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    prevent terrorism. Another agency where anti- terrorism acts have been exemplary is the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. There was an instance in an airport in Miami where the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detained a suspected foreign money launderer named Libardo Florez-Gomez. He laundered over one million dollars to Columbia every month for a terrorist group by the name of FARC. The agent who caught him was aware of the Patriot Acts and the new elements that came along with it…

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    were allowed to share information regarding suspects. The US Patriot Act has three basic ares on trying to control counterfeit money, first expand the authority of the secretary of the treasury to regulate the U.S. financial institutes, such as require businesses to report cash transactions larger then 10,000 dollars (100). Second, create new crimes to control money laundering and enhanced punishment (100). Third, the act modified the ways forfeitures could be carried out and granted the…

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    The term white collar came about from Edwin Sutherland and has risen in notoriety recently. White collar crime has been more spotlighted in the last decade due to the magnitude of money that was stolen from countless innocent people. When the general public thinks about white collar crimes like Ponzi schemes, most of them bring up Bernie Madoff. Madoff was able to steal $50 billion from a myriad of individuals. Madoff is not the only criminal who preys on people and their trust. Allen…

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    The purpose of the creation of the patriot act was after a tragic event in the United States history. After the terrorist attack during the 11 September 2001, the government established the patriot act. This act was created to help protect the people by providing higher security measures for anything related to terrorism. It is questionable if this act is ethical based on how the government using the patriot act to prevent terrorism. The patriot act allows the government the right to check and…

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    The War on Drugs The War on Drugs is a term coined by President Richard M. Nixon. Was it a real war, in the introduction the question was asked “But if the deployment of soldiers is a requirement to wage war who is the enemy in the War on drugs?” The answer to the question is yes. In the 1980’s the US deployed Soldiers to South America in support of Counter Drug operations. The war on drugs begins in the 1970, with the intent to stop civil unrest and to provide assistance to our Soldiers…

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    How is the theme, Cultural Identity reflected in the poems“Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” by Moniza Alvi and “Search For My Tongue” by Sujatta Bahtt? The poems “Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” and “Search For My Tongue” are both poems that convey the theme of Cultural Identity by personal experiences. “Presents From My Aunts in Pakistan” focuses on the idea of confusion and loneliness of belonging to two different cultures, while “Search For My Tongue” gives the reader an idea of the…

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    Financial crimes such as money laundering and corruption have been unsettled issues and a serious concern in a world where everything is moving fast with refined digital connection. With this known fact, combating crimes has been a constant challenge for enforcers to detect and impose appropriate sanction on those who are involved. Legal framework and regulatory mechanisms, be it regulatory and enforcement bodies or sets of laws, have to adequately subsist to observe and if not eliminate,…

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    funding. Some terrorist groups raise money through employment at their job, while others have fundraisers and take charity donations. Don’t be fooled, most of these charity donations are a scam. Money laundering is one of the most popular ways that terrorist and criminals receive income. The difference is that terrorist will launder money to support their cause for terrorism, and criminals will launder money to spend on themselves. The first step to money laundering is placement. This is when…

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    landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key vendors. Get discount on the Report @ http://www.sandlerresearch.org/discount?rname=16929 Contact sales@sandlerresearch.org / Call +1 888 391 5441 for further information on “Global Anti-money Laundering (AML) Software Market 2014-2018” report OR for any other market research and intelligence needs you may have for your…

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    Currency is offered in a proprietary digital currency called “LR” and is utilized to facilitate payments between shares of the digital currency (Department of the Treasury, 2013). Shares of “LR” are purchased through the use of third party exchangers and money service businesses (MSB’s) (Department of the Treasury, 2013). Liberty Reserve corporate headquarters are located in San José, Costa Rica. Some MSB’s that facilitate transfers to Liberty Reserve, which are owned by Liberty Reserve…

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