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ROBERT CRIBB + STUART ESPIE WITH COUNTERFEIT MAY 21, 2015 ABN AMRO BANK DOCUMENTS

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IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING SOPHISTICATED FRAUD or MONEY LAUNDERING BY ROBERT CRIBB, STUART ESPIE + ALEJANDRO LAVALLE USING COUNTERFEIT ABN AMRO BANK DOCUMENTS, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

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EQUITY MANAGEMENT CORPORATION LIMITED

Company Number
1934640
Status
Registered
Incorporation Date
18 April 2007 (about 8 years ago)
Company Type
NZ Limited Company
Jurisdiction
New Zealand
Business Number
9429033443485
Registered Address
  • 77 Titiraupenga Street, Taupo
  • NZ
Previous Names
  • ZOOM NO 46 LIMITED (2011-04-11)
Directors/ Officers
Registry Page
http://www.business.govt.nz/companies…


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AUSTRALIA POLICE BACK NATIONAL FACIAL RECOGNITION DATABASE

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Aussie police back national facial recognition database

http://www.itnews.com.au/News/404343,aussie-police-back-national-facial-recognition-database.aspx

State, federal law enforcement agree on plan to tackle organised crime.

Australian law enforcement agencies have collectively backed a plan to build a national facial recognition database that will match faces to images on passports, visas and driver’s licences in an effort to stamp out organised crime.

Attorneys-General and police ministers from the Commonwealth, states and territories met in Canberra today to agree on a coordinated plan to combat cross-border criminal networks (pdf).

The 2015-18 strategy will prioritise information sharing capabilities and the battle against cybercrime, including agreement to “explore” a national facial biometric matching capability.

“This will assist agencies to combat the increasingly sophisticated use of fraudulent identities by organised crime groups,” the document states.

The intergovernmental group also resolved to fast-track the development of a national firearms interface (NFI) that will hold a record of every gun in Australia “detailing every event in a firearm’s existence and providing the ability to trace the firearm from foundry to furnace”.

The NFI was given the green light back in 2012 but has yet to get up and running, despite lobbying from the law enforcement community.

The plan also makes a handful of vague commitments to erasing legislative and cultural barriers that currently stop state and federal police forces from exchanging critical information.

It picks out encryption, digital currencies and the dark web as other key threats to national law enforcement.

It states that encrypted communication “enables crime to be committed remotely and with relative anonymity – characteristics that are attractive to serious and organised crime groups as they make the identification and prosecution of the offenders more difficult”.

The strategy also draws attention to virtual currencies such as Bitcoin which “can fall outside the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regulatory framework”.

Law enforcement agencies, such anti-money laundering authority AUSTRAC and several banks, however, have all insisted that they don’t yet see Bitcoin as posing a significant threat to Australian financial regulations.

PRESS RELEASE: THE RUDOLF ELMER STORY IS NOW SHOWCASED ON ITS OWN PAGE ON THEWHISTLEBLOWERS.ORG

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RUDOLF ELMER IS THE FORMER CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER IN THE CAYMAN ISLANDS FOR THE SWISS BANK JULIUS BAER

http://www.thewhistleblowers.org/?page_id=64569

RUDOLF ELMER 1

RUDOLF ELMER 2

ROMANIAN EX-MINISTER VALCOV INDICTED FOR INFLUENCE PEDDLING + MONEY LAUNDERING

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http://www.business-review.eu/featured/ex-minister-valcov-indicted-for-influence-peddling-and-money-laundering-81125

 

Darius Valcov, currently under preventive arrest, was indicted by the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) prosecutors, who accuse him of influence peddling, money laundering and financial operations and trade actions incompatible with the positions he was occupying as mayor, senator and minister.

DNA sent to the High Court of Cassation and Justice Valcov’s file, former mayor of Slatina, Olt County, and former Finance minister, now senator, proposing the maintenance of the preventive arrest measure also pending trial.

In the same case, DNA prosecutors also indicted, under house arrest, Minel Florin Prina, former mayor of Slatina, for complicity in influence peddling and abetting to money laundering.

Businessman Lucian Petrut Susala, also under house arrest, will be trialed for complicity in influence peddling, complicity in money laundering and complicity in forgery of documents under private signature.


ABOVE – Petre Bogdan Timofte
BELOW – Constantin Cristian Tomescu

 

Also, Petre Bogdan Timofte and Constantin Cristian Tomescu were indicted, under the judicial control measure, these being accused of complicity in influence peddling, money laundering and forgery of private documents under private signature.

According to the indictment sent to the court in 2009, the manager of a company asked Darius Valcov, who was then mayor of Slatina, to intervene with decision makers from SC Compania de Apa Olt SA, to win auctions for works in Slatina, Scornicesti, Piatra Olt and Draganesti. In exchange for its intervention, the businessman would have promised Darius Valcov to offer him 20 percent of the total revenues (VAT excluded) from the work execution contracts.

SPAIN: JUDGE FROM MONEY LAUNDERING INVESTIGATION ORDERS Ex-IMF CHIEF TO PAY $20M AS COLLATERAL TO UNFREEZE HIS BANK ACCOUNTS

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Rodrigo Rato

 

http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2015/05/21/3643981_spain-ex-imf-chief-must-pay-20m.html?rh=1

 

A judge overseeing the fraud and money laundering case involving former International Monetary Fund chief Rodrigo Rato has ordered him to put up 18 million euros ($20 million) as collateral to unblock his financial accounts.

Rato headed the IMF from 2004 to 2007 and is a historic figure in Spain’s ruling Popular Party, which has been hit hard by the case ahead of nationwide regional and local elections this Sunday.

The judge set the amount Thursday, a month after Rato’s accounts were frozen by court order following his brief detention amid a police search of his home and office.

Rato was economy minister under conservative ex-Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar between 1996 and 2004, and had been seen as a possible successor.

Rato headed the IMF from 2004 to 2007.