that citizens report cases of suspected abuse and neglect of our children. This was a horrific tragedy. The weight of the silence of various organizations and groups across the country has not gone unnoticed and has to be broken today and moving forward. Be the change you want to see. Connect.

Join the movement by contacting belizeuwg@gmail.com or call 677-9168. Your voice matters in helping to create the next Women’s Agenda of the PUP.

Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd., a company duly registered under the Companies Act, Chapter 250 of the Laws of Belize, Revised Edition, 2000, and having its registered office at Cor. Albert and Bishop Streets, Belize City, Belize, hereby gives notice of its intention to exercise its power of sale as Mortgagee under a Deed of Mortgage made the 5th day of March 2009, between ABEL PIXABAJ of Silk Grass Village, Stann Creek District, Belize (hereinafter called “the Borrower”) of the one part and SCOTIABANK (BELIZE) LIMITED (hereinafter called “the Mortgagee”) of the other part, and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 2009 at Folios 729-754, the said Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd. will at the expiration of two months from the date of the first publication of this notice sell the property described in the schedule hereto. All offers to purchase the said property must be made in writing and full particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained from the said Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd. SCHEDULE ALL THAT lot, piece or parcel of land situate in Independence Village Extension, Stann Creek District, being Lot No. 33 containing 721.032 square meters, bounded and described as shown on a plan of survey signed by E. H. Arzu, Licensed Land Surveyor, dated the 3rd day of February, 2000 and recorded at the office of the Commissioner of Lands and Surveys in Belmopan in Entry No. 4852 Register No. 22, TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. DATED this 5th day of July, 2017. MUSA & BALDERAMOS LLP 91 North Front Street Belize City Attorneys-at-Law for Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd.

PUBLIC AUCTION SALE BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE HOLY REDEEMER CREDIT UNION LIMITED, a Licensed Public Auctioneer will sell the following property at the place and time as listed. At the Parking Lot across the street from the office of Holy Redeemer Credit Union Limited, No. 1 Hyde’s Lane, Belize City on Tuesday July 18, 2017 at 10:00a.m. ALL THAT piece or parcel or block of land being Block No. 41 consisting of 49 Acres situate along the San Ignacio – Benque Viejo Road, Cayo being such land comprised in MINISTER’S FIAT GRANT No. 800 of 1999 dated 16th October 1999 and more particularly shown and delineated on a Plan of Survey No. 800 of 1999 recorded at the Office of the Commissioner of Lands and Surveys, Belmopan, Cayo District as Plan No. 1514 TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon, the freehold property of MINOR CASTELLANOS DATED this 4th day of July 2017 All sales are strictly cash and deemed final. For more information contact: HOLY REDEEMER CREDIT UNION LIMITED 1 HYDE’S LANE, BELIZE CITY, BELIZE Phone: (501) 224-5644 Fax: (501) 223-0738 Email: manager@hrcubelize.org


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MEGA PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES, VEHICLES & CHATTELS Belize, Corozal, Orange Walk, Cayo, Stann Creek & Toledo Districts BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following MEGA PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES, VEHICLES & CHATTELS Belize, Corozal, Orange Walk, Cayo, Stann Creek & Toledo properties at Districts the locations, dates and times below listed: BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following properties

at the locations, dates and times below listed: ****************************Cayo District Properties**************************** Location, Date & Time of Sale: In front Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd. Constitution Drive, Belmopan, Cayo District on Monday 17th July 2017 at 10:00 am. 1. Parcels 5483, 5484 & 5495 Belmopan, Cayo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS Belmopan 20 5483, 5484 & 5495 (Being 3 parcels containing 1045.275 square meters each. Parcel 5484 and Parcel 5495 are one behind the other providing street to street access while 5483 is across the street situated in Belmopan being the freehold property of Mrs. Anita Pascascio) 2. Parcel 1217 Roaring Creek Village, Cayo District:

8. Parcel No. 2503 Shawville, Kontiki Area, San Ignacio, Cayo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Ignacio South 23 2503 (Being Lot containing 464.698 square meters four miles from downtown San Ignacio situated in the Kontiki Area, San Ignacio Town. The freehold property of Mr. Manuel & Mrs. Amy Leiva) ************************Belize District Properties************************** Location, Date & Time of Sale: At No. 170 Beltex Avenue, Belama Phase 1, Belize City on Tuesday th 18 July 2017 at 6:00 pm: 1.

Lot No. 319 Mile 8 ½ George Price Highway, Belize District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 580.635 S.M./694.44 S.Y. being Lot No. 319 situate north of the George Price Highway, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a vacant parcel of land situate near Mile 8 ½ George Price Highway, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Marciana McKoy) 2. Lot No. 259 Maxboro, Sandhill Village, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Society Hall 24 1217 (Being a bungalow concrete structure with [1,314 sq. ft.] – 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen + laundry room and porch areas situated in Roaring Creek Village being the Freehold property of Ms. Erlett Lozano & Mr. Elroy Dougal) 3. Parcel No. 368 San Ignacio North, Cayo District:

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ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 259 situate in Sandhill Development Project, near Mile 16 Northern Highway, Belize District containing 952.087 square meters TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [2865 sq. ft.] and Lot [100 x 100] containing 4 Bedrooms + 2 ½ Bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen situate in Maxboro Estates, Sandhill Village Extension, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Rodolfo Gutierrez) Lot No. 152 Belize American Site, Hattieville, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Ignacio North 23 368 Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [423.27 S.M.] situate in San Ignacio North, Cayo District, the freehold property of Mr. Steve Bowen) 4. Parcel No. 1323/1 Ontario Village, Cayo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Society Hall 24 1323/1 (Being a 2 storey concrete structure with [1,788 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor is concrete with 1 bedroom + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen & porch area. Second Floor is wooden with 4 bedrooms and porch area situated in Ontario Village being the leasehold property of Mr. Gilbert Rhaburn) 5. Parcel No. 2284 Ontario Village, Cayo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Society Hall 24 2284 (Being a bungalow concrete structure with [781 sq. ft.] - 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining & kitchen situated in Ontario Village being the Freehold property of Mr. Lyle Banner) 6. Parcel No. 2427/1 Ontario Village, Cayo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Society Hall 24 2427/1 (Being a bungalow concrete structure with [1,218 sq. ft.] - 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and laundry room situated in Ontario Village being the leasehold property of Mr. Humberto & Mrs. Shelmadine Patt) 7. Parcel No. 786 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Elena, Cayo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 827.78 square yards being Lot 152 situate near Mile 17 George Price Highway, Hattieville, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections. (Being a two storey concrete multi family structure [3,943 sq. ft.] containing: Ground Floor - 2 bedrooms + 1 bath + open living area + covered entry verandah + rear covered porch: First Floor - Incomplete including 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + open living area, the freehold property of Mr. Crispin Jeffries) 4. Parcel No. 79 Mitchell Estate Area, Ladyville, Belize District:

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ALL THAT LEASEHOLD piece or parcel of land containing 605.225 S. M. being Lot 10 situate near Mile 4 ½ George Price Highway, Belize City TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and mechanical workshop and lot [605.225 S.M.] situate near Mile 4 ½ George Price Highway, Belize City, the leasehold property of Mr. Guillermo Cruz) 6. Lot No. 482 Regent Street West, Belize City:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Santa Elena/Cayo 23 786 (Being a 2 storey concrete structure with [2,268 sq. ft.] – contains 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen & gazebo/porch area on the property situated in Santa Elena Town being the Freehold property of Mr. Ricardo Martin)

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Vista del Mar 16 79/1 (Being an elevated metal/plycem building [1,539 sq. ft.] containing 5 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen and second structure 320 sq. ft. concrete building used as a restaurant and lot [818.542 S.M.] situate in the Mitchell Estate Area, Ladyville, the leasehold property of Mr. Kenroy Cattouse) Lot No. 10 Mile 4 ½ George Price Highway, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Albert/Mesop 45 1641 (Being a two storey concrete building [2,135 sq. ft.] containing 10 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms (rental property, the freehold property of Mr. Lisbey Leal) Lot No. 775 Tropical Park, Western Highway, Belize District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 724.665 s. m. being Lot 775 situate at Tropical Park, Western Highway, Belize District. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house containing 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [724.665 s. m] situate at Tropical Park, Western Highway, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Orissa Molina) 8. Parcel No. 838 Lake Independence, Belize City:


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living/dining/kitchen + covered porch situate in Hattieville, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Anna Mejia) 16. Parcel No. 4982 Sylvia Flores Street, Belama Phase 4, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Lake Independence 45 838 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,336 sq ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + bathroom + living/dining/kitchen & laundry room situate in Lake Independence, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Kareem Goff & Ms. Sharon Baird) 9. Lot No. 137 Corner West & Basra Streets, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Caribbean Shores/Belize 16 4982 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [816 sq. ft.] 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + verandah on Sylvia Flores Street, Belama Phase 4, Belize City, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Dale Bowen) 17. Lot No. 48 Regent Street, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Albert/Mesop 45 436 (Being a two storey concrete building [4,675 sq. ft.] 25% residential - 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dinind/kitchen & 75% commercial/warehouse - glass windows + tiled floors + office spaces + ½ bathroom + kitchenette; remaining portion - warehouse and lot [346.900 S.M.] situate at Lot No. 137 Corner West and Basra Streets, Belize City, the freehold property of Messrs. Tenchtronics Communications Limited) 10. Lot No. 61 Amara Avenue, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Albert/Mesop 45 1494 (Being a two storey timber structure and lot [238.800 S.M.] situate at No. 48 Regent Street, Belize City, the freehold property of Messrs. Drug Wholesale Depot) 18. Parcel No. 1203 Corner Barrack Road & Hyde’s Lane, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Albert/Mesop 45 206 (Being a two storey timber/concrete building [2,076 sq. ft.] commercial ground floor + residential first floor and lot [415.100 S.M.] situate at No. 48 Regent Street, Belize City, the freehold property of Messrs. Tenchtronics Communications Limited) 11. Lot No. 45 Usher Street, Lord’s Bank Village, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Fort George/Pickstock 45 1203 (Being a two storey concrete/timber structure and lot [151.150 S.M.] situate at Corner Barrack Road and Hyde’s Lane, Belize City, the freehold property of Messrs. Drug Wholesale Depot) 19. Lot No. 39 Fresh Pond Area, Burrell Boom Pine Ridge, Boom/Hattieville Road, Belize District

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 45 Usher Lane Lord's Bank, Ladyville Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [628 sq. ft.] 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + porch situate on Usher Street, Lord’s Bank Village, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Glenn Garcia) 12. Lot No. 323 Maxbora, Sandhill, Belize District:

ALL THAT piece of land containing 956.733 square meters, being Lot #323 situate in Sandhill (Maxboro Area) Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. The subject property has a single family raised bungalow concrete structure designed as a two bedroom, one bathroom, laundry and open plan facilitating the standard kitchen, living & Dining areas, and an entry verandah and a porch. The structure has a gross area of 676 sq ft. There is an incomplete addition to the residence with an area of 374 sq ft. he timber structure has an area of 259 sq ft. piece or parcel of land situate in Hattieville in the Belize District being lot No. 138 containing 1,451.80 square yards. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [676 sq. ft.] 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + laundry + entry verandah + porch situate + incomplete addition [374 sq. ft.] and lot [956.733 S.M.] situate in Maxboro, Sandhill, Belize District, the leasehold property of Ms. Judith Cruz & Mr. Cedric Cruz) 13. Parcel No. 246 Maskall Village Road, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Belize Rural North 11 246/1 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,401 sq. ft.] 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + covered entry porch and lot situate on Maskall Village Road, Belize District, the leasehold property of Ms. Sherett Brackett & Mr. Ammon Brackett) 14. Lot No. 164 Neal Pen Road, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Queen Square West 45 1406 (Being a two storey concrete house [2430 sq. ft.] (each floor) 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [301.016 S.M.] situate at No. 164 Neal Pen Road, Belize City, the freehold property of Ms. Sharon Burgess) 15. Lot No. 138 Hattieville, Belize District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land situate in Hattieville in the Belize District being lot No. 138 containing 1,451.80 square yards TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,152 sq. ft.] 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom +

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 1,144.70 Square Yards being Lot No. 39 situate in Boom Pine Ridge Area on the Boom-Hattieville Road, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [854 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and Lot [1,144.70 SY] situate in Fresh Pond, Burrell Boom Pine Ridge, Boom-Hattieville Road, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Letricia Lamb and Ms. Ian Phillips) 20. Parcel No. 873 Vernon Street, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Lake Independence 45 873 (Being two storey multifamily concrete/stone residential structure [3,214 sq. ft.] containing Four (4) Units each having 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen (2 units per floor) + storage facility adjoining structure on ground floor and lot situate on Vernon Street, Belize City, the freehold property of Mr. Cleveland Davis) 21. Lot No. 85 Fresh Pond Area, Burrell Boom Pine Ridge, Boom/Hattieville Road, Belize District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 899.72 SM being Lot No. 85 situate in Boom Pine Ridge Area on the Boom Hattieville Road, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [915 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + covered entry porch and Lot [899.720 SM] situate in Fresh Pond, Burrell Boom Pine Ridge, Boom-Hattieville Road, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Antuanetta Gillett) 22. Lot No. 128 Lords Bank Village, Belize District:

ALL THOSE freehold interest in all that piece or parcel of land being Lot 128 containing 465.064 square meters situate in Lords Bank Village, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections. (Being a vacant lot containing 465.064 square meters, the freehold property of Mr. Edward Young) 23. Lot No. 75 Western Paradise Village, Mile 8 George Price Highway, Belize District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 430.636 S.M. being Lot 75 situate on the south side of the George Price Highway, Mile 8, Western Paradise, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being theron. (Being a concrete two storey mix use building [6,362 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: 2 commercial units + bathroom and bedroom + storage; First Floor: 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + roof patio and lot [430.636 S.M.] situate in Western Paradise Village, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Ms. Eloisa Delcid and Mr. Julio Delcid)


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24. Lot No. 7299 in an Alley off MacKenzie Lane, near Central American Boulevard, Belize City, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Queen’s Square West 45 1271/1 (Being a two storey concrete structure [2,880 sq. ft.] containing 5 bedrooms + 1 ½ bathrooms and lot [322.956 SM] situate on MacKenzie Lane near Central American Boulevard (one block south of Neal Pen Road) Belize City, the leasehold property of Ms. Neri Wade) 25. Lot No. 7507 Mangrove Street, Faber’s Road Extension, Belize City, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Queen’s Square West 45 1056/1 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,116 sq. ft.] containing 4 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen and lot [394.700 S.M.] situate on Mangrove Steet, Faber’s Road Extension, Belize City, the freehold property of Mr. Wilhem Miguel and Ms. Sandra Mahler)

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 574.573 S.M. being Lot No. 153 Western Pine, Belize District situate on Bristle Cone Street, Western Paradise Village, Mile 8 ½ George Price Highway, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [840 sq. ft.], containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [574.573 S.M.] situate on Bristle Cone Street Western Pines, Western Paradise Village, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Sherlene Martinez & Mr. Albert Martinez) 26. Vehicles at No. 170 Beltex Avenue, Belama Phase 1, Belize City:

2008 Chrysler Aspen 2006 Dodge Durango 27. Chattels: Stove, Washing Machine, Dryer, Refrigerator & Shelves:

26. Lot No. 290 Vista del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Vista del Mar 16 290 (Being an elevated timber/plycem building [912 Sq. Ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [582.000 S.M. (75 ft. X 80 ft.)] situate in Vista del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Shermodean Bainton) 27. Parcel No. 466 West Canal Street, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Albert/Mesop 45 466 (Being three storey concrete structure [5,400 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: Warehouse; First Floor: 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen; Second Floor: 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [291.246 S.M.] situate on West Canal Street, Belize City, the freehold property of Messrs. Perez Hardware Store/Mr. Orlando Perez) 28. Parcel No. 857 Vista del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Vista del Mar 16 857 (Being a vandalized concrete bungalow dwelling house and lot [348.26 S.M.] situate in Vista del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Wilfred Pascascio) 29. Lot No. 100 Hattieville, Belize District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 833.33 square yards being Lot 100 situate near Mile 17 George Price Highway, Hattieville, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [892 sq. ft.] containing: 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + 2 covered porches, the freehold property of Ms. Eglah Arnold) 30. Parcel No. 456 Church Street, Belize City:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Albert/Mesop 45 456 (Being two-storey timber/concrete structure [3,328 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: Storage; First Floor: 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen and lot situate on Church Street, Belize City, the freehold property of Mr. Luis Munoz) 31. Lot No. 25 Mile 17 ½ George Price Highway, Belize District:

ALL THAT lot piece or parcel of land containing 692.123 S. M. being Lot No. 25 situate 17.5 Miles, George Price Highway, Belize District, Belize TOGETHER with all buildings and erections thereon. (Being vacant land situate near Mile 17 ½ George Price Highway, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Jose Perera) 25. Lot No. 153 Bristle Cone Street, Western Pines, Western Paradise Village, Belize District:

*********************************San Pedro Properties***************************** Location, Date & Time of Sale: In front Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd., Coconut Drive, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District on Wednesday 19th July 2017 at 10:30 am: 1. Parcel No. 2112 DFC Area, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 2112 (Being a 3 storey concrete structure with [7,040 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor – contains rental units totaling 5 bedrooms + 5 bathrooms + 5 living/dining/kitchen areas + a store and an internet café. 2 nd Floor is a single family residence which contains 5 bedrooms + 2 part bathrooms + 5 full bathrooms + 5 living/dining/kitchen areas & 3rd Floor – contains rental units totaling 3 bedrooms + 2 full bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen area and a bar situated in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, the freehold property of Mr. Thomas Santos/Santos Constructions) 2. Parcel No. 2094 San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 2094 (Being a 2 storey concrete structure with [1,920 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor – contains 4 single bedroom apartments with living/dining & kitchen area. Second Floor – Is a single-family residence 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and Verandah area situated in San Pedro being the freehold property of Mr. Mario Garcia) 3. Parcel 3610 Corner DFC and San Pablo Streets, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 3610 (Being a 1 1/2 storey concrete structure with [2,128 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor - contains 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + laundry room and porch area. Second Floor - with 1 bedroom + 1 bathroom1 + living/dining/kitchen and porch area situated in San Pedro being the freehold property of Mr. Fitz-Gerald Brown & Ms. Rhonda Crichton) Lot No. 15 Ambergris Bay Sub division, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 8751 (Being a vacant Lot containing 1347.142 square meters situate 3.5 miles north of San Pedro situated in the Ambergris Bay Sub Division, Ambergris Caye, the freehold property of Mr. David Correa) 5. Parcel No. 4356, 2 miles North of Boca Del Rio Bridge, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 4356 (Being Lot containing 2.06 acres 2 miles North of Boca Del Rio Bridge San Pedro. The freehold property of Messrs. Island Mini Mart (Mr. Nafez Obeid)


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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Buena Vista Village 1 468 (Being a 2 storey concrete structure with [1,710 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor - contains 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living area. Second Floor- 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom with living/dining area situated in Buena Vista Village, Corozal being the freehold property of Mr. Ricardo Gutierrez) 5. Parcel No. 234/1 San Andres/Ranchito Village, Corozal District:

Parcel No. 3620 San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 3620 (Being an elevated prefabricated building [957 sq. ft.] 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [348.200 S.M] situate in DFC Area, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, the freehold property of Mr. Amado Diaz) 8.

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Parcel No. 2011 San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 2011 (Being three storey timber/plycem building 1872 sq. ft. containing 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + 2 living rooms + 2 dining rooms + 2 kitchens and lot [348.053 S.M.] situate corner Seaweed and a Street, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, the freehold property of Mr. Marlon Castro (Deceased) and Ms. Angelita Chi) 7.

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Andres/Ranchito Village 1 234/1 (Being a 2 storey concrete structure with [1,702 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor - contains 2 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/kitchen area. Second Floor- 1 bedroom + 1 bathroom with living area situated in Ranchito Village, Corozal being the leasehold property of Mr. Fernando Chan) 6. Parcel No. 682 Libertad Village, Corozal District:

Parcels Nos. 2091 & 2092 San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS San Pedro 7 2091 & 2092 (Being 6 buildings on 2 parcels of land containing 631.053 S.M., the freehold properties of Mr. Valeriano P. Vasquez) 9. Parcel No. 2090 San Pedor, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 2090 ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 344.230 s.m. being Registration Section San Pedro Block 7 Parcel 2090 Being a ferroconcrete 3 storey apartment building [6,000 square feet] comprising 22 apartment units each with private bath. 3 of the units are 2 bedrooms with private bath and lot [344.230 S.M.], the freehold property of Mr. Valeriano P. Vasquez) *****************Corozal & Orange Walk Districts Properties ******************** Location, Date & Time of Sale: At Unit 4 Corner Belize-Corozal & San Antonio Roads, Orange Walk District on Thursday 20th July 2017 at 6:00 pm: 1. No. 3 Fourth Avenue, Corozal Central, Corozal Town:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Libertad Village 1 682 (Being a 2 storey concrete structure with [3,335 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor - contains 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/kitchen area. Second Floor is incomplete. Situated in Libertad Village, Corozal being the Freehold property of Mr. Heraan Botes) 7. Parcel No. 552 Libertad Village, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Libertad Village 1 552 (Being Building No. 1: 2 storey structure with [2,862 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor – concrete and contains 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen area + laundry room and porch. Second Floor- is wooden with 4 bedrooms + 1 bathroom and porch area. Building No. 2: mixed structure with [672 sq. ft.] – contains 3 bedrooms + kitchen/dining/living area situated in Libertad Village, Corozal being the freehold property of Mr. Emilio & Mrs. Melva Sarmiento (Emilia & Baldominio Montejo) 8. Parcel 156 Concepcion Village, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Concepcion Village 1 156 (Being a bungalow concrete structure with [768 sq. ft.] - 2 bedrooms and an outhouse + living/dining & kitchen area situate in Concepcion Village, Corozal Town, the freehold property of Mr. Jose Pech) 9. Parcel 28 Carolina/Calcutta, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Corozal Central 1 62 (Being a 2 storey concrete structure comprising of a partial basement thus it creates a two storey building with [1,650 sq. ft.] - 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining & kitchen situate at No. 3 Fourth Avenue, Corozal Town. The freehold property of Mr. Albertico Gongora) 2. Parcel 539/1 Santa Clara Village, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Santa Clara 1 539/1 Being a bungalow concrete structure with [361sq. ft.] -1 bedroom with living area situate in Santa Clara Village, Corozal Town. The leasehold property of Mr. Jorge Moralez) 3. Parcel No. 57/1 Buena Vista Village, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Buena Vista Village 1 57/1 (Being a 2 storey concrete structure with [2,080 sq. ft.] – Ground Floor - contains 1 part bath + living/dining area. Second Floor- 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining & kitchen area situated in Buena Vista Village, Corozal being the leasehold property of Mrs. Florencia Pott) 4. Parcel No. 468 Buena Vista Village, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Carolina/Calcutta 1 28 Being an incomplete concrete building 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + incomplete bedrooms and lot situate in Ken’s Layout, Xaibe Village, Corozal District, the freehold property of Mr. Valentin Nicholson) Orange Walk District 10. Lot No. 44 Juventus Street, Orange Walk Town:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Orange Walk Town 4 3369 (Being a bungalow concrete structure with [1,118 sq. ft.] - 2 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining & kitchen situate at Lot No. 44 at #74 Juventus Street, Dr. W.S. Estate, Orange Walk Town. The freehold property of Mr. Roman Cantun & Mrs. Leidiana Cantun) 11. Parcel No. 69 San Jose/San Pablo Village, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Jose/San Pablo 1 69/1 (Being a bungalow concrete structure with [840 sq. ft.] - 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living & kitchen area situate at San Jose/San Pablo, Orange Walk Town. The leasehold property of Mr. Alfonso Teck) 12. Parcel No. 188 San Jose/San Pablo Village, Orange Walk District:


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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Jose/San Pablo 1 188 (Being a bungalow concrete structure with [666 sq. ft.] - 1 bedroom + 1 part bathroom + living area situate at San Jose/San Pablo, Orange Walk Town. The freehold property of Mr. Otilio Caceres & Macedonia Chi) 13. Parcels 157 & 158 Douglas North, Orange Walk Town

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS Douglas North 1 157 & 158 (Being corner Lot No. 158 contains 1045.159 square meters and Lot 157 contains 1040.57 square meters both lots are presently in its natural state situated in Douglas North, Orange Walk District, the freehold Property of Ms. Erica Cabral) 14. Parcels 514, 515 & 516 Indian Hill East, Orange Walk

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS Indian Hill East 4 514, 515 & 516 (Being 3 Lots containing 1719.02 square meters in their natural state situate in Indian Hill, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Mr. Ishwar Mahbubani) 15. Parcel 3706 Mullins Street, Orange Walk Town:

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ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 785.259 square meters being Lot No. 54 situate in the Hummingbird Community Village, near Mile 25 Hummingbird Highway, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being an elevated timber dwelling house [1,024 sq. ft.] and lot [785.259 S.M.] situate in the Hummingbird Community Village, Mile 25 Hummingbird Highway, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Armando Coye) 2. Lot No. 53 Hummingbird Community Village, Stann Creek District:

All leasehold interest in all that piece or parcel of land being lot No. 53 situate in Hummingbird Community Village, Stann Creek District and bounded as follow:- on the Northeast for 62.397 metres by a street; 0n the Southwest for 47.851 metres by lot No. 54 and lot No. 55 on the West for 5.833 metres by portion of lot No. 52 Northwest for 33.571 metres by portion of lot No. 5; containing 1191.04 Square Yards as shown on Entry 3713 Register 12 at the office of the Commissioner of lands and surveys TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete/timber dwelling house and lot situate in the Hummingbird Community Village, Stann Creek District, the leasehold property of Mr. Pedro Guerra) 3. Lot No. 2 Pomona Village Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 2 and comprising of 835.844 square meters situate in Pomona Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being an elevated timber dwelling house [616 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [835.844 S.M.] situate in Pomona Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Ms. Regina Baide) 4. Lot No. 38 Sarawee Village, Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Orange Walk Town 4 3706 Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot situate in Orange Walk Town, the freehold property of Esther Vargas. 16. LOTS #19, 21, 23 & 25 San Estevan Village, Orange Walk ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 928.135 square metres being Lot No. 38 situate in Sarawee Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all building and erections standing and being thereon. (Being Lot No. 38 Sarawee Village, Stann Creek District [928.135 S.M.], the freehold property of Mr. Nicholi Fernandez [Photo taken June 2012] 5. Lot No. 246 Silk Grass Village Extension, Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS San Estevan 1 228, 229, 230 & 231 (Being a bungalow concrete structure with [1,600 sq. ft.] - 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining & kitchen area. There is also an open shed, which is used as an additional kitchen & washing area. situate at San Estevan Village, Orange Walk Town. The land measures the following: 657.1 square meters, 710.8 square meters, 641.7square meters, & 729 square meters respectively. The freehold property of Mr. Wilber & Mrs. Erica Vega) 17. Parcel 1296 San Andres Street, Orange Walk Town:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 761.590 Square Meters being Lot No. 246 situate in Silk Grass Village Extension, Stann Creek District, Belize TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a elevated timber dwelling house [625 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + verandah and lot [761.590 S.M.] situate in Silk Grass Village Extension, Stann Creek District, the leasehold property of Mr. Felix Galeana Jr. & Ms. Sarita Bol) 6. Block No. 548 southside Stann Creek Valley Road, near Mile 9 ½ Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Orange Walk Town 4 1296 Being a two storey building [1,360 sq. ft.] 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot situate on San Andres Street, Orange Walk Town, the freehold property of Ms. Gloria Mai.) 18. Parcel 1296 San Andres Street, Orange Walk Town:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Orange Walk Town 4 879 Being a vacant lot [522.500 S.M.] situate on San Narciso Street, Orange Walk Town, the freehold property of Mr. Pabel Torres) ********************Stann Creek & Toledo Districts Properties *********************** In front Messrs. Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd. Corner Main & Prince Streets, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District on Friday 21st July 2017 at 10:00 am: ************************Stann Creek District************************ 1. Lot No. 54 Hummingbird Community Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THOSE PIECES OR PARCELS OF LAND CONTAINING 8 ACRES BEING BLOCK 548 situated on the Southside of the Stann Creek Valley Road near Mile 9 1/2 Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections thereon (Being a concrete two-storey building [5496 square feet] containing 3 bedrooms + 2 full/2 half bathrooms + living + dining + kitchen + laundry + garage and 8 acres of citrus land, the freehold property of Mr. John McDougal and Ms. Jennifer McDougal) [Photo taken Apr 2012] 7. In front Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd., No. 10 St. Vincent Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District:


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Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Leron Cayetano) 16. Lots Nos. 157 & 158 in Sarawee Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THOSE PIECES OR PARCELS OF LAND CONTAINING 8 ACRES BEING BLOCK BLOCK 553 situate in the North Stann Creek area near Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections thereon (Being 8 acres of citrus land situate beside Block 548, the freehold properties of Mr. John McDougal and Ms. Jennifer McDougal) 8. Parcel No. 444 Cedar Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 967.680 square metres being Lots Nos. 157 & 158 situate in Sarawee Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all building and erections standing and being thereon. (Being Lot No. 38 Sarawee Village, Stann Creek District [928.135 S.M.], the freehold property of Mr. Isidro Membreno) 17. Lot No. 203 Pomona Village Extension, Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Dangriga South 31 444 (Being a two storey concrete commercial/residential building containing 4092 sq. ft: Ground Floor: commercial space + storage + ½ bathroom; First Floor: 5 bedrooms + 3 bathrooms + living + dining + kitchen + porch + balcony + roof access; laundry/utility room and lot [445.85 SM] situate at No. 543 Cedar Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Ivan Ramos) 9. Parecl No.657 near the Melinda Road, Dangriga, Stann Creek District

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 802.713 S.M. being Lot No. 203 in Pomona Village Extension, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a bungalow residential dwelling house containing 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms and lot 802.713 S.M. situate in Pomona Village Extension, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Luis A. Perez) 18. Lot No. 28 in Pomona Village, Stann Creek District :

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Dangriga North 31 657 (Being a two storey concrete dwelling house [2,220 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor - 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + covered verandah; First Floor 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + laundry + balcony and lot [754.546 S.M.] situate near the Melinda Road, Dangriga, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Ms. Carol Aranda) 10. Parcel No. 24/1 Dangriga North Area, Dangriga, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 831.304 S.M. being Lot No. 28 in Pomona Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a 1 ½ storey dwelling house [1,401 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + car port; First Floor: master bedroom + bathroom + balcony and lot [831.304 S.M.] situate in Pomona Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Alexander Romero) 19. Lot No. 132 situate in Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Dangriga South 31 24/1 (Being a elevated concrete dwelling house [1,524 sq. ft.] containing 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [371.463 S.M.] situate in Dangriga North Area, Dangriga, Stann Creek District, the leasehold property of Ms. Delsia Aranda) 11. Lot No. 109 Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 766.202 S.M. being Lot No. 109 situate in Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,680 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [766.202 S.M.] situate in Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. David Saravia) 12. Lot No. 252 Independence Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 547.000 S.M. being Lot No. 252 situate in Independence Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [864 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dinind/kitchen and lot [547.000 S.M.], the freehold property of Mr. Guillermo Pinseau) 13. Block No. 85 Commerce Bight Agricultural Layout, Commerce Bight Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT LEASEHOLD PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND being Block No. 85 situate in the Commerce Bight Agricultural Layout, Commerce Bight Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all building and erections standing and being thereon. (Being vacant land situate ½ mile west of the Southern Highway between Miles 3 and 4, Stann Creek District, the leasehold property of Ms. Maria Martinez and Mr. Roque Martinez) 14. Lot No. 5 south of the Stann Creek Valley Road, Hoffman Estate, Pomona, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 771.893 square meters being Lot No. 5 situate south of the Stann Creek Valley Road, Hoffman Estate, Pomona, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [964 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [771.893 S.M.] situate south of the Stann Creek Valley Road, Hoffman Estate, Pomona, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Santiago Acosta and Ms. Nelia Acosta) 15. Parcel No. 1262 Corner Salmwood Road and Pine Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Dangriga South 31 1262 (Being a elevated concrete dwelling house [1,600 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen + laundry and lot [571.980 S.M.] situate at Corner Salmwood Road and Pine

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 766.202 S.M. being Lot No. 132 situate in Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a 2 storey dwelling house [1,160 sq. ft.] containing 4 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [766.202 S.M.] situate in Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Eduardo Saravia) 20. Lot No. 1533 Stann Creek Valley Road, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 509.34 square yards being Lot No. 1533 situate along the Stann Creek Valley Road, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being 2 storey composite dwelling house [1,862 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom; First Floor: 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen + sitting room + covered verandah and lot [509.34 S.Y.] situate along the Stann Creek Valley Road, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Ms. Angela Lammey) 21. Lot No. 143 situate in Maya Mopan Village, Stann Creek District :

ALL THAT LEASEHOLD INTEREST in all that piece of parcel of land being Lot No. 143 situate in Maya Mopan Village, Stann Creek District and bounded as follows on the north for 22.858 meters by a street on the south by 22.858 Meters by a lot No. 148 on the east for 30.478 meters by a lot No. 142 on the west for 30.478 meters by a lot No. 144 containing 689.982 S. M. of land as shown on entry No. 3798 Register No. 2 at the office of the Commissioner of Lands and Survey TOGETHER with all building and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete building [1,040 sq. ft.], the freehold property of Mr. Narciso Tush) 22. Lot No. 66B Independence Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 311.778 S.M. being Lot No. 66B Independence Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being an elevated dwelling house [1,006 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dinind/kitchen + study and lot [311.778 S.M.], the freehold property of Mr. Ray C. Ogaldez) 23. Lots Nos. 125 & 64 situate in Independence Village, Stann Creek District:

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and being thereon. (Being a 2 storey structure of mixed construction (1,920 sq. ft.) containing 5 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + 2 kitchens + 2 living rooms and 2 dining areas and lots [929.09 S.M.] situate in Independence Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Michael Hobbs) 24. Parcel No. 326 Valley Community/Alta Vista Area In, Stann Creek District :

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Punta Gorda 42 614 (Being a two storey concete commercial/residential building used as a restaurant on the ground floor and a residence containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and a another two storey concrete commercial building containing commercial space on the ground floor and 4 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + open space and a timber structure used as a store together with lot [824.79 S.Y.] situate on Main Street, Punta Gorda Town, the freehold property of Messrs. Galvez Taxi & Tours (Mr. Carlos Glavez and Ms. Florence Galvez) [Photos taken July 14 2013] 32. Parcel No. 793 West Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Valley Community/Alta Vista 31 326 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot 1053.770 S.M. situate in the Valley Community/Alta Vista Area, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Alburn Trapp) 25. Lot No. 18 Southern Highway, Santa Rosa Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 18 comprising 1183.51 Square Yards situate along the Southern Highway, Santa Rosa Village, Stann Creek District, Belize TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a lot containing 1183.51 square yards situate in Santa Rosa Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Estevan Choc) 26. Lot No. 66 situate in Pomona Village , Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 722.193 S.M. being Lot No. 66 situate in Pomona Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being an elevated timber bungalow residential dwelling house [1,832 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen + car port and lot [722.193 S.M.] situate in Pomona Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Gerald Peters) 27. Lot No. 63 situate in Pomona Village (Del Oro Site), Stann Creek District :

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 461.849 S.M. being Lot No. 63 situate in Pomona Village (Del Oro Site), Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being an elevated concrete residential dwelling house [832 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + car port and lot [461.849 S.M.] situate in Del Oro Site, Pomona Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Roy Tillett) 28. Lot No. 713 situate in Independence Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 615.270 S.M. being Lot No. 713 situate in Independence Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [945 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [615.270 S.M.], the freehold property of Ms. Sherrett Muschamp) 29. Lots 644 & 649 Independence Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lots Nos. 644 & 649 Independence Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being three Buildings: Building 1: an unfinished structure 40 % completed 400 sq. ft.; Building 2: Office + bathroom 64 sq. ft.; Building 3 Shed 264 sq. ft. and lots [1415.518 S.M.] fenced compound , the freehold property of Mr. Elvis Cabral.) 30. Lot No. 28 Independence Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 526.205 S.M. being Lot No. 28 Independence Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a 2 storey concrete structure [1,680 sq. ft.] containing: Ground Floor 2 bedrooms + living/dining/kitchen; First Floor 3 bedrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [526.205 S.M.], the freehold property of Mr. Nelson Rivas.) ************************Toledo District Properties************************* 31. Parcel No. 614 Main Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 793 (Being a two storey concrete building [5,640 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: 5 bedrooms + 3 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen; First Floor 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [668.896 S.M.] situate on West Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Aurelio Oliva) 33. Lot No. 24 Big Falls Village Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 1557.81 square yards being Lot 24 situate in the Big Falls Village, Toledo District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being: Building #1 Concrete bungalow dwelling house containing 3 bedrooms + ½ bathroom + Living area; Building #2 Composite Structure with thatched roof used as kitchen/dining; Building #3 timber outhouse and lot [1,557.81 S. Y.] situate in Big Falls Village, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Alberto Shal) 34. 100.026 acres along Amado Road, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 100.026 acres situate along the Amado Road, Toledo District, Belize as shown and described on plan of Survey attached to the Minister’s Fiat Grant No. 1208 of 2007 lodged at the Land Titles Unit and dated December 12, 2007 TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being 100.026 acres of land situate along the Amado Road, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Gerald Williams Sr.) 35. 4,743.16 S.Y. Jacinto Village, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land situate in Jacinto Village, Toledo District, Belize containing 4,743.16 square yards TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a two storey structure and lot containing 4743.16 square yards, the freehold property of Mr. Gerald Williams Sr.) 36. Parcel No. 272 A Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 272 (Being a vacant lot [408.277 S.M.] situate on A Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Ms. Anne Neal) 37. Parcel No. 548 Punta Gorda, Toldeo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 548 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [770.127] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen situate in Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Roland Tun.) 38. 0.64 Acre Jacintoville, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 0.64 acre situate along San Antonio/Punta Gorda Road, Jacintoville, Toledo District, Belize TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being two storey concrete dwelling house [4,240 sq. ft.] comprising 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen on each floor and lot [0.64 acre] situate in Jacintoville, Toledo District, the freehold property of Messrs. Pete & NJ’s Trucking) 39. Lot No. 4 Big Falls Village, Toledo District:

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ALL THAT piece or parcel containing 1695.99 Square Yards being lot 4 situate at Big Falls Village Toledo District, Belize TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [686 sq. ft.] comprising 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [1695.99 S.Y.] situate in Big Falls Village, Toledo District, the leasehold property of Mr. Juan De Dios Poom) 40. Parcel No. 548 West Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 548 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [840 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + covered porch and lot [646.116 S.M.] situate on West Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Glen Enriquez & Mr. Lloyd Enriquez) 41. 0.563 Acre along San Antonio-Chiquibul Road, San Antonio Village, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 0.563 acre situate along San Antonio-Chiquibul Road, San Antonio Village, Toledo District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being three buildings: A concrete bungalow structure [1,092 sq. ft.] 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + storage + verandah; A two storey concrete house [1825 sq. ft.] Ground floorliving/dining/kitchen + 1 bathroom + storage + shed + verandah; An elevated timber structure [375 sq. ft.] 2 bedrooms + bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [0.563 acre] situate along San AntonioChiquibul Road, San Antonio Village, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Ruben Dario Lopez) 42. Lot No. 169 Forest Home Village, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 756.56 square meters being Lot No. 169 Forest Home Village, Toledo District, Belize TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [825 sq. ft.] comprising 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [756.56 S.M.] situate in Forest Home Village, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Randolph Williams) 43. Parcel No. 389 Gertrude Caliz Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 389 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [936 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [533.33 S.Y.] situate on Gertrude Caliz Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Steve Enendu and Ms. Keisha Zuniga) 44. Parcel No. Sour Sap Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 254 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house containing 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [450.00 S.Y.] situate on Sour Sap Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Pastor Reyes) 45. 1041.510San Antonio Village, Toledo District:

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(Being a two storey multifamily dwelling house [1920 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: 4 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + verandah; First Floor: Rental Units 4 bedrooms (2 of which equipped with private bathrooms) other 2 shared bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot situate corner West & Kiskadee Streets, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the leasehold property of Ms. Nora Garay and Mr. Oliver Garay) 48. Block 41 Main road leading to Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 12.447 acres being Block 41 Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being four built forms on 12.447 acres of land, the primary structure being a single family concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,200 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and landt [12.447 acres] situate on the main road leading to Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Marcel Jacobs) 49. Lot No. 31 West of Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 31 situate west of Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District containing 464.576 S.M. TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete two storey building [2,720 sq. ft.] designed as a 3 family residential complex: Ground Floor 2 Units each 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen; First Floor 2 bedrooms + 1 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [464.576 S.M.] situate west of Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Ms. Cupertina Teul) 50. Parcel No. 1287 Panpana Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 1287 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,504 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [479.020 S.M.] situate on Panpana Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Dennis Williams and Ms. Deborah Westby) 51. Parcel No. 990 Kiskadee Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 990 (Being a two storey concrete dwelling house [2027 sq. ft.] containing 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [767.000 S.M.] situate Kiskadee Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Ms. Ana Arzu) 52. Parcel No. 926 Far West Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 926 (Being and elevated dwelling house [932 sq. ft.] + Shed [449 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [533.33 S.Y.] situate on Far West Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Rene Pennell) 53. Lot No. 30 Hopeville near Cattle Landing Village Settlement, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 1041.51square meters situate in San Antonio Village, Toledo District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house and lot [1,041.51 S.M.] situate in San Antonio Village, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Juan Ich and Mr. Jesus Ich) 46. Lot No. 100 Hopeville Village, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 657.24 square yards being Lot No. 100 comprising 549.538 sq. meters situate in Hopeville Village, Toledo District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,052 sq. ft.] being one of the original starter units in the Hopeville Housing Scheme Project comprising 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + study + utility + living/dining/kitchen and lot [657.24 S.Y.] situate in Hopeville Village, Toledo District, the freehold property of Ms. Maria Roches) 47. Parcel No. 991/2 Corner West & Kiskadee Streets, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

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ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 30 situate in Hopeville near Cattle Landing Village Settlement, Toledo District containing 546.33 square yards TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [443 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [546.33 S.Y.] situate Hopeville near Cattle Landing Village Settlement, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Alberto Coleman) 54. Lot No. 157 Forest Home Village Extension, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing of land containing 977.04 squrare meters being Lot No.


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157 situate in Forest Home Village (extension) in the Toledo District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a single-family dwelling house [1,882 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + Living/dining/kitchen + Entry Verandah + Covered Carport + Second Floor: Game Room + Covered Patio and lot 977.04 S.M. situate in the Forest Home Village Extension, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. David Duncan) 55. Lot 2,642.62 S.Y. situate in San Miguel Village in the Big Falls/Golden Stream Area, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Big Falls/Golden Stream 42 577 (Being a two storey concrete building [2,200 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: Preparation & Storge Facility; First Floor: 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen + Small timber & thatch Kitchen and lot 2,642.62 S.Y. situate in San Miguel Village in the Big Falls/Golden Stream Area, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Mariano Kus) 56. No. 11 Front Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 677 (Being a two storey concrete building [2,932 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: Commercial Office; First Floor: 4 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + Kitchen and lot 857.23 S.Y. situate No. 11 Front Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Lincoln Pascascio) 57. Parcel No. 907 North end of Main Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 342 (Being a commercial/residential building [2,126 sq. ft.] and lot 311.62 S.Y. situate at the corner 6th Street/Lucille Melendez Blvd. and A Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Ms. Elizabeth Borland) 62. 50.00 Acres Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 50.00 acres of land (Block 11) situate on the North side of the Punta Gorda/San Antonio Road near Rice Reserve, Toledo District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being 50.00 acres of land situate near Rice Reserve, Punta Gorda/San Antonio Road, Toledo District, the freehold property of Ms. Priscilla Graham and Mr. Dennis Moore) 63. 2 Acres Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 2 acres situate along San Marcos Area, Toledo District, Belize as shown and describe don the Registry Index Map at the office of the Commissioner of Lands and Surveys Belmopan, Cayo District, TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being two acres of land situate in the San Marcos Area, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Elvis Cabral) TERMS: STRICTLY CASH KEVIN A. CASTILLO TELEPHONE 223-4488 E-mail: kevinacas@yahoo.com Facebook: Belize Auctions

TERMS: STRICTLY CASH KEVIN A. CASTILLO TELEPHONE: 224 4473 Email: kevinacas@yahoo.com Face Book: Belize Auctions

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 907 (Being an incomplete two storey dwelling house [4,066 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: 3 bedrooms + 3 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen; First Floor incomplete] and lot 721.176 S.M.] situate on the north end of Main Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Ms. Phillipa Williams) 58. Parcel No.737 Alejandro Vernon Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

Kidney Failure NOTICE Ravaging Belize SEGEN SERVICES S.A. #161, 016 (“the Company”)

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 737 (Being a 2 storey concrete/timber commercial/residential building containing business space on the ground floor [1,721 sq. ft.] and single family residence on the first floor: 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen [1338 sq. ft.] and lot 713.33 S.Y. situate on Alejandro Vernon Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Giovani Foster) 59. Parcel No. 450 Filaya Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 450 (Being three buildings (1) concrete single family bungalow dwelling house (415 sq. ft.) containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen; (2) a timber dwelling house (502 sq. ft.) and an outhouse/laundry (120 sq.ft.) situate on Filaya Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Ernesto Canelo and Mr. Herman Canelo) 60. Parcel No. 1789/1on Santa Maria Street, Indianville Area , Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 1789/1 (Being an incomplete 2 storey concrete dwelling house, Ground floor 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen; First Floor 30% completed and lot [464.576 S.M.] situate on Santa Maria Street, Indianville Area, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the leasehold property of Mr. Antonio Teul) 61. Parcel No.342 corner 6th Street/Lucille Melendez Blvd. and A Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

Contributed It is now consensus among the of professionals in Belize's healthcare industry Pursuant to Section 102 (4) the International Business Comthat the incidence of hypertension and diabetes, pegged at over 35% or 1 in 3 panies Act, Chapter 270 of the Laws of Belize, Revised Edition persons, is an epidemic. One of the expected consequences is that the diagno2000, notice is hereby given that SEGEB SERVICES S.A. : ses for renal failure will continue to increase to epidemic proportions. a) in dissolution ThisIsconclusion is further butressed by the contemplation of a 60% national b) Commenced dissolution on adults. the 6th day of July 2017; and obesity rate among children and young c) GUSTAVO MARCELO RORRAJO, whoseare address is ChacoPresently healthcare services for renal problems provided generally buco 1445, Florida, Buenos Aires, Vicente Lopez, Argentina is program the through the public and private providers but there is no comprehensive Liquidator of the Company. to address the issue and the likely onset of an epidemic of chronic renal failure. Last year the Government of Belize and the Government of Taiwan launched a US$2.2m "Capacity Building Project for the Prevention and Control of Chronic CIL Trust International Limited Renal Failure in Belize" Registered Agent which aims primarily to train public sector health care providers and establish a tracking and management mechanism for chronic disease cases. The provision of dialysis services for persons suffering from kidney failure was initiated almost 12 years ago through the implementation of a center at the former Universal Medical Arts Center. It is still operational today at the now renamed Belize Healthcare Partners. Dialysis services are also provided through Dialysis de Belice which operates a facility in Orange Walk Town. The Government of Belize subsidizes a program for 32 persons at facilities in Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital and La Loma Luz Medical Center in Santa Elena-San Ignacio. An undetermined number of Belizeans access dialysis in Qualifications andRoo, Experience: Chetumal, Quintana Mexico. Reportedly 4 persons also self-administer • Minimum 2 years’ experience working as Receptionist or any other position peritoneal dialysis at home. • High School Diploma is also an undetermined number of Belizeans who have emigrated to • There Computer literate the • United States in order to access dialysis and kidney transplants. It is believed Speak & Write English that• overSpanish 100 Belizeans would beresident an assetin-country access multiple dialysis sessions on a weekly basis. That number is expected to increase within the next few years. Salary: Negotiable professionals and dependentare on experience and qualifications Most healthcare of the opinion that as much as three Interested persons must be a highly motivated team with initiative, flextimes that number already need kidney care services,player particularly dialysis, but ibility and excellent communication skills. Speaks clearly and fluently. Must have do not know it. the ability to organize and work with minimal supervision. Be able to operThe number of workload deaths from chronic renal failure has consistently risen anate in a busy environment and use initiative. nually and is expected to continue to do so. Whilst the public sector subsidized programs Belize City and Cayo provide low cost, reputedly as low as $25.00 ClosinginDate: August 11, 2017 per Please session, to your 32 patients, the vast of majority struggle send resume inclusive 2 references to: to pay upwards of $200 per session at the private providers. It is again consensus among Belize healthcare professionals that more than Manager Box renal 80 failure patients die within 5 years of being diagnosed primarily oneP.inO.three Belize City, BELIZEcare, particularly due to lack of access to dialysis services due to lack of proper which is unaffordable.

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