Academic friendships and Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) affiliations were also flagged as the links that connected several key players to high-ranking officials, including Andrew Wheatley, the energy minister with responsibility for Petrojam and who was fired.
Board member of Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica, parent company of Petrojam at time he served on panel that recruited Ramharrack.
Prima facie evidence that Budram-Ford, Ramharrack, and Grindley engaged in “conspiracy to defraud” Petrojam and Government regarding use of funds for birthday parties for Wheatley and Bahado-Singh.
Role on panel that recruited Ramharrack was “stark disregard” for Petrojam policies.
Statements from Myrie, Wheatley and Oswald Williams on alleged involvement of now deceased former councillor Owen Palmer in regarding Petrojam donations in Wheatley’s South Central constituency questionable.