Tag Archives: INTERPOL

Bill Browder, Self-Proclaimed Enemy of Putin, Briefly Arrested by Interpol in Spain

On May 30, British financier Bill Browder was arrested and detained by Spanish police due to a request from Russia to Interpol. Browder live-tweeted the experience, and was released a few hours later on orders from Interpol’s general secretary. Browder, … Continue reading

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Event Invitation – ENTREPRENEURS ON THE INTERPOL WANTED LIST: BALANCING LAW ENFORCEMENT WITH DUE PROCESS

The DC Chapter of the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS) invites you to join us for a Brown-Bag Lunch Event On ENTREPRENEURS ON THE INTERPOL WANTED LIST: BALANCING LAW ENFORCEMENT WITH DUE PROCESS This program will discuss (1) … Continue reading

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“INTERPOL Reviewing 40,000 Wanted Notices for Political Abuse” – What’s Behind the Message?

On December 1, 2017, the Associated Press reported that according to a confidential memorandum INTERPOL was reviewing 40,000 red notices to ensure they were not politically motivated.  A red notice is a request any of the 192 member countries can … Continue reading

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ICC requests help from INTERPOL to locate Gaddafi

[JURIST] Chief Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court (ICC) [official website], Luis Moreno-Ocampo [official profile], announced on Thursday that he is seeking assistance [press release] from INTERPOL [official website] to locate and arrest former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi [BBC profile; … Continue reading

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