Detecting crimes during a marital asset search and Mexico’s ubiquitous drug cartel violence, are examined by the September 26th "Asset Search News Roundup".
Any crimes committed by a divorcing spouse hiding assets would conceivably be detected during a marital asset search. As the following articles reveal, a divorcing spouse hiding assets might possibly face a prosecution for tax fraud, money laundering, etc.:
- "An Asset Search, Tax Fraud & Divorce"
- "Mr. Benjamin’s Divorce & His White-Collar Crimes"
- "An Asset Search In Switzerland"
In just one twenty-four hour period, Mexican drug cartels are thought to be responsible for critically wounding Mayor-elect Ricardo Solis and separately killing Mayor Prisciliano Rodriguez Salinas. "Fourth Mexico mayor killed in under six weeks" published yesterday, too reports about Mayor Rodriguez’s death.
"Forfeiture & The DEA’s Asset Search" and "A Strategy Of Seizing Sinaloa Drug Cartel Assets" explain that asset forfeiture is one key component in the battle against this kind of suspected drug cartel violence. Another could be adequately funding Mexico’s Unidad de Inteligencia Financiera, as discussed by "Fighting Mexico’s Drug Cartels By Funding A Financial Intelligence Unit".
Copyright 2010 Fred L. Abrams