Jailed without trial, Antonio Carbone, Canadian casino mogul blames conspiracy of former partners

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Antonio Carbone, a controversial Canadian businessman has been languishing in a Dominican Republic prison for over two years — without a trial or prospect of release in a country notorious for a corrupt judicial system.

Carbone, a Toronto-area casino executive, is facing charges of fraud and attempted murder.

‘This was all a plot… to defraud the Carbones.’— Antonio Carbone

Along with his brother Francesco, Carbone is one of the founders of the Dream Casino group — a multimillion- dollar Caribbean venture that has resulted in a series of lawsuits and countersuits revolving around the ownership and control of the company.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.