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Integrity Commission asked for Warner update

Mr. Kenneth Gordon


The Integrity Commission of Trinidad & Tobago

3rd & 4th Floors, UTC Financial Centre

82 Independence Square

Port of Spain


Dear Mr. Gordon,

We write to enquire on the status of requests we made of the Integrity Commission via letters dated April 2, 2012 and July 26, 2012 (enclosed for ease of reference) with regard to the pursuit of investigations into matters involving Mr. Jack Warner.  We are thankful for your letter dated August 8, 2012 acknowledging receipt of the latter.

We respectfully reiterate our belief that urgent consideration be given to pursuing these matters.  

In light of the assertions by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) which included the suggestion that Mr. Warner might have held an account(s) where funds may have been co-mingled, we call on you to, if within your scope of authority, request from all banks in Trinidad & Tobago, any and all information on accounts to which Mr. Warner was and remains a signatory so that a forensic audit can be conducted.  

The supporting documentation provided with the September 27th letter raises grave concerns about a Local Organizing Committee (LOC) Germany 2006 bank account over which it seems Mr. Warner had exclusive control.  This account was found to be active as recently as 2009.


We look forward your response.



Kirk Waithe

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