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INCREASING CRIMINAL RISKS OF INTERMEDIARIES FOR CROSS-BORDER FINANCIAL CRIMES: Sept. 10 Webinar, by Bruce Zagaris, 12 PM EST GRC Educators

For more information on this webinar, please visit see: https://www.grceducators.com/Increasing-Criminal-Risks-of-Intermediaries-for-Cross-Border-Financial-Crimes. In the last couple of decades, the world has experienced growing prosecutions of intermediaries for cross-border financial crimes. A U.S. bank was convicted by a Spanish court for moving money in … Continue reading

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Studies Find Immigrants Do Not Commit More Crimes

Unlawful immigrants have been blamed for a spike in crime at the highest level. However, claims linking unlawful immigration to an upsurge in crimes are disputed by recent studies that fail to find a link. Recently, four academic studies found … Continue reading

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Amnesty Calls for War Crimes Investigation in Yemen

International human rights group Amnesty International is calling for an investigation on potential war crimes in Yemen committed by the UAE and its militias. The Associated Press originally reported on torture taking place in a secret network of prisons outside … Continue reading

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[Ilya Somin] The Case Against Deporting Immigrants Convicted of Crimes

Donald Trump recently described at least some immigrants as "animals" who must be deported. There has been much controversy over whether Trump meant to condemn undocumented immigrants generally, or just those who are members of the MS-13 gang. But few … Continue reading

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What Are the Most Common Drug Crimes Prosecuted in Texas?

Compared to some other states, Texas has some pretty severe penalties for drug crime convictions and in most cases isn’t likely to go “easy on” drug offenders. In part, this approach can be attributed to the state’s much lauded “tough … Continue reading

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