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PRIVY COUNCIL SET TO HEAR APPEAL OVER US$1.3 million found in FREEZER Featured

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DELORIS Miller, whose US$1.3 million was seized by the police in 2007, plans to petition the UK-based Privy Council in a last-ditch effort to get the money back.     Miller said yesterday that she would be going overseas just after the Court of Appeal refused her bid to have the state-run Asset Recovery Agency return the sum.   The ruling comes a year after the appellate court reserved judgement in the matter. The court delivered its judgement orally, promising to release the written reasons in short order.     The money was found in a freezer at Miller’s house in Portmore, St Catherine during a police raid at the premises in 2007. Following an application by the Asset Recovery Agency, the Supreme Court in 2012 ruled that the money must be forfeited under the Proceeds of Crime Act, which led to Miller’s appeal.   Miller’s case was the first to be heard under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
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