French-Belgian Cooperation in Murder Case Hits Paydirt for Arms Trafficking

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Saturday, January 1, 1994
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Volume: 
10
Issue: 
1
9
Abstract: 
On December 21, 1993, judicial assistance between the French and Belgian governments resulted in unexpected bonanzas with two arrests and a discovery of an arms cache. A French rogatory commission pursued an enquiry in Belgium where they expected to find Daniel Courbe and Bruno Magini. According to information available to the French investigators, the two men were in Belgium…[more]