Over the course of the past few months, Lord Neil Gibson has found himself and his associates in Belize to be the target of a negative media blitz from local news outlets, primarily Channel 5 Belize, who have targeted Gibson and his business associate Ralph Huang, due to Huang's recent election to the position of Standard Bearer for Cayo South. Gibson supported Huang's election campaign through video and press release endorsements, as well as providing a small level of financial support to assist in the election effort. The relationship between Huang and Gibson was never hidden, and was broadcast across nearly every outlet under Gibson's control both before and during the election, as well as after the outcome had been reached. The fact that Huang and Gibson conducted business together in Belize has also never been hidden, and has been well documented and publicized by Gibson himself. The negative media blitz sourced from a single, manufactured story on the Channel 5 Belize website in which an anonymous author accused Lord Neil Gibson of fraud, all the while providing no evidence to support the claim. The references to licensing issues on the website were used to mislead the public into belief that Gibson and his companies were "bad guys" and were purposely manipulated to seemingly provide substance to that claim. Channel 5 purposely did not report the fact that Gibson's company was cleared of any investigation due to the licensing issue arising from a case of mistaken identity. This issue has been addressed by Belizean officials who have provided documentation supporting Gibson's future business efforts in Belize, and all documentation is available on Gibson's websites for public viewing.
Recently, there has been a media push back on Channel 5, primarily surfacing from PlusTV Belize, who have conducted video interviews with Michael Singh, CEO Ministry of Trade, and who is documented as stating that while Gibson currently is not licensed to conduct banking in Belize, he is "not a bad guy" and is not restricted from conducting business in Belize in any way.
This media vindication of Lord Neil Gibson is the first time that the story is being presented with actual facts represented, and the truth behind Gibson and Huang is able to be seen. Although there have been several attempts on Gibson's part to provide facts to the media in Belize, the interviews have never aired, thus allowing Gibson's side to never be heard. However now, through a series of YouTube releases, Gibson is providing the actual facts behind his relationships with Belizean officials, his interests in Belize and his feelings regarding being censored by the Belizean media via his spokespeople. Interested parties are encouraged to view video news releases regarding Gibson's Belizean interests through his YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/
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