Posts Tagged: Smith and Wesson
The shot-show arrests (see our posts here) have raised lots of questions about FCPA enforcement and prosecution. In a post here, for example, we wondered if the government’s argument that the 22 defendants were part of a single conspiracy might open the door for the entrapment defense, particularly because some defense counsel in the case have said their clients didn’t know each other.… Continue Reading
The key intermediary identified as “Individual 1” in this week’s historic bribery indictment of 22 people from the military and police-equipment industry has been charged with conspiracy (18 U.S.C.… Continue Reading
That’s a Smith and Wesson and you’ve had your six.
~ James Bond to an out-of-ammo assailant in “Dr. No”
Twenty-two people from military and law-enforcement supply companies — including the vice president of sales for American gun-maker Smith & Wesson — were arrested Tuesday on charges of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and conspiracy to violate the FCPA and launder money.… Continue Reading