A lead investigator in the alleged NYS scam has been removed from the case following claims that he was a business associate with one of the suspects and had been making deals with the suspects. This comes as the fate of NYS suspects seeking to be released on bail will be known next Tuesday. The suspects appealed the decision of the magistrates’ court to have them remain in custody pending the hearing and determination of the court. They argued the Magistrate violated their constitutional right in denying them bail. Ben Chumba reports.