An executor said yesterday he knew that over $400 000, money from the sale of a property, went to the bank because he saw the bank’s stamp on the paperwork.
However, up to today, said Irwin Thomas, he has not seen a single cent and calls, visits, even registered letters to attorney Norman Leroy Lynch have gone unanswered.
Thomas was the first to testify when the theft and money laundering trial of Lynch continued in the No 2 Supreme Court yesterday.
The witness said he knew the lawyer as he had previously conducted some transactions for his father. There were no issues then, Thomas added.
When he became one of the executors of his father’s Will, Thomas said Lynch was the attorney who “prepared the documents and everything” relating to the sale of property at the Hope, St George.
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