E.g., 2020-04
Title Abstract Author Volumesort ascending Issue Date Published Geography Subject Areas
South Africa Arrests U.S. Murder Suspect On November 8, 2002, the South African Government arrested James Kilgore, a former member of the radical Symbionese Liberation Army, 27 years after he fled California on murder charges. According to... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States, South Africa Extradition
Russia Requests Berezovsky Extradition from England On November 6, 2002, the media reported that Russia has requested England to arrest and extradite Boris A. Berezovsky, the prominent Russian businessman and former media mogul, on charges that he and... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United Kingdom, Russia Terrorism
Russia Requests Berevsky Extradition from Denmark and Qatar On October 30, 2002, the Danish Government arrested a senior Chechen leader, Akhmed Zakayev, the 43 year-old deputy prime minister of the Chechen Separatist government in exile, on charges that he... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States, Russia, , Qatar Extradition, Human Rights
Blair Administration Introduces Bill to Simplify Extradition On November 14, 2002, the Blair Administration introduces new legislation to modernize its extradition legislation to cover tax and customs matter. The bill incorporates the European arrest warrant... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 Europe, United Kingdom Extradition, European Union
U.S. Announces Break Up of International Ecstasy Trafficking Group On November 5, 2002, Drug Enforcement Administration officials announced multiple arrests and cracking of an international narcotics ring involving Dominican drug dealers in New York that imported... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States, Netherlands Drugs & Trafficking
Bermuda Appellate Court Gives US Victory in Braswell TIEA Case On November 28, 2002, the Court of Appeals for Bermuda gave the United States and Bermuda Governments a unanimous 3-0 victory in their appeal of a decision of the lower court in efforts to obtain... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States, Europe, United Kingdom, Bermuda Taxation
IRS Increase Pressure on International Schemes On November 14, 2002, a U.S. District Court sentenced Wayne Anderson, 63, and Richard Marks, 59, in connection with an offshore tax crime and money laundering scheme. Anderson?s Ark &... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States Money Laundering, Taxation
Head of Irish Revenue Commission Says New International Enforcement Cooperation Will Facilitate Successful Prosecution of Tax Criminals In a speech delivered November 20, 2002, Frank Daly, the Irish Revenue Commissioner, promised that international tax enforcement cooperative developments would enable the Irish Revenue Commission to... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 Ireland Taxation, Economic Integration
U.S. Appellate Court Overturns Canadian Excise Tax Conviction Due to Revenue Rule On September 30, 2002, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit overturned a conviction of five persons on six counts of wire fraud in violation of 18 U.S.C. §343 on the basis that a... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 Canada, United States Taxation, Fraud
British Dependent Territories Try to Fight British Demand to Participate in the EU Savings Directive During November 23-24, 2002 ministers from the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Turks and Caicos, Montserrat and Anguilla met in Georgetown, Grand Cayman, to respond to a British... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 Europe, United Kingdom, Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands Bank Secrecy, Taxation, European Union, Economic Integration
Canada Issue Cross-Border Currency and Monetary Instruments Reporting Regs On November 26, 2002, the Canadian Cross-Border Currency and Monetary Instruments Reporting Regulations were published in the Canada Gazette and become effective January 6, 2003. These are the final... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 Canada, United States, United Kingdom Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy
New Obligations for Attorneys under German Anti-Money Laundering Act Despite vehement criticism by the German Bar Association, the new Anti-Money-Laundering Act (hereafter German AML Act) became effective in its main parts on August 15, 2002, after its approval by the... Florian Hauswiesner 19 1 2003-01-01 Europe, Germany Money Laundering, European Union
Tensions Occur Between Canada and U.S. over U.S. Scrutiny of Canadians of Middle Eastern Descent Tensions have risen between Canada and the U.S. due to new U.S. security regulations requiring fingerprinting and interrogating of Canadians born in several Middle Eastern countries and several... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 Canada, United States Immigration, National Security, Terrorism
U.S. Refuses Access to Testimony of Al Qaeda Suspects in German Prosecution On November 19, 2002, Hans Leistritz, a counsel for Mounir el-Motassadeq, who is being prosecuted in Hamburg, Germany for his involvement in the planning of the September 11, 2001 terrorism attacks... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States, Germany Human Rights, Law of War, Terrorism, Mutual Legal Assistance
Denmark Arrests Iraqi Opposition Leader for War Crimes in the Late 1980s On November 19, 2002, Danish prosecutors arrested for war crimes Nizar Khazraji, a former military chief of staff of Saddam Hussein who fled Iraq in 1996 and has been living in Denmark as a political... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 Iraq, Extradition, Human Rights, Law of War, War Crimes
Bush Administration Supports Bill to Further Criminalize Internet Gaming and Conyers Introduces Bill to Regulate It On October 28,2002, the Bush Administration sent a letter written by Lawrence B. Lindsey, the chair of the Council on Economic Advisors, to Sen. Tom Daschle (D-S.D.), the Senate majority leader,... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States International Gaming
Brazil Enacts Inter-American Convention Against Corruption On October 7, 2002, President Fernando Henrique Cardoso enacted Decree no. 4,410, by means of which Brazil commits itself-American Convention against Corruption, adopted in Caracas on March 29, 1998... Jorge Nemr 19 1 2003-01-01 Brazil Corruption, International Organizations
EU Files New RICO Case against Cigarette Company Alleging Money Laundering On October 31, 2002, the European Community and ten European Union members filed a 149-page complaint against RJR Nabisco, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and related companies (hereafter RJR... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States, Europe Money Laundering, Customs Enforcement, Taxation, Trade Enforcement
EU Forum on Prevention of Organized Crime Considers EU Anti-Laundering Laws On October 1, 2002, the European Commission?s Justice and Home Affairs Office held a workshop as part of an EU Forum on the prevention of organized crime to focus on the reporting obligations under... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States, Europe, Ireland Money Laundering, European Union
U.S. Widower Takes Advantage of Right to Participate in German Prosecution On November 11, 2002, a German court in Hamburg announced that Stephen Push of Great Falls, Virginia whose wife died aboard the airliner that crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, has been... Bruce Zagaris 19 1 2003-01-01 United States, Germany, Afghanistan Terrorism