The DOJ extradited a 65-year-old Dutch woman who was indicted in 2010 for being part of a conspiracy to fix prices in the global air cargo industry.… Continue Reading
Interpol has 194 member countries. They can all request Red Notices and most of them have. How is it then that just one member — Russia — is behind more than a third of all currently public Red Notices?… Continue Reading
The former Colombian National Director of Anti-Corruption was sentenced Wednesday to four years in prison after a DEA sting in Miami caught him soliciting a $132,000 bribe to undermine an investigation into a local politician.… Continue Reading
The British press reported over the weekend that a Russian interior ministry official could become the next leader of Interpol, despite concerns that the Putin regime has abused the agency to target political opponents.… Continue Reading
The former Colombian National Director of Anti-Corruption pleaded guilty in Miami after a DEA sting operation caught him soliciting a $132,000 bribe to undermine an investigation into a local politician.
According to his plea, Luis Gustavo Moreno Rivera, 36, conspired to launder money in order to promote foreign bribery.… Continue Reading
A British critic of Russian president Vladimir Putin was detained by Spanish police Wednesday on an international arrest warrant that Russia requested through Interpol.
Financier Bill Browder tweeted that police in Madrid released him after Interpol’s general secretary in Lyon, France, instructed Spanish police not to honor Russia’s arrest request. … Continue Reading
Colombia’s top anti-corruption prosecutor was indicted in the United States after DEA agents in Miami recorded him agreeing to take bribes to subvert investigations in the U.S.… Continue Reading
More than 30 of China’s 100 most wanted corruption suspects who fled overseas have been brought back to the country, the main anti-graft agency said this week.
The 100 most wanted list was made public in 2014.… Continue Reading
Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner said in a TV ad he bought that he’ll reveal corruption in global soccer and the government of his native Trinidad and Tobago.
Warner, 72, was one of 14 FIFA officials and business executives the U.S.… Continue Reading
At the request of U.S. authorities, Interpol Red Notices — or international wanted persons alerts — have been issued for two former FIFA officials and four corporate executives for charges including racketeering, conspiracy, and corruption.… Continue Reading