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BVI: Fahie and co to appear in court this week for racketeering charges

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(BVI News) Just days after reports first emerged that former Premier Andrew Fahie and his co-accused Oleanvine Maynard were hit with new charges, the duo is now set to make an appearance before the court this week.

Court records show that Fahie is expected to appear before a Florida court along with Maynard on November 16, where they are both expected to enter pleas to the new charge of Interstate and Foreign Travel in Aid of Racketeering.

The racketeering charge was added in a superseding indictment filed on November 9 by US Attorney Juan Antonio Gonzalez and Assistant US Attorney Shane Butland. A superseding indictment is a formal accusation brought by a grand jury that replaces a previously filed indictment and changes, adds, or deletes charges and/or defendants.

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