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organized-crime

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  • Italian prosecutors had issued arrest warrants for 41 people in Italy, Germany, Canada and Australia on suspicion of criminal association with the so-called 'ndrangheta, which Italian authorities call an organized-crime group that is based in the southern Italian region of Calabria.

    Italy Police Arrest Dozens In Organized-Crime Probe

  • Lawyers were particularly outraged when a prominent Beijing-based defense attorney, Li Zhuang, was jailed last year in what they said was a show trial after trying to defend one of the organized-crime bosses caught up in Mr. Bo's crackdown.

    China Leaders Laud 'Red' Campaign

  • A six-person independent panel that the Olympus board has tapped to investigate the deals said Monday that it hadn't yet found any evidence of organized-crime involvement, despite some reports in the foreign and domestic media that payments may have gone to such groups.

    Former Olympus CEO to Meet With Japanese Police

  • Some defense lawyers on Wall Street have criticized the activities of the FBI and federal prosecutors in the probe, particularly the use of wiretaps, which are associated more often with organized-crime investigations than white-collar crime.

    The FBI Agent Who 'Flips' Insider-Trading Witnesses

  • More than three dozen members and associates of an alleged Albanian organized-crime syndicate have been charged in a long-running scheme to smuggle cocaine, marijuana and prescription drugs into the U.S., as well as Canada and Europe, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.

    Drug Ring Arrests

  • In recent years, casinos, some with links to suspected organized-crime figures, have proliferated in Mexico.

    Mexico Launches Corruption Probe

  • They put it on the street at shylocking rates," said O'Donnell, who infiltrated Irish organized-crime crews in Massachusetts and Rhode Island as an undercover officer in the 1990s."

    Bulger's arrest marks sunset of Mob era

  • Lawyers were particularly outraged when a prominent Beijing-based defense attorney, Li Zhuang, was jailed last year in what they said was a show trial after trying to defend one of the organized-crime bosses caught up in Mr. Bo's crackdown.

    China Leaders Laud 'Red' Campaign

  • There are ethnic organized-crime groups with roots in Asia and Eurasia that have set up in Boston, Springfield and Lowell, but they haven't had the chance to get entrenched, Sallet said.

    Bulger's arrest marks sunset of Mob era

  • PHILADELPHIA—Federal authorities arrested the alleged boss of the Philadelphia Mafia and 10 suspected associates Monday, continuing a sweep that has netted dozens of organized-crime suspects in the New York area and New England this year.

    Mob Sweep Nets 11 in Philadelphia

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