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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Singapore New Extradition Warrant for Leeson Will Likely Have Success as Britain Decides Not to Request Extradition At the end of April 1995, Singapore officials in Germany revealed that they timely delivered a new extradition warrant for former Barings trader Nick Leeson Singapore traders filed a new request... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 2009-06-01 United States, Germany, Singapore Extradition, Human Rights, Fraud, Forgery
Discussions on International Criminal Court Proceed On April 3-13, 1995, the first of two ad hoc meetings on the International Criminal Court to "review the major substantive and administrative issues relating to its establishment" took place in New... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago, France, United Kingdom, China, Switzerland, Nigeria, South Africa, Netherlands, Russia, Algeria, Ghana, Trinidad and Tobago, Denmark International Organizations, Jurisdiction, Terrorism, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, War Crimes, Genocide, Torture, International Courts, Treaties, International Convention, Crimes against Humanity
United Kingdom: Report on the Draft Europol Convention by the House of Lords On May 1, 1995 the Select Committee on the European Communities of the House of Lords presented their report on Europol. During their enquiry the Select Committee invited various witnesses to give... André Klip 11 6 1995-06-01 United Kingdom, Netherlands Intelligence, International Organizations, Jurisdiction, Terrorism, European Union, International Courts, Treaties, Drug Enforcement, International Convention
Court-Martial Conviction of U.S. Captain for Disobedience in Haiti Raises Law of War, Human Rights and Other Issues On May 14, 1995, Capt. Lawrence P. Rockwood, a military intelligence officer stationed in Fort Drum, New York with the 10th Mountain Division, was found guilty of misconduct and court-martialed to a... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, Haiti, Vietnam Human Rights, Law of War, Prisoner Rights, International Convention
British Police Arrest Lawyers of U.S. Law Firm in London in Investigation of Money Laundering and Russian Gangs On May 16, 1995, British police investigating an alleged money-laundering operation with links to Russian criminal gangs arrested two partners of a major U.S. law firm and seized documents from its... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Canada, United States, Russia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Austria, Kazakhstan, Channel Islands, United Kingdom Money Laundering, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Fraud, Financial Crimes, Law Enforcement, Smuggle, Economic Crimes, Vehicles
War Crimes Tribunal Rejects Mihailovic Proffer as Without Evidentiary or Other Value A rift has occurred between the Dutch Government and the War Crimes Tribunal over the handling of Serbian defector Cedomir Mihailovic after War Crimes prosecutor Richard Goldstone declared... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Netherlands, Serbia, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia Law of War, War Crimes, International Courts
Summit of the Americas Anti-Money Laundering Follow-Up On December 11, 1994, at a meeting held for the governments in the Western Hemisphere, the heads of governments pledged to act against a number of criminal problems and strengthen enforcement... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, Jamaica, Colombia, Belize, Haiti, Panama, St. Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, European Union, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, Mutual Legal Assistance, Asset Forfeiture, Treaties, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, International Convention, Law Enforcement, Financial Supervision
War Crimes Tribunal Requests Bosnia to Allow It Jurisdiction over 3 Bosnian Serb Leaders On May 16, 1995, the Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia in a ruling by presiding judge Adlophus Karibi-Whyte, held that the Tribunal could request from Bosnia jurisdiction over... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Germany, Japan, Serbia, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia Jurisdiction, Law of War, War Crimes, International Courts
Hungary Initiates Tax Compliance Program Hungarian Prime Minister Gyula Horn has appointed a task force of police, national security advisers and tax and customs authorities to start monitoring the black economy, collecting tax, and cutting... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Hungary Customs Enforcement, International Organizations, Taxation, Organized Crime, Fraud, Tax Enforcement, International Cooperation, Tax Crimes, Smuggle
Interpol Initiates Data Bank to Contract Organized Crime While Criminals Take Advantage of National Loopholes In the past few months Interpol has started a worldwide data bank to counter the threat of organized crime. Despite the new Interpol steps, organized crime can easily identify and exploit differences... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 France, Germany, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Italy, Russia, Austria Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Human Trafficking, International Organizations, European Union, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Fraud, Drug Enforcement, Banking Supervision
German Government Seeks Extradition of German Real Estate Developer for Fraud and Forgery On May 19, 1995, the German Government indicated that it will ask the United States to extradite quickly fugitive construction magnate Juergen Schneider and his wife Claudia who were arrested the... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, Germany, Switzerland, Iran, Bahamas, Paraguay Extradition, Fraud, White Collar Crime, Forgery, International Cooperation
Global Organized Crime: The New Empire of Evil (Linnea P. Raine and Frank J. Cilluffo, eds.), Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C. (1994, 185 pp.) The book is an edited report of a conference held in Washington, D.C. on September 27, 1994, which brought together leaders of the financial, intelligence, and law enforcement communities...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Germany, United Kingdom, Nigeria, Italy, Austria, Jamaica, Former Soviet Union Cybercrime, Intelligence, International Organizations, Jurisdiction, National Security, Terrorism, Arms Trafficking, Organized Crime, Fraud, Book Review, Securities Trade Enforcement, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Financial Crimes
US Arrests Former Head of Haitian Paramilitary On May 12, 1995, the Immigration and Nationality Service (INS) arrested Emmanuel Constant, the former secretary general of the Front for Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH). The Aristide... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, Haiti, Puerto Rico Extradition, Human Rights, Intelligence, Immigration, Murder, Torture, Sanctions, Deportation, Rape
Pakistan and Philippines Conclude Anti-Terrorism Cooperation Agreement On April 28, 1995, Mr. Rafael Alunan, the Philippine interior secretary, revealed that the Philippine and Pakistan Governments concluded an agreement to provide mutual assistance, including sharing... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Indonesia, Pakistan, Philippines Intelligence, Terrorism, Arms Trafficking, Mutual Legal Assistance, International Cooperation, Smuggle
Commercial Crime Bureau Exposes Increase of Sugar Frauds On February 23, 1995, the International Chamber of Commerce, Commercial Crime Bureau (CCB), issued a special report on "sugar frauds," warning the trading, businesses, and banking communities of the... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Caribbean Fraud, Law Enforcement, Trade Crimes
Canada and Spain Conclude MLAT On July 4, 1994, the Governments of Spain and Canada concluded a treaty on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters. It was published in the Spanish official gazette on February 24, 1995...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Canada, Spain Mutual Legal Assistance, Treaties
Money Laundering (Proceeds of Drug Trafficking) Bill 1994 In July 1994, The Bahamas ratified the Treaty between the United States and The Bahamas on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters. The Treaty provided for the immobilization of forfeitable assets of... Z.C. Allyson Gibson 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, Bahamas Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, Asset Forfeiture, Treaties
U.S. and Mexico Conclude Commodities Futures Trading Enforcement MOU On May 11, 1995, the Mexico National Banking and Securities Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on enforcement cooperation...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, Mexico, United Kingdom Mutual Legal Assistance, Securities Trade Enforcement, International Cooperation
US and UK Conclude Securities Regulation Cooperation Agreement On May 1, 1995, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, along with the U.K. Investment Management Regulatory Organization (IMRO), announced the issuance of a joint "Declaration on Cooperation... Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, United Kingdom Securities Trade Enforcement, International Cooperation
Controversy Erupts in Two Caribbean Countries on Death Penalty Issue Controversy has erupted in Trinidad & Tobago and Barbados over the death penalty in the cases of Glen Ashby and Robert Ryan Clarke...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 6 1995-06-01 Caribbean, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, United Kingdom Human Rights, Murder