Posts Tagged: Bahamas
Judge Shira Scheindlin has now decided most of the pending pre-trial issues in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prosecution of Frederic Bourke. Her rulings generally restrict the government’s use of other-acts-type evidence, while allowing Bourke latitude to tell his story.… Continue Reading
A report yesterday from Dow Jones said the United States has dropped its sputtering prosecution of David B. Pinkerton on charges of conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
The government had alleged that in June 1998, as the head of AIG Global Investment Corp.,… Continue Reading
The Bahamas News Online Edition (The Bahama Journal) reports today that the Supreme Court there has ruled against the extradition of Victor Kozeny (left). The ruling means Kozeny is no longer under arrest in the Bahamas, which had detained him at the request of the U.S.… Continue Reading