Congressman Mo Brooks casually explains political corruption on camera
“Elect me, I will charge you less.” “You have to do what the special interest groups require.” Lauren Windsor of The Undercurrent caught GOP Rep Mo Brooks on video saying that says prime committee chairmanships cost a minimum of $1 million and are paid by special interest groups as “a quid pro quo” for favored…
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Court Orders Five Defendants in International Ponzi Scheme to Pay Over $13.1 Million
Litigation Release No. 25369 / April 15, 2022 Securities and Exchange Commission v. Damon Elliott, et al., Civil Action No. 1:20-cv-10860 (District of Massachusetts, Filed May 6, 2020) Final judgments against defendant Damon Elliott, United Kingdom citizen and French resident Civil action charged that Elliott engaged in a Ponzi scheme and misappropriated money from investors, as…
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Justice Department Files False Claims Act Complaint Against 2 Lab CEOs, Hospital CEO and Others
The Justice Department has filed a complaint against two laboratory CEOs, one hospital CEO and other individuals and entities, alleging False Claims Act violations based on patient referrals in violation of the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Stark Law, as well as claims otherwise improperly billed to federal healthcare programs for laboratory testing. According to the…
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Is OKX/OKEX Exchange selling imaginary crypto?
OKX was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Seychelles (East Africa), per Investopedia and other sources. “The site claims over 20 million users in more than 100 countries.” An issue of concern for the company is “low liquidity for certain currencies.” Investopedia’s verdict is that “due to some inconsistencies, unclear information, and past customer…
New Interpol boss Nasser Al-Raisi investigated in France for ‘torture’ and ‘barbarism’
The new president of Interpol has been placed under investigation in France over allegations of “torture” and “acts of barbarism”. Ahmed Nasser Al-Raisi has been accused by an NGO of mistreating one of the main opponents of the Emirati regime. France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor’s office (Pnat) has opened a preliminary investigation, AFP sources reported on Friday….
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UK sanctions Sberbank Monday and loosens restrictions Tuesday
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Credit Suisse Leak: Suisse Secrets
An anonymous whistleblower leaked a scandalous trove of banking data to a German Newspaper. 48 media companies from all over the world analyzed the contents of the Suisse Secrets data leak and the findings show that instead of conducting the required due diligence in screening potential clients, Credit Suisse accepted clients who are known to be “corrupt autocrats, suspected war criminals, human traffickers, drug dealers and other criminals.”1
A human trafficker convicted in the Philippines and an Egyptian murderer are also included in the data, as are cardinals allegedly involved in shady dealings and the former Siemens manager Eduard Seidel, who was convicted of bribery in 2008.
RGE – Sukanto Tanoto et al.
Indonesian Paper and Palm Oil Tycoon Secretly Bought Historic Munich Building for 350 Million Euros.
Tanoto’s companies have been accused of causing widespread deforestation in Indonesia, human rights abuses, and a plethora of questionable profit-shifting practices that have deprived Indonesia of hundreds of millions in tax revenues.
Tanoto’s son, Andre, also bought an iconic building in Düsseldorf for a little under 50 million euros at around the same time, using a similar secret Luxembourg corporate structure.
Coming soon. Worth the wait.