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Defendant found guilty in Barbados' first ever criminal trial for sale of counterfeit goods

Barbados has concluded its first criminal trial for the sale of counterfeit goods, with the Crown obtaining a guilty verdict. The case involved shoes and backpacks that counterfeited the ‘Fenty PUMA by Rihanna’ line.

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