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USA v. 53 Virtual Currency Accounts et al: Forfeiture Complaint

August 13, 2020 - Forfeiture Complaint involving "an investigation by the Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation's Cyber Crimes Unit, Homeland Security Investigations, and Federal Bureau of Investigation into online fundraising activities conducted by Hamas's military wing, the al-Qassam Brigades" in USA v. 53 Virtual Currency Accounts, 127 Virtual Currency Properties, Five Accounts Heal at Financial Institution 1, The AlQassam.ps Domain, and The Qassam.ps Domain at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

USA v. Facemaskcenter.com et al: Forfeiture Complaint

August 05, 2020 - Forfeiture Complaint involving "an investigation by Homeland Security Investigations, the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigations, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation" into the "unlawful sale of personal protection equipment during the national pandemic, and the related use of such proceeds to support and finance terrorism" in USA v. Facemaskcenter.com and Four Facebook Pages at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

August Carbera et al v. Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp. et al: Complaint

December 27, 2019 - Complaint alleging Violation of the Anti-Terrorism Act in August Carbera et al v. Black & Veatch Special Projects Corporation, described as a Delaware company based in Kansas; Centerra Group, LLC, described as a Delaware company based in Florida; DAI Global LLC, described as a Delaware company based in Maryland; Environmental Chemical Corporation, described as a Kentucky company based in California; G4S Holdings International (AG) Limited, described as a "wholly owned subsidiary of G4S Plc", of England; G4S Risk Management Limited, of England; Janus Global Operations LLC, described as a Delaware company based in Tennessee; Louis Berger Group, Inc., described as a Delaware company based in New Jersey; Louis Berger International, Inc., described as a Delaware company based in New Jersey; The Louis Berger Group, Inc./Black & Veatch Special Projects Corporation Joint Venture, based in Washington, DC; MTN Group Limited, described as "a South African telecommunications company whose stock trades publicly on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange"; MTN (Dubai) Limited, of Dubai, and MTN Afghanistan, of Afghanistan, at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Turkey v. Hamit Çiçek: Discovery Application

November 08, 2019 - Application by the Republic of Turkey to take discovery from Hamit Çiçek for use in an international arbitration involving Cascade Investments NV, of Belgium, filed at the U. S. District Court of the District of New Jersey.

USA v. Milenyum Energy SA et al: Forfeiture Complaint

June 27, 2019 - Forfeiture Complaint in USA v. Funds in the names of Milenyum Energy SA, domiciled in Panama, based in Turkey, and Blue Energy Trade Ltd. Company, domiciled in St. Kitts and Nevis, based in Turkey, regarding a suspected scheme to launder via U.S. correspondent banks to evade U.S. sanctions concerning Syria, at the U. S.District Court for the District of Columbia.

IF P&C Insurance Ltd. v. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia et al: Complaint

June 14, 2018 - Complaint in IF P&C Insurance Limited v. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Saudi High Commission for Relief of Bosnia & Herzegovina at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Global Aerospace, Inc. et al v. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia et al: Complaint

June 14, 2018 - Complaint in Global Aerospace, Inc., Global Aerospace Underwriting Managers Limited, United States Aviation Underwriters, Inc., American Home Assurance Company, AXA Corporate Solutions Assurance SA, AXA Global Risks (UK) Limited, La Réunion Aérienne, New Hampshire Insurance Company, Prosight Specialty Management Company, Inc., Members of Lloyd's Syndicate 839, Members of Lloyd's Syndicate 800, Members of Lloyd's Syndicate 1084, and Württenbergische Versicherung AG v. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Saudi High Commission for Relief of Bosnia & Herzegovina, and the Islamic Republic of Iran at the U S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

General Re et al v. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Complaint

May 19, 2017 - Complaint in General Reinsurance Corporation, General Reinsurance AG, Faraday Underwriting Limited, on behalf of The Underwriting Members of Lloyd's Syndicate 435; The Underwriting Members of Lloyd's Syndicate 1861, National Indemnity Company, and Columbia Insurance Company v. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Montenegro: Eduard Shirokov et al

February 27, 2017 - Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Montenegro - for a criminal investigation into Russian nationals Eduard Shirokov, Vladimir Popov and Sasa-Aleksandar Sindelic for suspected attempted terrorism, attempted assassination, establishment of a criminal organization and preparing acts against the security of Montenegro.

Caron Addesso et al v. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia et al: Complaint

December 23, 2016 - Complaint in Caron Addesso, Jorge Alban, Sandy Alberto, Raul Alcivar, Candida Almonte, Doria S Alvarez, Juan Alvarez, Maria Alvarez, Jose Alvarracin, Rosa Beatriz Angamarca, Rossina Angulo, James Appio, Michael Arendt, Betsy Arruda-Loor, Kleber Arteaga, Joseph Asciolla, Derlim Avila, Edward Barlotta, Raul Barreto, Susan Bentley, Robert Bortell, Mary Boudreau-Perdomo, Jorge Bravo, Vincent Briganti, Christopher Brown, German Ernesto Bunay, Charles Burress, Ana Camareno, Rodrigo Campozano, Consuelo Campuzano, Alfred Canonico, Catterine Cardona, Linda Carrillo, Salvatore Cassaniti, Charles Catanese, Thomas Cawley, Adolf Cebula, Justina Claret, Michael Colantuono, Benjamin Colecchia, Jacqueline Colon, Rosabel Colon, Louis S. Conzo, Daniel Corchado, Martin Coyne, Debra Credendino, William Crowley, Julio Cruz, Dean Curti, Mieczyslaw Dabrowski, Maurice Davis, Wayne Dawkins, James Arthur DeMatteo, Michael Decker, Wieslaw Demko, Clark Denis, Castrenze DiCarlo, Thomas DiCostanza, Ruth Diaz, Pancri Diez, Rosa Diez, Frank Dileo, Michael Divirgilio, Michael Dolan, Francisco Dominguez, Nick Dousmanis, Thomas Dowdle, Robert Doyle, Stanislaw Drozdz, Oran Eberhart, Jorge Encalada, Nancy Espinosa-Cardenas, Aniello Esposito, Gerard Evans, Louis Failla, Christopher Favale, Gladys Feliciano, Anthony Fischetti, Anthony Forgione, Dzile Frangu, Manuel Freytes, Wilson Gallegos, Andres Garcia, Robert Garcia, Roy Garcia, Pavlos Gatzonis, William Gavin, Richard Gazzola, Edir Giraldo, Hitier Giraldo, Abel Gomes, Michael J. Gona, Robert Guendel, Samuel Guiracocha, Carlos Guzman, Henry Hachemeister, Michael Harrigan, Sean Harte, Enrique Hermida, Jorge Hernandez, and Joseph Heron v. Al Haramain Islamic Foundation, Al Rajhi Bank, Dallah Avco Trans Arabia, Dubai Islamic Bank, International Islamic Relief Organization, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Mohamed Binladin Company, Mohamed Binladin Organization, Muslim World League, National Commercial Bank, Prince Mohamed Bin Faisal Al Saud, Saudi Binladin Group, World Assembly of Muslim Youth, and Yasin Kadi at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
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