Crime and Justice

Guinean Couple Charged with Forced labor of a young Guinean girl

FORT WORTH, TX – A Guinean couple, Mohamed Toure, 57, and Denise Cros-Toure, 57, of Ft. Worth, Texas, appeared in…

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Securities and Exchange Commission Charges Additional Defendant in ICO Scheme

NEW YORK – The Securities and Exchange Commission announced additional fraud charges stemming from an investigation of Centra Tech Inc.’s…

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Defending Former Justice Minister Christiana Tah Against a baseless and prejudicial report by Global Witness

Global Witness is at it again – Selective Justice! This release addresses the March 2018 report by Global Witness titled…

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U.S. imposes financial sanctions on the former President of the Gambia Yahya Jammeh

Washington – Over the last year, various departments and agencies of the United States Government have actively collected information from…

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U.S. Treasury Sanctions Venezuelan Officials Associated with Corruption

Washington – The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated four current or former Venezuelan government…

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UN human rights expert launches official visit to assess freedom of expression in Liberia

PRESS RELEASE: The UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, David Kaye, is carrying out his first official visit to…

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Two Russians Jailed for Hacking Financial Institutions Around the World

Two Russian nationals were sentenced on Wednesday, February 14 to U.S. federal prison terms for their respective roles in a…

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Former U.S. Gov’t Immigration Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Stealing the Identities of Aliens

Former Chief Counsel Raphael A. Sanchez of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Office of Principal Legal Advisor pleaded guilty…

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