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Gaetz Probe Expands From Sex Trafficking To Cannabis And Corruption | #tinder | #pof | #match | #sextrafficking | romancescams | #scams

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — When Rep. Matt Gaetz vacationed in the Bahamas in 2018, he was joined by a doctor who donated to his campaign and a former colleague in […]

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Corruption Currents: Deutsche Bank’s $10 Billion Scandal

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Corruption Currents: Deutsche Bank’s $10 Billion Scandal

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Supreme Court Narrows Definition of ‘Official Acts’ in Public Corruption Laws

In a case with potential implications for school officials, the justices unanimously tossed out the conviction of former Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell.

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New Mexico’s Republican secretary of state faces 65 corruption charges including identity theft

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The New Mexico secretary of state, who oversees campaign finance reporting and once bemoaned a “culture of corruption” in the state, has been accused of using her election fund as a personal piggy bank at jewelry stores, ATMs and casinos. Secretary of State Dianna K. Duran already faces allegations of financial crimes, stemming from a separate August indictment. Late Friday, the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office alleged in a criminal complaint that Duran also falsified campaign finance reports by forging the name of a former state Senate colleague and claiming him as her campaign treasurer. The one-time colleague, Don Kidd, a banker in southeast New Mexico, denied any involvement with Duran’s campaigns in 2010 and 2014. When asked by an investigator with the Attorney General’s Office why she would list him as treasurer, Kidd replied, according to the complaint, “Well, I have no idea. I just don’t know, that’s amazing.” Duran faces 64 charges related to fraud, embezzlement and money laundering. The Attorney General’s Office alleged that she frequented casinos across the state, withdrawing $430,000 between 2013 and 2014 from her personal accounts while also depositing campaign funds into her personal accounts. A 65th charge, identity theft, was added Friday […]

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Corruption Currents: Suspected Hacker’s Costly Amsterdam Trip

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China’s latest bribery and sex scandal involves influence-peddlers using schoolgirls to entice local officials. (Global Post) A look at the DOJ’s top-10 requirements for FCPA compliance programs is here. (White Collar Briefly) Thebriberyact.com analyzes U.K. white-collar criminal jail terms. Mike Volkov wonders if 2015 will be the year of FCPA liability for financial institutions. Richard Bistrong drills into corruption in the oil and gas sectors. The FCPAProfessor highlights some of his favorite FCPA reads. The FCPA Blog opens a series on the Rio Olympics, maps the world of compliance checking and reports on a whistleblower’s award. Cybercrime: A trip to Amsterdam proved costly for a suspected Russian hacker, who a Dutch court ruled will be extradited to the U.S. to face cybercrime charges. His lawyer in Amsterdam said U.S. prosecutors have offered “no specific evidence that ties” him to all the hacks. (Washington Post) Hackers are using an old lure — the cyber honey-pot — to help the Syrian government. (NY Times) The U.S. Army wants you to look at the code it uses to spot cyberattacks. (Engadget) Uber has to improve its data security, according to an internal review. (Bloomberg) Money Laundering: A Mexican businessman convicted for helping the […]

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