"The truth should never get in the way of a good story" – or so the saying goes. From Hollywood to Man Booker Prize authors and Pulitzer Prize winning journalists, the truth, on occasion, can be stretched in order to reach a story's desired outcome. Whether the desired end product is for entertainment or to persuade audiences, hyperbole is a useful tool.
There is a mismatch between the popular myths and the reality, when it comes to the Cayman Islands, write Caroline Williams and Jason Allison.
This article first appeared in The Legal Special 2016 published by PEI in April 2016.
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