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USA v. Sani Abacha et al: Forfeiture Complaint

Forfeiture Complaint in USA v. assets in the names of Mohammed Sani Abacha, Doraville Properties Corporation, Rayville International, S.A., Standard Alliance Financial Services Limited, Mecosta Securities, Inc., Ridley Group Limited, The Ridley Trust, Blue Holding (1) Pte. Ltd., and Blue Holding (2) Pte. Ltd. at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Argentina: Ricardo Jaime

Request from Argentina for Judicial Assistance in a criminal investigation into Ricardo Raul Jaime for alleged unjust enrichment and corruption while serving as National Transportation Secretary.

USA v. Alvin Irwin Moss et al: Criminal Indictment

Indictment filed by USA against Alvin Irwin Moss, Frederick John Collier, Avraham Zohar, a.k.a. Avy Zohar; Richard Titterington, Geoffrey L. Feldman, Sherrie-Lee Doreen Cave, Peter James O'Sullivan, Rosalind Rose, Wayne Budd, Thomas Montgomery Bayer, Robert Murray Bohn, Stacy Layne Beavers, Beverly Ann Moss, Jeffery Allen Moss, Larry Charles Moss, Michael Joseph Harkin and Michael Elliot Cole at the U. S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee.

Switzerland: Vladimiro Montesinos

Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Switzerland into Vladimiro Montesinos Torres, James Stone, Ilan Weil Levy, Zwi Sudit, Yury Khozyainov, Fernando Carulla, Rony Lerner and Mordechai Mintzer for alleged money laundering, bribery and embezzlement.

Norway: Christian August Mohr

Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Norway into Christian August Mohr and Carmelo Salvatore Firetto for alleged investment fraud.

Ansbacher fires its New York correspondent bank

Ansbacher (Bahamas) Ltd. has fired its New York correspondent bank for providing confidential information about its account to the IRS without notifying the offshore bank first.And Ansbacher itself has been reprimanded by the Central Bank of the Bahamas for failing to inform the body quickly enough that the IRS was seeking information about its clients.