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Suspended Canadian Senator Mike Duffy faces 31 charges

Ottawa - The RCMP announced that former Conservative Senator Mike Duffy, who was suspended from the Senate, has been charged with 31 fraud and corruption- related offences.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 3 comments

Afghan poll audit starts after Taliban raid airport

Kabul - Afghanistan on Thursday began a massive audit of 8.1 million ballots cast in the run-off round of its controversial presidential vote, hours after a brazen Taliban raid on Kabul's airport.
In the Media by Shah Marai (AFP)

Fraud fears as Indonesia awaits end to presidential deadlock

Jakarta - With both presidential candidates declaring victory in Indonesia's knife-edge election this week, anxiety is growing that fraud and dirty tactics could twist official results due to be announced later this month.
In the Media by Angela Dewan (AFP)

Indictment in The Pirate Bay co-founder case made public

Copenhagen - Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, hacker and co-founder of The Pirate Bay, has been behind bars in Denmark since November last year. Up until now, his court appearances have been behind closed doors, but a freedom of information request has changed things.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

31 Austrian bank accounts wiped out by Vietnamese pirates

Horn - The latest in ATM fraud has arisen in Horn, Lower Austria, as criminals operating from Vietnam use ATM skimming to wipe out the accounts of 31 bank users, including their overdrafts. They took more than 100,000 euros ($136,000) in cash.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

Scientist charged in HIV vaccine fraud case

Washington - Federal prosecutors have filed charges against a scientist after he admitted falsifying data that led to millions in grants and hopes of a breakthrough in AIDS vaccine research.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Child identity theft — A little known silent and growing epidemic

Children are 51 times more likely to be victims of identity theft than adults. When an unused Social Security number is linked to a different name, the theft will be discovered when children use their ID for the first time, often with dire consequences.
In the Media by George McGinn

Counterfeit semiconductors case draws to a close

Peter Picone, who admitted sending counterfeit semiconductors to the U.S. Naval Submarine Base in Connecticut, pleaded guilty and acknowledged the parts could have put people's lives in danger.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Nigerian in court over fake wedding scam with Aussie grandmother

Ibadan - A Nigerian man who allegedly conned an Australian pensioner out of $90,000 in an online dating scam has appeared in court charged with deception, the country's anti-graft agency said on Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Rogue trader Kerviel behind bars after two-month walk

Nice - Six years after his first arrest, French rogue trader Jerome Kerviel was Monday beginning a three-year prison term for his role in the near collapse of Societe Generale bank.
In the Media by Catherine Marciano (AFP)

Rogue trader heads to France on foot as prison deadline looms

Ventimiglia - Rogue trader Jerome Kerviel, who has spent two months walking from Rome to protest his treatment by the courts, resumed his march toward France where he is due to start a three-year prison term on Sunday.
In the Media by AFP

Interpol reports low use of stolen passport database

New York - Fewer than 10 countries in the world systematically use an Interpol database to verify whether a passenger is flying with stolen documents, the organization's secretary general said Friday.
In the Media by AFP

Op-Ed: Leadnow's call to action against voter suppression, election law Special

Vancouver - Rodrigo Samayoa of Leadnow (Vancouver) discusses voter suppression, how the Unfair Elections Act (UEA) will disenfranchise many voters and will affect fraud investigations. He encourages people, including youth, to sign the unfair elections act petition.
Digital Journal Report by Grace C. Visconti - 11 comments

Michaels Stores: 2.6 million cards affected by security breach

U.S. arts and crafts chain store Michaels has confirmed that on Thursday around 2.6 million cards - over 7% of payments taken on Thursday - used in its stores may have been affected in a security breach.
In the Media by James Walker

'Credit Suisse subpoened in tax-evasion probe'

New York - A New York regulator probing Credit Suisse's role in enabling tax evasion has demanded a trove of additional documents from the bank, a person familiar with the situation said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Deutsche Bank manager suspended in forex probe

Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, has suspended a top saleswoman in an investigation into suspected foreign exchange rate manipulation, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

New US tax-evasion probe against Credit Suisse: source

New York - Credit Suisse faces a new probe over its role in enabling US tax evasion, this time from a New York state regulator, a person familiar with the matter said Monday.
In the Media by AFP

US suit alleges 12 banks colluded in huge forex market

New York - A dozen banking giants have been sued in New York for allegedly fixing global foreign exchange rates in the latest ripple to accompany government probes of the huge market.
In the Media by AFP

Weight loss pills recalled due to illegal tampering

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is voluntarily recalling all Alli weight loss products from U.S. and Puerto Rico retailers. The company believes that some packages of the product were tampered with and may contain product that is not authentic Alli.
In the Media by Tim Sandle

Iceland bank suffers setback taking over homes for loan repayment

Paris - A unit of Iceland's Landsbanki has lost an appeal against French authorities which seized the debts of the clients who lost money in a scheme that had them mortgage their homes to bet on the stock market, sources said Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Mexico detains oil executive in Citibank defraud case

Mexico - A judge has placed the head of a Mexican oil services firm under house arrest under suspicion that his company defrauded US bank Citigroup in a multi-million-dollar case.Amado Yanez, chief executive and majority shareholder of Oceanografia, will be hel...
In the Media by AFP

Largest-ever U.S. tax-fraud phone scam targets thousands: IRS watchdog

Thousands of Americans nationwide have been targeted since August by a phone scam in which fraudsters claim to be from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and demand money for unpaid taxes, said the IRS' watchdog on Thursday.
In the Media by Reuters

Ottawa priest sentenced to one year in jail for defrauding church

Ottawa - The former priest and pathological gambler was sent to jail for defrauding his parish of $130,000 over a period of five years ending in December 2010. Despite his crimes, he still has the support of many of his former parishioners.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 1 comment

Kerviel: 'ordinary' guy behind France's record rogue trade

Paris - Jerome Kerviel, who lost his appeal Wednesday against a three-year jail term for his part in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, casts himself as a simple soul caught up in an orgy of greed.The 37-year-old was convicted of forgery and breach of tru...
In the Media by AFP

French court upholds jail sentence for rogue trader Jerome Kerviel

Paris - A top French appeals court on Wednesday upheld rogue trader Jerome Kerviel's three-year jail sentence over high-risk trading that cost the Societe Generale bank nearly five billion euros ($7 billion).But the court cancelled the 4.9 billion euros in dam...
In the Media by AFP

Ex-BofA banker pleads guilty to theft, gets prison: Massachusetts AG

A former personal banker at Bank of America Corp pleaded guilty on Monday to stealing more than $2.1 million from 31 people in a Ponzi-like scheme, and was sentenced to between three and five years in prison...
In the Media by Jonathan Stempel (Reuters)

EU bank vice president in eye of Spain graft scandal

Madrid - The vice president of the European Investment Bank is at the heart of a Spanish probe into the misuse of millions of euros of public funds that has rocked Spain's main opposition Socialists.Magdalena Alvarez, a former public works minister, is under in...
In the Media by Ingrid BAZINET (AFP)

U.S. regulator sues major banks over Libor manipulation

New York - The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation sued HSBC, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and 12 other global banking heavyweights for manipulating the Libor benchmark interest rate.The manipulation caused "substantial losses" to 38 US banks that were shut down.
In the Media by AFP

Ex-Synergy CEO convicted of running check fraud in U.S., Canada

A former chief executive of bankrupt food company Synergy Brands Inc was convicted Friday on charges of running a check fraud scheme through banks in the United States and Canada that caused one institu...
In the Media by Nate Raymond (Reuters)

U.S. FDIC sues major banks over Libor manipulation

New York - The US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation sued HSBC, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and 12 other global banking heavyweights on Friday for manipulation of the Libor benchmark interest rate.The regulator said the manipulation caused "substantial losses" to...
In the Media by AFP
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A screengrab of an e-mail from Robin Dyer of the Bermuda Police - top part.
A screengrab of an e-mail from Robin Dyer of the Bermuda Police - top part.
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A YouTube screengrab
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Babylon is another scam search engine. Don't click the link, don't click anything, close the page and get rid of it.
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A new report shows yet more corruption and fraud in private contractor abuse with relation to the oc...
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A new report shows yet more corruption and fraud in private contractor abuse with relation to the occupations in Afghanistan and Iraq, costing US taxpayers "tens of billions" of dollars.
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The mugshot of Martha Nicholas.
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The mugshot of Martha Nicholas.
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A rather primitive looking phishing attempt. Do not respond, but move to spam folder.
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Official looking though this e-mail may appear  it is NOT from British Telecom.
Official looking though this e-mail may appear, it is NOT from British Telecom.
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Mayor of Montreal Michael Applebaum is under arrest.  Appelbaum is accused of corruption and fraud i...
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Mayor of Montreal Michael Applebaum is under arrest. Appelbaum is accused of corruption and fraud in municipal affairs, amounting to 14 charges in all
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Don't be fooled. There is NO such compulsory update from Yahoo! or anyone else. Give InboxAce a miss.
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The sensational Carroll Foundation Maryland Trust billion dollars offshore tax evasion fraud scandal...
The sensational Carroll Foundation Maryland Trust billion dollars offshore tax evasion fraud scandal encircling 10 Downing Street and the Conservative Party.
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A screengrab of an e-mail from Robin Dyer of the Bermuda Police - top part.
A screengrab of an e-mail from Robin Dyer of the Bermuda Police - top part.
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A screengrab of an e-mail from Robin Dyer of the Bermuda Police - bottom part.
A screengrab of an e-mail from Robin Dyer of the Bermuda Police - bottom part.
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Pennsylvania State Police
Joann Elizabeth Wingate, 56
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National Gallery, London
File photo: Skating in Holland, Unknown author, Oil on canvas 31.8 x 46.4 cm. Sir Hugh Lane Bequest, 1917; on loan to the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin, since 1979. Signed: Jongkind, but likely to be a forgery.
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A screengrab from the website of Colin Fry. The dead can speak, but apparently they don't spell so good.
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A screengrab of an e-mail from Robin Dyer of the Bermuda Police - bottom part.
A screengrab of an e-mail from Robin Dyer of the Bermuda Police - bottom part.
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