Pablo Escobar

Latin America Round-Up: July 6, 2010

ARGENTINA Football and Unrest Hundreds of Argentine football hooligans known as "barras bravas" flew to South Africa for the World Cup and threatened to cause disturbances if the football clubs do not get them tickets to the games. Argentina's barras

Latin America Round-Up: November 9, 2006

ARGENTINA New anti terrorism law Under pressure from the United States, Argentina is about to pass a law that will punish the funding of terrorist activities. Until now, Argentina did not have laws specifically combating terrorism funding. The Argentinean Congress

Florida court grants judicial assistance to Liechtenstein for money laundering investigations

Article based on two applications to collect evidence for separate criminal investigations into suspected money laundering - pursuant to requests for judicial assistance from Liechtenstein - that were filed at federal courts in the USA on June 14, 2001 and June 15, 2001. Individuals and businesses mentioned in the requests for assistance include Jorge Hugo Reyes Torres, Herbert Batliner, Helmuth Otto Wilhelm Eduard Stanisch, Enrico Clerici, Dresdner Bank (Switzerland) AG, Peter Niermann, Verwaltungs-und Privat Bank AG, Pablo Escobar, Juan Carlos Saavedra Molina, Eugen von Hoffen, Eugen Heeb, Maria Sanclemente, Angela Maria Narvaez, Rosa Elvira Muñoz, Nestor Gomez Mejia, Intercompany Management AG, Barex Shipping, Conus Shipping, Nomentana, Calcul Business Consulting, Cashcom Investments, Con Moto Stiftung, Brenner Stiftung, Ancestry Foundation, FSK Foundation, Von Langenburg Stiftung, Agnat Stiftung, Valauris AG, Langdon Shipping Ltd., Standex Shipping Ltd., Zundorf Unternehmens AG, LGT Bank, Citibank, National Financial Services Corp., and Pershing Securities Ltd.

Liechtenstein: Jorge Hugo Reyes Torres

Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Liechtenstein into Jorge Hugo Reyes Torres and others for suspected money laundering and narcotics trafficking.