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Certain hostile foreign agencies are possibly trying to destabilize the country by flooding it with drugs, an economist said here recently. I don't rule out the possibility of a link between foreign intelligence agencies and drug use in the Kingdom,
A 35-year-old California man has been given life in a Nebraska prison for fatally shooting someone during a dispute over drug money. Jason Custer, formerly of Chico, Calif., was sentenced on Thursday in Cheyenne County District Court...He was found
Vernon Bryant/Staff Photographer Horses seized by the IRS roam on land in Lexington, Oklahoma in 2012. A cartel known for brutality had a soft spot for quarter-horses, initially nothing more than a vehicle for money-laundering. Three Mexican citizens
The Obama administration recently released departmental guidance saying banks may provide financial services to marijuana-related businesses operating legally under state law. Let's be clear: No federal trump card exists that can erase bank liability
The Washington Post story about this development carried the innocuous headline, Obama administration clears banks to accept funds from legal marijuana dealers , when in fact the marijuana business is not legal under federal or international law.
ET A man from North Bay, Ont., cannot reclaim $10,000 in suspected drug money that police seized after they found it in several wads stuffed in his pockets, a judge has ruled. (Shutterstock) A man from North Bay, Ont., cannot reclaim $10,000 in
National News The National Police detectives unit chief, Comr. Gen. Suhardi Alius, said Wednesday that drug circulation in Indonesia had reached an alarming level, as Indonesia was no longer merely a transit country but was increasingly becoming a
Conley presented Boston nonprofit youth outreach groups with $11,500 of seized drug money Monday. The annual Asset Forfeiture Community Reinvestment Program distributes funds seized from drug traffickers, Conley's office said. The program seeks to
An El Paso judge has set a new trial date of March 31 for Marco Delgado, 47, an energy lawyer who stopped serving as a CMU trustee in 2012. He was sentenced Friday to 20 years in federal prison for laundering money for a defunct Mexican drug cartel.
Terrorist groups are profiting as part of a money-laundering operation involving hundreds of millions of dollars Australians are spending on illegal drugs...It is believed at least one of the ''exchange houses'' used in the Australian laundering