Articles

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Canadian Court Denies U.S. Government Motion to Dismiss Suit On September 16, 1993 Judge Day of the Ontario Court of Justice denied a motion of the United States Government and other defendants, requesting dismissal of the lawsuit brought by a victim of a... 9 11 1993-11-01 Canada, United States Kidnaping, Law Enforcement, Customs
Appellate Court Revokes Demjanjuk Extradition Order Due to Fraud On November 17, 1993, the United State Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit revoked a 1986 extradition order against John Demjanjuk on the grounds that Justice Department attorneys committed “fraud... 9 11 1993-11-01
Bibliography The next Bibliography will appear in the January issue of the International Enforcement Law Reporter. 9 11 1993-11-01 World Bibliography
Appellate Court Revokes Demjanjuk Extradition Order Due to Fraud On November 17, 1993, the United State Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit revoked a 1986 extradition order against John Demjanjuk on the grounds that Justice Department attorneys committed “fraud... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States Extradition, Deportation, Prosecution
Hong Kong Customs Recovers Stolen Vehicles and Returns Them to the U.S. On October 28, 1993, the media reported that Hong Kong Customs, acting on a tip from their U.S. counterparts, recently recovered twelve vehicles stolen primarily from Philadelphia and shipped from... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States, Hong Kong Maritime, Customs
U.S. and Switzerland Conclude Note Expanding MLAT On November 3, 1993, an exchange of notes between Switzerland and the United States expanded cooperation under the Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Treaty (MLAT) to a range of securities-... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States, Switzerland Securities Law, Treaties, International Cooperation, Evidence Sharing
U.S. and UK Conclude MOU to Establish Investigation and Other Mutual Assistance to Combat Fraud and Financial Crime in the Caribbean Dependencies On November 10, 1993, the United States and British Governments signed a Memorandum of Understanding designed to help investigate, prosecute, and prevent fraud and financial crime in the five British... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States, United Kingdom, Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos, Anguilla Fraud, International Cooperation, Financial Crimes, Investigation, Prosecution, Sovereignty
Clinton Postpones Sanctions Until March 1994 on China & Taiwan for Tiger and Rhino Violations of CITES On November 8, 1993, President Bill Clinton postponed until March 1993 sanctions against China and Taiwan for the violations of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States, China, Taiwan Environment, Sanctions, Trade Crimes, Wildlife
U.S. Uses Creative Cooperation with China and Taiwan to Enforce Migration Laws In part due to creative efforts to educate and take action against violators of migration laws and due to cooperative efforts in China and Taiwan by law enforcement officials, United States... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States, China, Taiwan Immigration, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement
Congress Inundated with Bills on Crime and Aliens The emergence of combating crime by aliens and alien smuggling has resulted in the introduction of more than 100 immigration bills in Congress this session with more anticipated. The most active... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States Human Rights, Smuggle, Asylum
Eur. Court of Human Rights Overturns French Expulsion and Conviction of Tunisian On September 20, 1993, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that a Tunisian national’s fundamental human rights under Art. 6, sec. 3(d) were infringed when the testimony obtained before trial... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States, Tunisia Human Rights, Drugs & Trafficking, Fair Trial, Prosecution, European Court of Human Rights
Privy Council Overturn Jamaican Death Row Cases on Human Rights Grounds On November 2, 1993, in a decision that will have legal implications in Europe, the Caribbean and the Commonwealth, seven Law Lords sitting as the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, the final... 9 11 1993-11-01 Jamaica Murder, Prisoner Rights, Penalties
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Calls on U.S. and Texas Governments to Take Precautionary Measures to Prevent Capital Punishment to Death-Row Inmate In an unprecedented action, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has called on the United States and Texas Governments to take provisional measures to avoid the execution of a death-row... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States Human Rights, Murder, Prisoner Rights
Luxembourg Police Indicate Money Laundering Typology Trends In the current issue of the Interpol money laundering bulletin, the Luxembourg police have used four cases they have uncovered to illustrate trends in money laundering. The cases illustrate both... 9 11 1993-11-01 Luxembourg Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, Financial Crimes, Smuggle
International Human Rights and Women On October 20, 1993, Geraldine Ferraro testified before the House Subcommittee on International Security, International Organizations and Human Rights on the importance of promoting women’s rights as... Erika Ellertson Barnes 9 11 1993-11-01 United States Human Rights
CICAD Progresses on the Control of Arms and Explosives Connected to Drug Trafficking On October 8, 1993, the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission, Organization of American States, issued a report in the aftermath of one of its initial seminar-workshops. The report requested... 9 11 1993-11-01 Latin America and South America, Caribbean Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation
War Crimes Tribunal or Former Yugoslavia Opens Amid Difficulties On November 17, 1993, the tribunal for war crimes in former Yugoslavia opened amid many legal, political, financial and other problems. Eleven judges took oaths that enable them to try and sentence... 9 11 1993-11-01 Former Yugoslavia United Nations, War Crimes, International Cooperation, Investigation, Prosecution, International Criminal Tribunal
Mexico Announces Support of New Anti-Drug Program Based on Demand Reduction The Government of Mexico has announced its sponsorship of a draft resolution that will be submitted to the United Nations General Assembly based on demand reduction, improvement of the efficiency of... 9 11 1993-11-01 Mexico United Nations, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Legislation
Janet Reno Addresses the Need for Improved Mechanisms to Facilitate Government’s Cooperation in International Criminal Law, National Security, and Intelligence On November 19, 1993, Janet Reno, the Attorney General of the United States, discussed important issues and emerging new mechanisms between the management of international criminal law and national... 9 11 1993-11-01 United States Intelligence, Immigration, National Security, International Criminal and Comparative Law, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement
The European Community’s Anti-Drug Efforts: Part 2 After providing a bibliographic survey of past anti-drug activities of the European Community, this article focuses on the possibilities of future Community activities. The underlying assumption is... Bertold L. Baer 9 11 1993-11-01 Europe European Union, Drugs & Trafficking, Treaties, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement

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