Information About Duhaime’s Anti-Money Laundering Law in Canada
Below is a preview of the five most recent posts from the blog Duhaime’s Anti-Money Laundering Law in Canada. To read these posts in their entirely or subscribe to future updates from this blog, please visit their website!
- We’re finally elevating open source intelligence
The United States military and intelligence community (IC) are both moving towards the elevation of open source intelligence (OSINT) as a mature intelligence discipline equal to traditional intelligence. The US House of Representatives last month in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal … Read more »
- Canadian charged with being ISIS fighter and for involvement in creation of gruesome beheading terrorist videos
A Canadian has been charged in the US with being an ISIS fighter, as well as providing material support to ISIS and producing, editing and disseminating ISIS material for approximately five years. He is alleged to be the narrator in some of the more gruesome ISIS videos of beheadings. The Canadian, … Read more »
- The Ponzi scheme has Canadian roots – who knew?
Ponzi scheme is 101 years old A lot has been written about Ponzi schemes, but did you know that the Ponzi scheme seems to have had its genesis in Canada? Since this December is the 101st anniversary of the conviction of Charles Ponzi, its probably a good time to explore the Canadian side of the worl … Read more »
- SEC files complaint against several Vancouver individuals for allegedly orchestrating US$1 billion in fraudulent sales of microcap stock
Foreign actors attacking US capital markets The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC“) has filed a complaint against several Vancouver individuals involved in the microcap space, calling them “foreign actors” and accusing them of attacking the US capital markets and US investors using various al … Read more »
- Get some monkeys and other stock promotion tactics in Vancouver
In 1988, Madam Justice Southin, as she then was, was judging a massive pump and dump case involving microcap issuers that was orchestrated in Vancouver, United Services Funds (Trustee of) v. Lazzell  B.C.J. No. 743, 28 B.C.L.R. (2d) 26. Although 33 years old, the case should be required readin … Read more »