Poisonous Bread On Supermarket Shelves In Belize City

Channel1Belize.com has received reliable verified information of poisonous bread on the shelves of a supermarket in Belize City. The item made a person very sick and after some trial on a dog which was given all the same items the person had eaten, the dog also became severely ill and vomited up what appeared to be little red pieces of their insides.
The person then went to the store where the item was purchased and took a picture of several loafs of bread that was almost certainly the cause of the illness.

Anyone with additional or similar information is asked to please contact the police dept, and or send your information, with photos to channel1Belize@gmail.com or call us at 501-667-3888 we will forward it to the relevant authorities including BAHA and the Ministry of Health.

In the process of providing and reporting the news we must communicate all the information received. The information about the poisonous bread came with the statement
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“it is not the fault of the bakery or the supermarket, but it is being done by foreign entities, including American criminals in Belize who have access to advance resources that enable them to puppeteer people at the factory to somehow unknowingly, put dangerous chemicals in the bread products”.

Written & Compiled by: channel1Belize.com / digitalBelize,LIVE Staff writer – Thursday, June 30th. 2022 – channel1belize@gmail.com

Hugo Patt Awarded $145,000 In Defamation Law Suit vs GOB – ( Commission Of Inquiry )

updated: Friday June 24th. 7.21am

The highly questionable state of the judiciary: and cases assigned to judges where conflict of interest may go up to-the-gray-line of inappropriate.

The former Deputy P.M of the Barrow Administration has gotten a big payday from the courts, in his defamation lawsuit -vs- the Government of Belize ‘Commission of Inquiry’ proceedings of 2021.

In a decision this morning, June 23rd. Justice Lisa Shoman awarded Patt $95,000.00 in compensatory damages and $50,000.00 in vindicatory damages.

Former Prime Minister, attorney Dean O Barrow argued before justice Lisa Shoman that the report published by the ‘Commission of Inquiry’ damaged the reputation of Hugo Patt.


  • The Commission of Inquiry was intended to show the public the malfeasants and abuse of authority of the Dean Barrow Administration.

  • The government is expected to appeal the decision in the Appeals Court.

  • Hugo Patt was represented by former Prime Minister, attorney Dean O Barrow.

  • In April of 2019 the then attorney Lisa Shoman (who was considered to be PUP, ) argued along side the UDP at the Appeals Court concerning the ICJ Injunction brought by the PUP.

  • At that time of the ICJ Referendum Appeal in the High Courts (April 2019), several questions were raised and aired on media outlets, indicating “that the amount of money that was being paid to the then attorney Lisa Shoman; representing the government was exorbitant”: In archived news reports the then Prime Minister Dean O Barrow is shown commenting that the large sums that were being paid by the Dean Barrow administration to attorney Lisa Shoman could or should have been even more.

  • Justice Lisa Shoman was appointed to sit as a judge in the supreme court 2 months before the election of 2020.

  • A similar lawsuit was also recently brought to the courts by Dean O Barrow as plaintiff, seeking damages in the amount of ‘four hundred thousand dollars’ in compensation to him. That lawsuit against the government has been presided by justice Lisa Shoman.

  • The taxpayers purse pays the bill when anyone sues the government.

Highly irregular ‘appearances of impropriety‘ or ‘conflict of interest‘ is usually cause for automatic recusal, or reassignment of such civil cases to another judge.

Written & Compiled by: channel1Belize.com / digitalBelize,LIVE Staff writer – Friday, June 24th. 2022 – channel1belize@gmail.com

A New ‘Chief Justice’ Is Scheduled To Join Belize’s Judiciary

updated: 8am., June 27th. 2022

The appointment of Chief Justice ‘Louise Esther Eugenie Blenman’ has crossed the hurdle of notifying the ‘Leader of The Opposition’ and it reads as follows

“Cabinet Secretary Stuart Leslie has written to Opposition Leader Moses “Shyne” Barrow informing him that Prime Minister John Briceno intends to advise Governor-General Dame Froyla Tzalam of the appointment of Louise Esther Eugenie Blenman as Chief Justice of Belize. Louise Esther Eugenie Blenman will replace Acting Chief Justice Michelle Arana.”

Louise Esther Eugenie Blenman graduated from the University of the West Indies in 1986 with a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B.) She is a native of Guyana, where she began her legal career, and after serving in various judicial posts, was a Judge in the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court of Appeals.

There are rumblings in some political circles and by supporters of acting Chief Justice Michelle Arana; indicating that she should have been appointed to the post, and that she was the first acting female and local CJ that held the post.

But according to reliable information within the judiciary, acting Chief Justice Michele Arana did not apply for the post, and apparently didn’t because it was announced that applicants must have high-court experience; such as being on the bench of an apelet court in the Caribbean Union.

Acting Chief Justice Michele Arana, who has been in the post for 2 years, will be elevated to sit on the Court of Appeals.

On the evening of Thursday June 23rd. the government of Belize said, via it website that
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“Under the Senior Courts Bill that was recently tabled in the National Assembly earlier this month, the restructured office of the Chief Justice is expected to be the judicial leader for both the Supreme Court of Belize and the Court of Appeal. The Prime Minister believes that the Hon. Justice Louise Blenman’s candidacy, therefore, brings a wealth of experience having sat on both courts in the region”. 

Written & Compiled by: channel1Belize.com / digitalBelize,LIVE Staff writer – Friday, June 24th. 2022 – channel1belize@gmail.com