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Justice Department Announces New Plan to Induce Transparency, Professionalism in its Forensics Department

Cinnaminson, NJ-  In efforts to increase transparency and reduce evidence mistreatment, the Department of Justice has announced its plans to ensure the furthering of “professional responsibility” among its forensic practitioners. The DOJ announcement:   Justice Department Announces New Steps to Advance and Strengthen Forensic Science Changes Include New Code

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CDCA: Los Angeles Man Charged for Stashing Over $21 Million in Undeclared Israeli Bank Accounts

Cinnaminson, NJ-  After stashing over $21 million in untaxed revenue in Israeli bank accounts, Masud Sarshar, a Los Angeles retailer, has been charged with “one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States and one count of corruptly endeavoring to impair and impede the due administration of the internal

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CartelCapers: Microsoft Wins SCA Case Over DOJ

Cinnaminson, NJ-  In a CartelCapers piece written by Robert Connolly (shown below), Microsoft is reported to have won a SCA case against the DOJ for their attempts to seize documents from an Irish email server.  The Stored Communication Act (SCA) is a 1986-signed law that protects private email data and

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Las Vegas Man Sentenced to 25 Years for Nigerian Oil Scheme

Cinnaminson, NJ-  In a trial featuring over 10 confirmed felonies, a Nevada man, Anton Paul Drago, 65, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.  The fraudster was convicted in March for counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, submitting false claims to the VA, lying

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DOJ: U.S. Government Returns $1.5 Million to Taiwanese Ex-First Family Following Taiwan-US CAFRA Suit

Cinnaminson, NJ-   Following a series of bribes of over 200 million New Taiwanese Dollars paid to then-First Lady Wu Shu-Jen by Taiwan banker Yuanta Securities Co. Ltd, the First Family used the ill gotten funds to purchase a condo in New York City, NY and a house in Keswick, VA.

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ICE, DOJ Initiate Project Red II, Announce Arrest of 45 International Fugitives Hiding in U.S.

Cinnaminson, NJ-  The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has announced over forty-five US arrests of international fugitives following launch of second Project Red.  The joint initiative aims to find and arrest individuals with Interpol Red Notices hiding in the United States- an Interpol Red Notice is

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DOJ: Investigation into Automobile Maritime Shipping Racket Continues, Fourth Charge Made

Cinnaminson, NJ- Following investigation multi-corporation shipping racket with emphasis on the fixture of the roll-on, roll-off cargo (automobiles) market, the fourth individual indictment has been made. Mauricio Javier Garrido Garcia, of South American CSAV, has been charged for consciously fixing trade routes, rigging bids, and adjusting prices

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AAG Leslie R. Caldwell Headlines Conference to Fight Cybercrime (Speech)

Cinnaminson, NJ- Assistant Attorney General, Leslie R. Caldwell, spearheads Criminal Division’s efforts to re-strategize ways to investigate and combat cybercrime. A wholly international, and extremely passive, realm of crime, Caldwell advocates for cooperation from all fields- researchers, officials, officers, and more- to best protect Americans from cybercrime.

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