Tax haven figure tight lipped on extradition case, says British High Commissioner

Tax haven figure tight lipped on extradition case, says British High Commissioner

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The British High Commission in Sydney has been asked to issue a statement clarifying an official report cl우리카지노aiming UK nationals who engage in crime against international drug cartels in Sydney will be handed over to the US to face extradition.

US authorities released a $500 million verdict against Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar for war crimes in the early 1980s and it’s still a subject of dispute, with many Americans having their citizenship revoked or moved overseas for allegedly being involved in drug running or smuggling.

The report, from US National Security Advisor Susan Rice, recommended the UK take on the task of taking the top suspects — who it says “pose a direct threat to American and international security” — to New York.

An Australian Federal Police spokesman confirmed to the ABC they had received the report on Tuesday evening, but would not release the contents.

An AFP spokesman refused to identify any of the alleged suspects as US citizens or to say whether they had been arrested.

There has been speculation that the report will recommend the UK arrest drug barons operating in the United States after우리카지노 the decision.

The report states that in the past three years, between June 2013 and March 2015, about 30 members of the Cartel Cali cartel in New York City were arrested in relation to alleged ties to organized crime.

They are charged with various crimes including money laundering and laundering of stolen proceeds from weapons sales, drugs t바카라rafficking, and money laundering and attempting to provide material support for a terrorist organisation.

It also found more than $2.5 million was confiscated during that period.

The report is yet to be officially published and a spokesperson for Ms Rice would only say it would be released in full when it is available.

Topics: crime, law-crime-and-justice, international-law, sydney-2000, united-states

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