Articles

E.g., 2024-06
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
UN Experts Release Reports on International Crimes Allegedly Committed by Israel and Hamas             On June 12, 2024, the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT), including East Jerusalem and Israel... Michael Plachta 40 7 2024-06-14 Israel International Crimes
Two Estonian Nationals to be Tried in US Over $575M Cryptocurrency Ponzi Scheme             On November 20, 2022, Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turõgin were arrested in Tallinn, Estonia on an indictment that alleged the two men induced hundreds... Austin Wahl 40 7 2024-06-14 Estonia Cybercrime
Danish Ministry of Taxation Announces Efforts against Lawyers, Accountants, and Advisors            On June 6, 2024, the Danish Ministry of Taxation announced initiatives against lawyers, accountants, and other advisors who help gangs and organized... Bruce Zagaris 40 7 2024-06-14 Denmark Money Laundering
Kenyan Parliamentary Committee Investigates UK Soldiers for Committing Crimes Against Humanity            Between May 28 and May 30, 2024, Kenya’s Parliamentary Committee on Defense and Foreign Affairs launched an inquiry into the alleged human rights... Morinsola Tinubu 40 7 2024-06-14 Kenya Crimes against Humanity
Bar Webinar Focuses Attention on Environmental Crimes in West Papua            On May 28, 2024, the American Bar Association hosted a webinar[1] on “Addressing Gender-Based Violence and Environmental Crimes in West Papua.”... Kaila Hall and Bruce Zagaris 40 6 2024-06-07 Indonesia Environment
Illegal Rosewood Timber Trade Fuels Insurgency in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique            On May 14, 2024, after a four-year undercover sting operation, the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) issued a report, finding that since 2017, an... Bruce Zagaris 40 6 2024-06-07 Mozambique Environment
Interpol Helps Brazil and Spain Disrupt Grandoreiro Banking Trojan Operation            In January 2024, Brazilian law enforcement announced the arrest of five administrators of a Grandoreiro banking trojan operation. The Grandoreiro operation... Bruce Zagaris 40 6 2024-06-07 Brazil Cybercrime
U.K. Denies Extradition of Brazilian Citizen Due to Human Rights Concerns            On May 29, 2024, a landmark decision by District Judge (Magistrates’ courts) Briony Josephine Clarke revealed significant implications for... Marco Stewart Lopez 40 6 2024-06-07 United Kingdom Extradition
Australian Magistrate has Denied Ex-US Marine Pilot’s Bid to Block Extradition to the U.S.            On Friday, May 24, a judge in Sydney, Australia ruled that Daniel Duggan can be extradited to the U.S., rejecting the former U.S. Marines Corps pilot’... Morinsola Tinubu 40 6 2024-06-07 Australia Extradition
Justice Department Strengthens Efforts to Tackle Human Smuggling and Immigration-Related Offences            On May 31, 2004, the Justice Department announced a plan to strengthen its attack on human smuggling operations and to further bolster immigration-related... Austin Wahl 40 6 2024-06-07 United States Immigration
Criminal Enforcement in Saudi Arabia's Competition Policy Against Cartels: With Comparative Insights into International Regulations            Saudi Arabia has lately developed into a vibrant and fast-expanding economy that seeks to diversify and attract investment in various sectors, such as... Aljohrh Al Abdulsalam 40 6 2024-05-31 Saudi Arabia Regulation
U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs Holds Roundtable Americans Detained Abroad            On April 30, 2024, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs hosted a roundtable on Americans Detained Abroad.  This article discusses the hearing and U.S... Bruce Zagaris 40 6 2024-05-31 United States Detention
Multinational Law Enforcement Force Dismantles 911 S5 Botnet and Arrests its Administrator            On May 29, 204, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that a court-authorized coordinated international law enforcement operation disrupted a botnet used... Bruce Zagaris 40 6 2024-05-31 United States Cybercrime
Outsourcing the Prison System Through the New “Mode” of Transfer of Foreign Prisoners            On May 23, 2024, the Kosovo parliament ratified a treaty with Denmark allowing the return of the Kosovo nationals sentenced to prison terms, to serve their... Michael Plachta 40 6 2024-05-31 Kosovo Transfer of Prisoners
Renewed Trial of Emsley Tromp in Curaçao Highlights Alleged Fraudulent Loans, Local Anti-Corruption Efforts            A trial in Curaçao has brought to light an alleged multi-country money-laundering scheme surrounding ex-President of the Central Bank of St. Maarten... Kenneth Boggess 40 6 2024-05-31 Curaçao Corruption
Council of Europe Adopted a Set of Resolutions on Alexei Navalny and Kara-Murza Calling for Legal Accountability of Putin            At its sitting held on April 17, 2024, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) adopted three resolutions addressing several interrelated... Michael Plachta 40 6 2024-05-31 Russia Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)
International Court of Justice Tells Mexico that with Ecuador’s Assurances in Place, there is No Urgency to Issue Provisional Measures to Guarantee Mexico’s Embassy in Quito            On May 23, 2024, with a unanimous decision, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) denied Mexico’s request for provisional measures in the case... Rodrigo Labardini 40 6 2024-05-31 Mexico International Courts
TCI Makes 8 U.S. Tourists Bite the Bullet for Importing Firearms and Ammunition            On April 24, 2024, the Turks and Caicos Attorney General and Director of Public Prosecutions released a statement that “8 firearms and ammunition... Bruce Zagaris 40 6 2024-05-24 Turks and Caicos Arms Trafficking
DEA Issues Report on Fentanyl and Focuses on Assigning Blame to Other Actors            The Drug Enforcement Administration released on May 9, the National Drug Threat Assessment 2024 (NDTA-2024). The DEA portrays Mexican transnational criminal... Rodrigo Labardini 40 6 2024-05-24 United States Drug Enforcement
British High Court Allows Assange to Bring New Appeal against U.S. Extradition Request            On May 19, 2024, a pair of High Court judges in Britain decided Julian Assange can appeal his extradition to the U.S. after reviewing the request assurances... Bruce Zagaris 40 6 2024-05-24 United States Extradition

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