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Former Vikings Player Found Guilty Of Bank Fraud

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A guilty verdict was reached Friday in the bank fraud trial of a former Minnesota Vikings player.

A federal jury convicted Stu Voigt and a business partner of stealing from investors in a multi-million-dollar scheme. 53 more words


Identity thief racks up more than $43,000 debt in Windsor man's name

Windsor police are seeking a suspect in an identity theft case that left a Windsor man with more than $43,000 in charges on accounts that he never opened. 379 more words

Local News

Olisa Metuh! What Goes Around, Comes Around - Agatha Benson

According to Wikipedia version of Olisa Metuh’s Arrest.

In January 5th, 2016, Olisa Metuh was arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, answering questions regarding some fund (Arms Deal) said to have been traced to his firm.

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No Plea Bargain for Treasury Looters in Nigeria - AGF

The Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), has said there will be no plea bargain for those charged with corruption cases in Nigeria . 332 more words

Legal News

Uncovering Fraud means Uncovering Non-Obvious Relationships

Posted by Tyler Wood, Operations Manager at Crime Tech Solutions

Although no fraud prevention measures are ever 100% foolproof, significant progress can be achieved by looking beyond the individual data points to the relationships between them. 458 more words

Link Analysis

Judge grants FinCEN a "do over" for its FBME Bank determination, but will FinCEN release the evidence?

Several of my blog readers have been following FinCEN’s first use (and abuse alleges the FBMEbank, defendant of this contentious matter) of the PATRIOT Act’s power allowing FinCEN to block a foreign financial institution from the US financial market.   664 more words

Financial Crimes

New Lexis Advance® Tax Platform Now Available to Law School Faculty & Students; Cutting-Edge International Tax Titles

On June 1, LexisNexis launched its new online tax research platform called Lexis Advance® Tax.

Already available to America’s law school faculty and students, it includes a rich, comprehensive package of nearly 1,400 sources, including tax news, primary law, journals and nearly 300 treatises, practice guides and forms products for both tax and estates lawyers. 183 more words