Former NIPRO Subsidiary Employee Pleads Guilty To Stealing, Money Laundering

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Press Release:-  On Wednesday 19th of January, 2022 Ms. Cyrilla Agatha Hippolyte, appeared in the High Court before Justice Georgis Taylor where she pleaded guilty to charges of both stealing and Money Laundering.

Ms. Hippolyte a former employee of a NIPRO subsidiary, had previously been charged by police in July 2019 for the offence of stealing by reason of employment, for the theft of over $300,000.00 from the organization.

On 24th January 2020 the accused was also charged with four counts of money laundering by officers attached to the Financial Intelligence Authority.

Unable to meet her bail conditions, Ms. Hippolyte had remained remanded in custody at the
Bordelais Correctional Facility from July of 2019. Following Wednesday’s conviction, the court set a sentencing date of 14th May 2022 for the accused.

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Under the provisions of the Money Laundering (Prevention) Act, a person convicted on
indictment for the offence of Money Laundering can face a maximum of up to 15 years
imprisonment and or a maximum fine of 2 million dollars.

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  1. @i don’t know mucous… go ask your black dog from Marchand about it instead. He was trained under rf in st. Lucia

  2. Hill guy while you at it what about the pale d@g who gave 7 + millions for the vaccines and we’ve yet to receive one shot. This d@g was groomed in Canada

  3. She should’ve just gone into politics. You can steal legally and don’t face any jail time. Just watch that guy on the hill of hot air near the range that roves all over.

  4. Some people want the big life by taking the short route, and sometimes they are caught and have to do a long sentence and a heavy fine. It is a gamble that is not won by everyone who decides to take that route.

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