Jail for fraudsters who conned victims out of more than ?25 million

An asylum seeker and his London-based brother-in-law have been jailed for a total of more than 14 years for their part in a £25 million internet fraud involving victims from 55 countries.
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Goldman Sachs' Verflechtung mit der Politik: Alles zum Wohl des Geldes

The entry of Former European Commission President Barroso at the US bank Goldman Sachs arouses indignation. The interdependence of the bank with prominent politicians are amazingly close.

Portugal: Authorities Dismantle Russian Football Money Laundering Ring

Portuguese authorities dismantled a transnational criminal group which allegedly laundered money via the football sector and offshore tax havens
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Petrobras posts $10bn quarterly loss

Petrobras posts biggest every quarterly loss due to plunge in oil prices. Petrobras has also been dealing with the fall out from an expanding corruption scandal. On monday police arrested a man in Portugal on allegations of laundering payments for two jailed Petrobras executives

El Tribunal Supremo portugués mantiene en prisión a José Sócrates

The Supreme Court of Portugal has not appreciated the habeas corpus (immediate release) for the defense of former Prime Minister Jose Socrates in prison since late November for alleged money laundering, corruption and tax fraud.

El Espírito Santo desobedeció 21 veces al Banco de Portugal

The Bank of Portugal has sent the state attorney general forensic audit by Deloitte, in which can be seen in Banco Espirito Santo (BES) 30 offenses and a total of 21 disobedience to the national banking authorities between December 2013 and July 2014, days before the Bank of Portugal chose to intervene in the bank.

El primer ministro portugués no pagó la Seguridad Social

I'm not a perfect citizen" and "I am not Socrates," are the last two defenses Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (PSD), caught by the default fake social security between 1999 and 2004, when He worked as a freelance.

El ex primer ministro portugués José Sócrates continuará en prisión

The former Portuguese prime minister Jose Socrates will continue in prison Tuesday ruled by Judge Carlos Alexandre, who ordered his arrest in late November , accused of crimes of corruption, tax evasion and bleaching qualified capital.
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