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Title Abstract Authorsort ascending Volume Issue Date Published Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Customs? Seizure of $9.1 Million in Stereo Speakers Bound for Colombia Indicates Progress in Blocking Initial Placement of Criminal Proceeds On April 15, 1994, the media reported that during the second week of April 1994, the U.S. Customs Service seized $9.1 million stuffed in stereo speakers and air compressors headed for Colombia. This... 10 4 1994-04-01 United States, Colombia Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Law Enforcement, Smuggle
Norwegian Court Denies U.S. Extradition Request on Narcotics Conspiracy On July 16, 1999, the three-judge panel of the Gulating High Court unanimously denied the U.S. extradition request for U.S. national Harry Edward Hendriksen, who was indicted for complicity in... 16 3 2000-03-01 United States, Extradition, Drugs & Trafficking
U.S. Appellate Court Upholds Extradition to Canada and Denies Due Process Right to Speedy Trial Despite Delay of 17 Years for Extradition Request On July 21, 1993, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals by a three to zero vote upheld the extradition of American Thomas James Martin to Canada. This despite Canada’s delay of over seventeen years... 9 11 1993-11-01 Canada, United States Extradition
Pres. Of Panama, Paz Zamora, Will Not Sign New Extradition Treaty With U.S. In spite of pressure exerted by the U.S. Embassy in Bolivia, President Paz Zamora confirmed on April 5, 1993 that he will not sign a new extradition treaty with the U.S. during the last months of his... 9 6 2011-09-01 United States, Bolivia Extradition, Treaties
Advocating the Rule of Law and a Moral Approach in Combatting Terrorism and Drug Trafficking This provocative work penetrates the adverse consequences of United States governmental realpolitik policies that deliberately uses illegal conduct to combat and defeat international terrorism and... 9 7 1993-07-01 United States Jurisdiction, Terrorism, Drugs & Trafficking, International Criminal and Comparative Law, Drug Enforcement
U.N. Votes to Establish War Crimes Tribunal On February 22, 1993, the U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to establish an international tribunal to prosecute war crimes committed during the fighting in the former Yugoslav Republic. Voting... 9 2 1993-02-01 Former Yugoslavia United Nations, War Crimes, Peacekeeping, Prosecution, International Criminal Tribunal
Prisoner Transfer and Drug Cooperation Between U.S. and Cuba Again Point the Way to Improved Diplomatic Relations During August and September 1993, history has repeated itself as improvement in diplomatic relations between the Clinton Administration and the Castro Regime in Cuba has followed steps to improve... 9 12 1993-12-01 United States, Cuba Terrorism, Transfer of Prisoners, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Deportation, Criminal Procedure/Proceedings
West European Financial Action Task Force Calls for Austria to Tights “Know Your Customer” Laws On July 1, the European media reported that the West European Financial Action Task Force (WEFATF) has criticized Austria for its lax attitude against money laundering and called for corrective... 9 8 1993-08-01 Europe, Austria Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, FATF
European Community Introduces New Enforcement Mechanisms to Fight Increasing Fraud against the Community As fraud against the Community Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the European Community generally is dramatically rising, the EC is introducing new legal forms of cooperation and new technology. On... 9 5 1993-05-01 Europe Fraud, International Cooperation, Customs, Prosecution
Clinton Administration Raises Concern Over Internet Gambling Bill (VIIIB) On March 9, 2000, divergent viewpoints on many issues marked an interesting hearing before the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime. Deputy Assistant Attorney General Kevin V.... 16 4 2000-04-01 United States Cybercrime
Cypriots Challenge Extraterritorial Jurisdiction over Non-U.S. Persons Another battle is being fought over a second individual charged in a conspiracy that previously provided the basis for kidnapping a Cypriot. Hossein Alikhani, his partner, George Christoforu, and... 9 9 1993-09-01 United States, Cyprus, Libya Money Laundering, Jurisdiction, Kidnaping, Sanctions
Danish Presidency of the EC Pledges to Progress on Migration Enforcement During a meeting on March 17-19, 1993 of the Committee on Civil Liberties and Internal Affairs, presided over by Chairman Amedee Turner, a European Parliament delegate from the United Kingdom,... 9 4 1993-04-01 Europe Immigration, Law Enforcement, Border Security, Asylum
French-Belgian Cooperation in Murder Case Hits Paydirt for Arms Trafficking 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... 10 1 1994-01-01 France, Belgium Extradition, Murder, Arms Trafficking, International Cooperation
Controversy Arises over Suspected Colombia Drug Laundering in Switzerland On April 18, 1994, the business media reported controversy surrounding revelations of alleged money laundering for an alleged high level Colombian drug dealer over a period of years. The large sum of... 10 4 1994-04-01 Colombia, Switzerland Money Laundering, Extradition, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement, Smuggle
CICAD Issues Annual Report to OAS General Assembly On March 8-12, 1994, during its 15th regular session in Mar de Plata, Argentina, the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) presented its annual report to the General Assembly of the... 10 4 1994-04-01 Latin America and South America Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, Conferences, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement
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
Peruvian Ct. Rules Panamanian Extradition Request of Noriega Assoc. Inadmissible The Criminal Tribunal of the Supreme Court of Justice of Peru ruled that the extradition of Panamanian citizen Carlos Wittgreen, a former associate of General Manuel Antonio Noriega, was inadmissible... 9 6 1993-06-01 Peru, Panama Extradition, Terrorism, War Crimes, Genocide, Asylum
Panamanian Supreme Court Denies Request to Freeze Bank Accounts in the Colon Free Zone On June 1, 1994, the Panamanian Supreme Court denied a request of the Dutch Government to freeze bank accounts of businesses in the Colon Free Zone, which are the subject of investigations by... 10 6 1994-06-01 Colombia, Netherlands, Panama Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, International Cooperation, Freezing of Assets
Potential Opposition to Permanent International Criminal Court Exists While American Bar Association Task Force Report Supports War Crimes Task Force On Thursday, July 14, 1993, at the Foreign Relations mark-up for the State Department authorizations, the bill which contains the provision for a permanent international criminal court, Senator Jesse... 9 7 1993-07-01 United States Jurisdiction, War Crimes, International Criminal Court, Prosecution, International Criminal Tribunal
Clinton Administration Prioritizes War Crimes Tribunal Seizing a campaign goal, Secretary of State Warren Christopher has requested senior advisers to prepare a study on how best to establish the mechanisms required to proceed with trials of Serbian,... 9 2 1993-02-01 United States, Former Yugoslavia United Nations, War Crimes, Prosecution, International Criminal Tribunal

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