Petition to Enforce Partial Final Final Arbitration Award in the amount of $23 million in Preble-Rish Haiti, S.A., of Haiti v. Republic of Haiti and Le Bureau de Monétisation des Programmes d'Aide au Développement, of Haiti, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Complaint for damages of $27 million in Preble-Rish Haiti S.A., of Haiti v. Republic of Haiti and Le Bureau de Monétisation des Programmes d'Aide au Développement at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
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COLOMBIA: Laundering Through Cows; MEXICO: Cubans Entering US through Mexico; Anti-Drug Plan on the Rocks; New Anti-Laundering Body; Salinas's Money to Return Home; NICARAGUA: Hard Times for Ortega; PERU: Something Smelly In Military Rations; Exoneration for Lawmakers Accused of Accepting Bribes; and REGIONAL: Haiti and Colombia the Most Vulnerable; Smear Campaigns against NGOs.
CHILE: Not As Clean As It Looks; GUATEMALA: Portillo Closer to Home; HAITI: IDT's Blues; INTERNATIONAL: No Good News from TI Report; MEXICO: Smugglers and Launderers Neutralized; No Solution to Oaxaca's Crisis; NICARAGUA: Ortega Returns; REGIONAL: Businesses Worry About Frauds, Hackers and … Laundering; and URUGUAY: The Last of the Free Peiranos.
An offshore attorney has been accused of helping Jean-Bertrand Aristide misappropriate millions of dollars through fraud and corruption while he was president of Haiti.British national Adrian Corr, a 41-year-old partner with Miller Simons O'Sullivan, in the Turks & Caicos Islands, established and administered a shell firm - Mont Salem Management Ltd. - that received and distributed kickbacks and bribes paid by U. S. and Canadian telecommunications carriers to Aristide and his accomplices, it has been alleged. Corr also allegedly wrote at least one letter in which he “falsely represented” that Mont Salem was “a telecommunications carrier” with operations in the U. S. and Canada.