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Belgium seeks Florida evidence for narco-trafficking investigation

June 07, 2006 by David Marchant


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Article based on an application to collect evidence for a criminal investigation into alleged narcotics trafficking and money laundering – pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Belgium – that was filed at federal court in the USA on February 1, 2006. Individuals and businesses mentioned in the request for assistance include Jean-Philippe Pecoraro, Guy De Backere, Albert De Bleecker, Carine Carpin, a.k.a. Carine Duprez; Eric Tichon, Gilles Berthon, Jean-Noel Meinard, a.k.a. Jean-Louis Dilorenzo; Donald Lee O’Connor, James Colton, Laurent Jeanmaire, Pascal Peixoto, Wayne Edward Driver, Steve Reiland, Caroline Delvalle, Anouk Wouters, Jeannot Molitor, Mike Roulling, Igor Tourkine, Katia Sulli, Mossack Fonseca, The International Trust Company, Immo Enterprise Inc., Frederic Meys, Memphis Commercial SA, Alofi Niue, Reicom Ltd., Carine Delvaux, Carbel Ltd., Biscar Ltd., Florimmo LLC, Les Domaines de Sclassin Ltd., Francine Engels, nee Francine de Bleecker; NationsBank NA, Bank of America, Luz M. Marchese, Agente de Cambio del Caribe Ltd., Koenrad Spitaels,  Bortolo Zerbini, Georgette D’Alban, Sophie LeBlanc, Carine Braillard, Nathalie Serroyen, Fanny Altagracia Martinez Gil, and Jean-Louis Bateau.

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