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'Last request to remove details of my fraud charges,' writes Garry Milosevich

October 30, 2015 - Letter from convicted fraudster Garry Milosevich complaining about information on OffshoreAlert's web-site concerning his fraudulent activity.

'Remove information about my clients,' writes Zoia Angelova

October 16, 2015 - Letter from Zoia Angelova requesting the removal of a document and an article concerning a request for judicial assistance from Bulgaria regarding an investigation into Ms Angelova's clients, Yanko Haralambev and Dimitrichka Nikolova Yordanova.

'Remove document in 72 hours or I sue,' writes Rewetiekoemar Kanhai

September 22, 2015 - Letter to the Editor from Rewetiekoemar S. Kanhai complaining about OffshoreAlert's publication of a request for judicial assistance in the USA by Aruba regarding a criminal investigation into suspected money laundering by Oro Cash NV.

'Apologize for defamation', writes fraudster Duane McGaw's attorney

August 10, 2015 - Letter from attorney David Wotherspoon threatening to sue OffshoreAlert for allegedly defaming his client, Canadian fraudster Duane McGaw.

'We demand an apology', writes fraudster Jean-Philippe Grange

July 02, 2015 - Letter of complaint entitled 'FATCA Violation - Defamation & Attack on US Interest and Investors Interests - Complaint to OFAC' from Jean-Philippe Grange, who claims to be 'Treasury Minister Plenipotentiary & Ambassador USA, Te Taou Sovereignty and Kingdom of Maori' and is perpetrating a fraud involving the CWM Group.

'Remove references to Carduus Group & publish retraction', demands Brian Gilmour

July 01, 2015 - Letter from Brian Gilmour, of Carduus Group, in Scotland, complaining about references to his group in an article by OffshoreAlert exposing fraud by Gilmour's business partner, Stuart Black.

Fraudster Mahmoud Chahal threatens OffshoreAlert

April 11, 2015 - Letter to the editor from Lebanon-based advance fee fraudster Mahmoud Chahal in which he threatens in broken English to harm OffshoreAlert's publisher because of postings by third parties on our message board ten years ago.

'I was a victim of Timothy von Kaay, not an accomplice,' says Henri Lechner

March 17, 2015 - Letter from Henri Lechner asking OffshoreAlert to remove his name from an article in 2006 about a dubious offshore scheme in St. Kitts & Nevis called 'Perpetual Wealth' that was headed by Canadian national Timothy von Kaay.

'Remove defamatory text', demands convicted criminal Ali Yawar

January 17, 2015 - Letter from Ali A. Yawar, a citizen of Afghanistan, resident of Spain and operator of Dunya Marbella Investments who pleaded guilty to extortion at federal court in California in 2007, demanding the removal of "defamatory text" from OffshoreAlert's web-site.

'I need my good name back', writes Bermuda policeman Peter Brentano

December 18, 2014 - Letter from Peter Brentano, a Bermuda policeman, requesting the removal of "unjust" details of a lawsuit and judgment against him at Bermuda Supreme Court in 1994.
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DOJ Scores Big With Record-breaking Alstom FCPA Sentence -- Who's Next On the DOJ'S FCPA Hit List?
Eric Havian
By   Gordon Schnell      Late Friday, French power and transportation company Alstom S.A. was sentenced to pay a $772 million fine for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) through its payment of millions of dollars in secret bribes to government officials across the gl