Canadian Businessman Sentenced to Prison for Bribery

Posted on September 28, 2014 • Filed under: Cuba, Tourist Arrested

bbc.com reported a court in Cuba has sentenced the president of a Canadian transport company to 15 years in jail for bribery. Cy Tokmakjian, 74, was detained in Cuba in 2011 as part an anti-corruption operation. He denies the charges. The Tokmakjian Group said the court had seized its assets in Cuba, worth about $100m (£62m). Read Article

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