Category Archives: Accountability

Billionaire Kwok Brothers Arrested for Graft in Hong Kong

Alex Frew McMillan and Joy Leung, Reuters March 29, 2012 Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption on Thursday arrested the chairmen of Sun Hung Kai Properties, brothers Raymond and Thomas Kwok, on suspicion of corruption, the company said. The Kwoks … Continue reading

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Push to End Too-Big-To-Fail Goes Mainstream

Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone March 29, 2012 Wall Street is buzzing about the annual report just put out by the Dallas Federal Reserve. In the paper, Harvey Rosenblum, the head of the Dallas Fed’s research department, bluntly calls for the … Continue reading

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Coutts Fined £8.75 million for Anti-Money Laundering Control Failings

FSA/PN/032/2012 26 Mar 2012 The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Coutts & Company (Coutts) £8.75 million for failing to take reasonable care to establish and maintain effective anti-money laundering (AML) systems and controls relating to high risk customers, including … Continue reading

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Benjamin Fulford: Over 200 Senior Bankers Arrested Last Week as New Financial System Goes Online

Benjamin Fulford, March 26, 2012 The new financial system is online now and abundant financing is either already or soon to be made available, according to dragon family representatives. The final take down of the criminal cabal has also begun … Continue reading

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Brazil Arrests 17 Chevron Oil Execs for “Environmental Crimes”

Thom Hartmann, TRNS March 24, 2012 Brazil is going to great lengths to protect its commons. Seventeen executives, including American citizens, working with Chevron and oil rig contractor Transocean, have been charged with crimes against the environment in Brazil after … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin: Police Chief Temporarily Steps Down

BBC, March 22, 2012 A Florida police chief criticised over the investigation into the shooting of an unarmed black teenager has announced he will temporarily step down. Bill Lee had been censured by officials in Sanford, an Orlando suburb, over … Continue reading

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Interpol Arrest Warrant Issued for Former Turks and Caicos Leader

Miami Herald, March 20, 2012 Former Turks and Caicos Premier Michael Misick says he is seeking political asylum from persecution by British investigators who are looking into corruption allegations under his tenure. On Monday, the Special Investigation and Prosecution Team … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin Case: Justice Department to Investigate Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Florida Teen

HuffPost, March 20, 2012 The U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI have opened an investigation into the “facts and circumstances” surrounding the killing of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed teenager shot and killed last month by a neighborhood watch captain … Continue reading

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The Trayvon Martin Killing, Explained

Adam Weinstein, Mother Jones March 18, 2012 How did a kid armed with Skittles and an ice tea get gunned down by an overeager neighborhood watch captain? And why didn’t police detain shooter George Zimmerman? On the evening of February … Continue reading

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Secret “Occult Economy” Coming Out of the Shadows?

Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post March 15, 2012 During December 2011 and January 2012, I wrote two articles dealing with the announcement of two different lawsuits being filed in U.S. District Courts regarding astronomical amounts of money in the forms of … Continue reading

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