4 April 2022 Bitter Hearing in the Court of Appeal of the Bahamas

What a sad era when it is easier to smash an atom than a prejudice.”

-Albert Einstein

It was a bitter hearing yesterday. The summary with all legal documents is here. But first of all I wish to Thank Mr. Philip Lundy, who is assisting us pro bono since April 2015, we are “celebrating” seven years of the free of fees assistance. Big Thanks also to Mrs. Yvette McCartney Meredith who is not on the record with yesterday’s application, could not be present due her another hearing, but she is with us and supporting by all means.

Big thanks to our three friends-expert-witnesses from United States and Monte-Carlo, our dear friend from Germany and friends in United States and Canada, family in Israel and Italy, to the students in Italy, friends of our son who all sacrificed their time, came on the remote hearing. To all our many friends and supporters in the Bahamas. Thank You!

I made the summary of the hearing. Most of all still recovering. It feels really bad when you are not allowed to speak the whole of your argument, where the court is not delivering the law base of their decision. Where the costs order is not stayed even though UBS bank for sure would not be harmed if it was stayed, and the same most likely will be used as a weapon against us.

We will continue to work and pursue our case. Now it will be the application to the Privy Council London, (UK) and probably a battle here, since UBS will attempt to perform their robbery what they are trying to call the sell.

As always, thank you very much for sharing this post, for signing our petition if you have not yet, for your overall support.


Irina and family


  1. […] On 25 April 2022 we applied to the Judicial Committee of The Privy Council asking to re-open their own decision of 10 November 2021. We outlined that 7 out of 30 rights contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights UN (1948) were violated in our case. And regarding the second part for the dismissing order we believe we healed this error by asking the permission in the Court of Appeal on 4 April 2022. […]


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