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Corruption

​NYPD destroyed evidence in class action lawsuit against department
The New York Police Department (NYPD) has destroyed evidence in an ongoing lawsuit against it, which alleges that police use a secret quota system to make arrests, new documents claim.

06.07.2015 19:49

FIFA hands 7-year ban to 2018, 2022 World Cup bid inspector
The head of the team which was tasked with assessing candidates for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, Harold Mayne-Nicholls, has been handed a seven year ban on conducting any football-related activity by FIFA for violating the organization’s code of ethics.

06.07.2015 20:34

FIFA’s Blatter accuses French, German ex-presidents of meddling with World Cup vote
French ex-president, Nicolas Sarkozy, and his German counterpart, Christian Wulff, tried to influence the vote before FIFA World Cup were awarded to Russia and Qatar, Sepp Blatter, outgoing president of football’s governing body, told German media.

05.07.2015 16:10

Hillary Clinton’s emails reveal link with Qatari royal family
Emails of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton published by the State Department expose that the Qatari Royal family made efforts to befriend the American politician through former British PM Tony Blair’s spouse, Cherie Blair.

02.07.2015 06:27

Justice Dept. investigating possible price fixing at airlines
Major US airlines are being investigated by the Justice Department for “possible unlawful coordination” in ticket pricing. The probe comes as airlines are benefiting from low jet fuel prices, and more people flying than ever before.

02.07.2015 00:32

Mayoral race: Galloway & Keiser vow to tackle financial crime in City of London
London mayoral hopeful and former MP George Galloway joined financial commentator and RT host Max Keiser on Wednesday to highlight rampant corruption and white collar crime in the City of London.

01.07.2015 16:37

Libya rendition, torture evidence should be heard in secret – UK govt
Westminster is pushing for evidence relating to Britain’s alleged complicity in Libya torture and rendition to be presented to a high court judge in secret. It concerns 12 men who are attempting to sue the British state.

01.07.2015 12:08

Supreme Court strikes down key 'violent felony' provision of re-offender law
The Supreme Court struck down a key provision of a law that lengthened prison sentences for criminals caught with an illegal firearm. The ruling could change the lives of thousands of people serving long sentences in federal prison.

27.06.2015 01:58

Army general in charge of anti-ISIS training recalled after cronyism allegations
A top US general overseeing training of anti-Islamic State fighters in Iraq was recalled earlier this year amidst accusations of improper conduct. He was reprimanded for allegedly steering an energy contract at a Texas base to his West Point classmates.

22.06.2015 13:15

Student fights back after gov’t seized his life savings at airport
He was never charged with any crime, but police at a Kentucky airport still took the $11,000 he had saved up over five years, saying it “smelled like marijuana.” Now Charles Clarke has teamed up with civil liberty lawyers to try and get it back.

19.06.2015 14:48

​Ex-Rikers Island guard jailed for 5yrs over inmate death
A former guard at the notorious Rikers Island jail has received a five-year prison sentence for depriving an inmate of his civil rights. The guard failed to help the prisoner after he swallowed toxic detergent.

19.06.2015 11:39

UK is 'biggest tax haven in EU,' says global tax expert
British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies make up almost 25 percent of the world’s tax havens blacklisted by the European Commission.

18.06.2015 12:20