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Canadian Water Subsidy Mired in Multi-Million Dollar Procurement Fraud Scandal

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Manitoba Hydro International Nigeria Limited has recently come under fire for falsely attaining contracts and earning fraudulent profits via using inaccurate exchange rate for Canadian Dollars to Nigerian Dollars. The original article is reproduced below with link following: Massive fraud at Manitoba as three managers earn

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MDFL: Florida Man Coerces 18yo to Work as his Prostitute, Pleads Guilty to Sex Trafficking

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Abdullah Hamidullah, 42, a resident of Ft. Lauderdale, has pleaded guilty to one count of sex trafficking by force, fraud, or coercion in the District Court of the Middle District of Florida.  Hamidullah convinced an 18 year old woman to travel to Florida and engage in

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AAG Bill Baer Delivers Speech on Compliance, Free Trade, and More at American Antitrust Institute’s 17th Annual Conference

Link to original speech Acting Associate Attorney General Bill Baer Delivers Remarks at American Antitrust Institute’s 17th Annual Conference Washington, DC United States ~ Thursday, June 16, 2016 Remarks as prepared for delivery Thank you to Diana Moss and to the American Antitrust Institute (AAI) for having me

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SDOH: Two Japanese Companies, Their U.S. Subsidiaries, and Over 100 Charged in Automotive Bid Rigging Scandal

Cinnaminson, NJ-  The southern district of Ohio has announced the indictment of two Cincinnati companies’ executives and the charging of over 100 others following investigation of U.S.-Japan automotive parts bid rigging racket.  Toque Kogyo Co Ltd and Maruyasu Industries Co Ltd came under fire for fixing prices for body sealing

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U.S.-China Meet for Second Round of Cybersecurity Talks

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Chinese Minister of Public Security, Guo Shengkun, and U.S. officials from Departments of Justice and Homeland Security held their second U.S.-China Cybercrime and Related Issues High Level Joint Dialogue. The summit, following President Xi’s meetings with President Obama,  focused on creating greater levels of transparency between the two

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SDNY: Chinese National Charged with Economic Espionage for Source Code Theft, Attempt to Share with Chinese Government

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Chinese software developer, Xu Jiaqiang, has been charged with six counts of economic espionage for stealing proprietary software while working for a New York firm.  Xu sought to send the program’s source code to China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission for their benefit, a clear transgression against

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EDNY: Metallurgist Company CEO Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Export Restricted Metals to Iran

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Erdal Kuyumcu, CEO of Global Metallurgy LLC, a New York-based metals company has pleaded guilty in the Eastern District of New York  to conspiracy to export special to metals to Iran.  Violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, Kuyumncu has admitted to attempting to ship a controlled metallic power

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ABA to Host First Ever Antitrust Sentencing Symposium

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Per Cartel Capers, Robert Connolly’s antitrust blog, the ABA is hosting its first annual Antitrust Sentencing Symposium.  Aimed at streamlining the process and better assessing the means to achieve deterrence, a brief primer on the symposium can be found below: 2016 Antitrust Sentencing Symposium June 13, 2016 by Robert Connolly Leave

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SDFL: San Diego Resident Attempted to Export Jet Engines, Drones, Info to Chinese Military

Cinnaminson, NJ- San Diego resident Wenxia Man has been convicted by the Southern District of Florida for conspiracy to export U.S. military property and technical information. Man agreed to procure jet engines, Hellfire drones, and technical data for Xinseng Jheng, a Chinese official who would pass the

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US Navy Rear Admiral Admits to Lying to Federal Investigators Regarding Relationship with Leonard Francis

Cinnaminson, NJ- The massive, multilateral investigation into Leonard Glenn Francis of GDMA’s navy bribery scheme continues with highest-ranking charge yet. U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Robert Gibeau pleads guilty to lying to federal investigators (DCIS and NCIS) in regards to his relationship with Francis. Gibeau admits he received

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