Articles

E.g., 2017-08
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Two Migration Enforcement Bills Progress Through U.S. Congress Two bills that would tighten significantly migration enforcement are flying through the U.S. Congress and reflect the global trend to simultaneously strengthen borders, criminalize illegal entry and... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States Customs Enforcement, Immigration, Terrorism, Fraud, Asset Forfeiture, Deportation, Smuggle
Cayman Court Refuses to Recognize SEC Receiver of Trust In a decision reported recently, the Grand Court of Cayman refused to recognize the receiver of a Trust the U.S. District Court had appointed on the application of the U.S. Securities and Exchange... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, Cayman Islands Jurisdiction, Fraud, Securities Trade Enforcement
Dominican Republic Tries to Cope with Return of Ex-Convicts from the U.S. In early June 1995, the first 27 of approximately 5,000 Dominicans convicted of felonies in the United States were returned to the Dominican Republic after finishing their prison sentences. The... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, Caribbean, Dominican Republic Transfer of Prisoners, Deportation
Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal Indicts Leaders On July 25, 1995, the International Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia (ITWCY) indicted and issued arrest warrants for Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and his top military... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 Croatia, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia, Herzegovina United Nations, War Crimes, Genocide, International Courts, Crimes against Humanity
Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal Declares to Have Jurisdiction to Try Tadic On August 10, 1995, the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of Former Yugoslavia... André Klip 11 9 1995-09-01 Former Yugoslavia Human Rights, Jurisdiction, United Nations, War Crimes, International Courts
Newark Federal Tax Fraud Indictment of Russian Emigres and Belgian Bank Losses Focus Attention on Internationalization of Russian Organized Crime Two new cases, one involving fuel excise tax fraud in the U.S. and the other involving a bankruptcy and losses of millions of francs by a Belgian ban, illustrate growing sophistication by Russian... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, Belgium, Russia, Greece, Former Soviet Union Organized Crime, Tax Crimes
Bank Inspector Reviews Progress of Caribbean Supervisors against Money Laundering During the meeting of the finance ministers of the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) on June 24-25, 1995, Henry Jeffers, Inspector of Banks, Trinidad & Tobago, outlined the progress... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 Caribbean, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Guyana Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Financial Supervision, Banking Supervision
China and Hong Kong Credit Card Scam Exposed An international credit card ring centered in Hong Kong and China has been exposed. The way it operated is that an organized crime syndicate with a factory in China manufactured fake credit cards... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 China, Taiwan, Australia, Hong Kong Corruption, Organized Crime, Fraud
Council of Europe Book Discusses the Evolution of the International Anti-Money Laundering Enforcement Regime Dirty Money by William G. Gilmore Council of Europe Press 317 pp. 1995 The Council of Europe, already one of the pioneers in forging the international anti-money laundering enforcement regime,... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 Europe Money Laundering, Human Rights, International Organizations, European Union, Organized Crime, Book Review, International Convention
Globality and Technology Gives Rise to New International Financial Crimes On August 3, 1995, during the Annual Convention of the American Bar Association Jane Wexton, counsel and Vice President, Citibank, highlighted developments in international financial crime.... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States Money Laundering, Fraud, Financial Crimes, Economic Crimes
Congress Reviews U.S. Policy on Asian Heroin Production and Trafficking On June 21, 1995, the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific of the House Committee on International Relations in a hearing on Asian heroin production and trafficking reviewed current and future policy... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Asia, China, Venezuela, Taiwan, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Turkey, Thailand, Hong Kong, Former Soviet Union Intelligence, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Law Enforcement
Importers to South Korea Complain of Uncertainty in Applying Criminal Excise Tax Requirements Importers into South Korea have complained of uncertainty in the application of excise tax requirements that subject importers to substantial criminal and/or administrative penalties and focus on the... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, South Korea Taxation, Trade Enforcement, Treaties, Tax Crimes, Customs
Canada Captures Robbery Fugitive from New Jersey On August 9, 1995, Canadian law enforcement officials arrested Avram David Gottlieb in a hotel in Ottawa after he had evaded authorities in three countries for almost five months after he allegedly... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 Canada, United States Extradition, Law Enforcement, Robbery
Israel Seeks Extradition of Alleged Terrorist from U.S. On July 31, 1995, a Jerusalem court issued an arrest warrant for Mousa Abu Marzook and on August 8, 1995, an extradition hearing was held, at which time U.S. prosecutors said that Marzook financed... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, Israel, Palestine Extradition, Immigration, Terrorism, Murder, Arms Trafficking
Forfeiture for the Purposes of Extradition, Crime or Punishment?: United States v. Saccoccia On December 18, 1992, Mr. Stephen A. Saccoccia was convicted on racketeering, money laundering, and other related charges concerning his alleged activities with the Cali cartel. After learning his... Lisa S. Koenig 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, Switzerland Money Laundering, Administration of Justice, Extradition, Asset Forfeiture, Treaties
British Court Holds Fugitive Extraditable and Long Delay of Extradition Not Sufficient Where Attributable in Part to Fugitive In 1994, a British court upheld the extradition of a person who was charged in Hong Kong with accepting bribes between 1981 and 1982 and denied his application for habeas corpus, which was based on... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 China, United Kingdom, Hong Kong Extradition, Human Rights, Bribery
English Court Allows Swiss Court to Decide Whether to Fulfill Request for Judicial Assistance Even Though Trial Is Complete On February 21, 1995, a British court allowed Swiss authorities to determine whether to fulfill a request for judicial assistance even though a criminal trial was concluded...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Norway Extradition, Mutual Legal Assistance
U.S. Court Dismisses Complaint of U.S. Narcotics Official Charged with Misallocation of Fuel in Bolivia On July 21, 1995, the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Louisiana dismissed a complaint brought by a U.S. citizen contract employee for the State Department conducting anti-narcotics... Bruce Zagaris 11 9 1995-09-01 United States, Mexico, Bolivia, China Administration of Justice, Human Rights, Jurisdiction, Drug Enforcement