On May 17, 2023, Paulo J.D.C. Casqueiro-Murta, a Portuguese citizen extradited to Houston in July 2021, was granted dismissal by the federal district court in Houston for the second time of his 2019 indictment that charged him with one count of FCPA conspiracy and three related money-laundering counts.… Continue Reading
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The Securities and Exchange Commission this week charged a Houston-based oil-and-gas firm and its CEO for making fraudulent claims about the company’s oil reserves.
A U.S. Army National Guard soldier admitted Tuesday that he took phony recruiting bonuses, becoming the twenty-fourth person in the San Antonio and Houston areas to plead guilty in a fraud and bribery scheme that started nearly ten years ago.… Continue Reading
A former member of the U.S. Army National Guard, Christopher Renfro, pleaded guilty Wednesday to bribery, aggravated identity theft and wire fraud.
The DOJ said 25 former and current military recruiters and U.S.… Continue Reading
The planned film In Plain Sight: Stories of Hope and Freedom is part of a campaign to help stop sex trafficking in the United States. It’s set for release into stores and online by Word Entertainment on October 4, 2014.… Continue Reading