GibLive! December 2017

2 December 2017 GibLive! NEWS Comment at news@giblive.gi Visit www.giblive.com for the latest news headlines BROTHERS: (from left) Solomon, Isaac and Benjamin Marrache PUBLISHER: Kevin McNulty E: kevinjmcnulty@aol.com T: (+350) 222 22401 M: (+350) 56000271 PRODUCTION EDITOR: Dave Beevers E: davidb@selecttravelmedia.com DESIGN: Mark Jowett E: mark@independentnewspapers.co.uk No part of this publication may be used or reproduced without the express permission of the Publisher. Every effort is made to ensure that the articles and advertisements that are carried are authentic however the Publisher of GibLive! accepts no responsibility for claims made. GIBLIVE! call (+350) 56000271 or (+350) 222 22401 To advertise in GibLive! A BRITISH fugitive on the run from Spanish police for over a decade and the subject of a European Ar- rest Warrant has been arrested af- ter a tip-off suggested that he was living in the Los Barrios area. A 42-year-old identified simply as AJL was taken into custody close to Guadacorte after he was spot- ted shopping during concentrated searches in and around the area. The man is suspected of running over a local police officer when chal- lenged by him before making off in 2007. The officer is understood to have been badly injured in the incident. Police have said that when he was detained he was in possession of a fake driving licence and ID card. It is also understood that he was using a number of different vehicles in an ef- fort to avoid detection. La Linea traders to take pounds Man charged with attempted murder after stabbing ALL three Marrache fraudsters are now on parole having served just one third of the sentenc- es passed down on them in the longest and costliest crimi- nal trial in the his- tory of The Rock. The three brothers were found guilty of conspiracy to defraud clients of their law firm. Brothers Solomon and Isaac served a little over two years of their seven year sen- tences. A third broth- er Benjamin who was described at trial as the central figure and sentenced to 11 years, was released on parole last month having served a little over three and a half years. It is understood that all three remain subject to supervi- sion orders and would need permission to leave Gibraltar. Following their conviction, two sepa- rate independent dis- ciplinary tribunals ordered unregistered barrister brothers Benjamin and Isaac to be disbarred fol- lowing charges from the Bar Standards Board. Marra che brothers freed Cops detain Brit fugitive after 10 years on the run STRUGGLING traders in La Linea who rely heav- ily on Gibraltar custom have signed up to a pilot scheme to accept pounds in payment of goods and services for a month. Apymell, the association representing small and me- dium businesses, said that with the uncertainty of Brex- it and the impact of border delays on their trade it will do what it must to ensure the survival of small businesses.  Although not a completely new practice, it is the first time that it has been official- ly formalised. The Associa- tion said that some service providers and restaurants receive up to 90 per cent of their financial turnover from Rock customers. A MAN has been charged after an early morning in- cident at Waterport Road in which a 44-year-old man was stabbed. Jensen Duarte, 31, was arrested after officers in- vestigating the incident had viewed CCTV footage and executed search war- rants in relation to the in- cident. A second 31-year-old man was arrested on suspi- cion of assisting an offender but later released without charge. Duarte has been charged with attempted murder. GHA ambulance person- nel provided emergency medical treatment at the scene before taking the vic- tim to St Bernard’s A&E Department. The injured man’s condition was de- scribed at the time as sta- ble. The Old Bank, 17-21 Cannon Lane, Gibraltar, P.O. Box 1418 T: +350 200 48532 E: info@npestates.com www.npestates.com Includes parking, gym, storage and more off-plan purchase Call Lorraine or Aidan for more information ARENGOS GARDENS from £308,563 NEW DEVELOPMENT IKEA RUNS PACKING MATERIALS PROFESSIONAL PACKING For a FREE Quotation or Advice, call 200 52100 or email all@eastgatefreight.com No job is too small or too big for us! Eastgate A5 Leaflet.indd 3 04/09/2017 09:26

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