Articles

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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Leeson Abandons Efforts to Avoid Extradition to Singapore On October 30, 1995, the media carried a report that Mr. Nick Leeson has relinquished his efforts to avoid extradition to Singapore and will return there to meet charges that, in his capacity as a... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, United Kingdom, Singapore Extradition, Fraud, Financial Crimes
Los Angeles Court Holds Italian Financier Wanted by France On October 18, 1995, Los Angeles police took Mr. Giancarlo Parretti, an Italian financier living until recently in Rome, wanted on international arrest warrants and extradition in both the U.S. and... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, France, Switzerland, Italy Extradition, Fraud, Financial Crimes
U.S. Magistrate Orders Schneiders Extradition to Germany On November 8, 1995, Miami Magistrate William Turnoff ordered the extradition to Germany of financier Mr. Jurgen Schneider and his wife Claudia to answer criminal charges in connection with the... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Germany Extradition, Treaties, Financial Crimes
President Clinton Uses U.N. for Announcing Initiatives against International Crime On October 22, 1995, President William J. Clinton, using the occasion of his 14-minute speech before the 50th anniversary of the United Nations, announced a number of new initiatives against... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Colombia, Hungary Money Laundering, Economic Sanctions, National Security, Terrorism, United Nations, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Mutual Legal Assistance, Organized Crime, Treaties, Asset Seizure, Law Enforcement, Smuggle
U.S. Lawyers Consider Enforcement Problems of Proliferating Economic Sanctions On October 25, 1995, a panel discussed "Understanding U.S. Foreign Trade Controls and Sanctions: Clearing Away the Questions and Ambiguities"...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Iraq, Iran, Cuba, Russia, Zambia, Former Yugoslavia, Libya, Korea Money Laundering, Economic Sanctions, Intellectual Property, Terrorism, Drugs & Trafficking, Export Enforcement , Asset Seizure
Mexico and U.S. Creating Cooperative Law Enforcement Operation to Protect Mexican Aliens and Patrol Border On October 25, 1995, following a month of increasing vigilantism along the Mexican-U.S. border in southern California, U.S. and Mexican officials have established a joint law enforcement operation to... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Mexico Customs Enforcement, Immigration, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement, Smuggle
The Spread of U.S.-Style Gangs: A New Threat to International Law Enforcement? The global proliferation of U.S.-style ethnic-orientated gangs has become a source of concern for U.S. and international law enforcement agencies. These gangs pose a new source of international... Victoria Gotsch 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Mexico, Colombia, Belize, El Salvador Corruption, Customs Enforcement, Human Trafficking, Immigration, Murder, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement, Deportation, Smuggle, Extortion
Cross-border Money Movements are Target of Government Investigation in Brazil The Brazilian Central Bank, the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Police are divided according to the amount of control the government should exercise over money flowing to and from Brazil...(... Sônia Cristina R. da Rocha 11 12 1995-12-01 Canada, United States, Brazil, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, Cayman Islands, Luxembourg, Sweden Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Taxation, Drugs & Trafficking, Tax Enforcement, International Cooperation, Tax Crimes, Financial Crimes, International Banking Supervision, Financial Supervision, Banking Supervision
European Commission Proposes to Bring Cooperation in Criminal Matters under Community Competence and Streamline Legislative Procedure On September 13, 1995, in commenting on the conclusions of a seminar held by the European Commission on the third pillar of the Maastricht Treaty (justice and home affairs), Commission President... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 Europe Human Trafficking, International Organizations, Immigration, Terrorism, Drugs & Trafficking, International Courts, Organized Crime, Fraud, Treaties, International Cooperation, International Convention, Law Enforcement, Customs
Money Laundering and the French Legislation Because "dirty money" is usually laundered not only across countries but, on many occasions, across continents as well, it was essential for the international community to organize the fight against... François Serres 11 12 1995-12-01 France Money Laundering, Customs Enforcement, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, Asset Forfeiture, Sanctions, Asset Seizure, Tax Enforcement, Financial Supervision, Banking Supervision
Appeals Chamber Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal Confirms Jurisdiction On October 2, 1995, in a decision on the Defense motion for interlocutory appeal on jurisdiction (IT-94-1-AR72), the Appeals Chamber confirmed the Trial Chambers decision of August 10, 1995 that the... André Klip 11 12 1995-12-01 Former Yugoslavia Human Rights, Jurisdiction, United Nations, War Crimes, International Courts, Treaties, International Convention, Crimes against Humanity
Spanish Drug Prosecutor Seeks First Closure of Bank for Money Laundering On October 17, 1995, the media reported that special drug prosecutor for court central number one of the National Court, Carlos Bueren, has accused four persons of drug money laundering in the... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Drugs & Trafficking, International Antitrust Administration, Law Enforcement, Customs, Banking Supervision
British Investigate International Frauds On October 25, 1995, the media carried news of at least two international fraud investigations involving fraudulent financial documents, indicating continuing proliferation of financial fraud schemes... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United Kingdom, Switzerland, Singapore United Nations, Fraud
U.S. Customs Issues Landborder Carrier Initiative to Reduce Drug and Contraband Trafficking In an initiative to minimize drug and contraband trafficking, the U.S. Customs has limited expedited cargo clearance only to those trucking companies that undertake strict security measures...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Mexico Customs Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, Export Enforcement , International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Customs, Smuggle
European Businesses Targeted by Database Fraudsters On November 3, 1995, the business media revealed a new type of directory fraud that is targeting European business, and billing them for an unsolicited listing in an electronic database…(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United Kingdom, Switzerland Fraud
Clinton Administration Issues Order Blocking Assets and Prohibiting Transactions with Significant Narcotics Traffickers On October 21, 1995, President William C. Clinton issued an Executive Order, blocking assets and prohibiting transactions with "significant narcotics traffickers," signaling a new use of the... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Colombia Money Laundering, Economic Sanctions, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Asset Seizure, Drug Enforcement
Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council Established On July 28, 1995, at a ceremony in St. Lucia the Secretariat of the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) was established...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 Canada, United States, Caribbean, United Kingdom, Saint Lucia Customs Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, Fraud, International Cooperation, Customs
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Certiorari in Mexican TIEA Case On October 2, 1995, the United States Supreme Court denied certiorari in the case of Abraham Neiman Cemaj, et al. v. United States. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a summons served on... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Mexico Human Rights, Taxation, Tax Enforcement, International Cooperation
Argentine Supreme Court Orders Extradition Ex-Nazi Priebke to Italy On November 2, 1995, the Argentine Supreme Court ordered the extradition of Erich Priebke, a former SS captain, to Italy to face criminal charges for a massacre that occurred during World War II...(... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Italy, Rwanda, Argentina, Former Yugoslavia Extradition, War Crimes
U.S. and Japan Amend SOFA to Facilitate Earlier Hand Over of Accused Service Persons On October 26, 1995, the United States, seeking to defuse the mounting resentment against its servicemen and military bases in Japan in the wake of the kidnapping and rape of a 12-year-old Japanese... Bruce Zagaris 11 12 1995-12-01 United States, Germany, Japan, South Korea Extradition, Murder, Treaties, Rape