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NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
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May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, reacts during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. Steven Hirsch/Pool via REUTERS
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V3E3
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, is handcuffed during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. Steven Hirsch/Pool via REUTERS
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V3E0
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, reacts during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. Steven Hirsch/Pool via REUTERS
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V3DZ
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, looks on during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. Steven Hirsch/Pool via REUTERS
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V3DV
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, reacts during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. Steven Hirsch/Pool via REUTERS
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V3DR
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, looks on during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. Steven Hirsch/Pool via REUTERS
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V3DN
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, looks on during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. Steven Hirsch/Pool via REUTERS
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V2UR
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, leaves her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V2UG
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin sits during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, sits during her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton.
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V2TY
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, arrives for her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton.
NEW YORK-CRIME/FAKE HEIRESS
RTX6V2TV
May 09, 2019
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and...
Anna Sorokin, who a New York jury convicted last month of swindling more than $200,000 from banks and people, arrives for her sentencing at Manhattan State Supreme Court New York, U.S., May 9, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-CRIME/PONZI-HAMILTON
RTSXPYE
January 27, 2017
Joseph Meli and his wife, Jessica Meli, exit U.S. Federal Court in Manhattan, New York, U.S., January...
New York, UNITED STATES
Joseph Meli and his wife, Jessica Meli, exit U.S. Federal Court in Manhattan , New York
Joseph Meli and his wife, Jessica Meli, exit U.S. Federal Court in Manhattan, New York, U.S., January 27, 2017, after Meli and Steven Simmons were charged with running a criminal Ponzi scheme that swindled investors in a purported ticket-reselling business for popular events, such as Adele concerts and the smash Broadway musical "Hamilton". REUTERS/Nate Raymond
SWISS-MADOFF/TRIAL
RTX1YABS
December 11, 2015
Manuel Echeverria (C) the former head of Banco Santander's Swiss-based unit Optimal Investment Service...
Geneva, Switzerland
Echeverria the former head of Banco Santander's Swiss-based unit Optimal Investment Service leaves court...
Manuel Echeverria (C) the former head of Banco Santander's Swiss-based unit Optimal Investment Service leaves court with his lawyers Saverio Lembo (L) and Andrew Garbarski after the verdict of his trial in Geneva, Switzerland December 11, 2015. A fund manager accused of recklessly funneling client money to disgraced financier Bernard Madoff before the U.S. money manager's swindle was revealed was acquitted at his trial in Geneva on Friday. Geneva prosecutors had charged Manuel Echeverria, the former head of Banco Santander's Swiss-based unit Optimal Investment Services, with mismanagement with the aim of self-enrichment. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-MADOFF/TRIAL
RTX1YABR
December 11, 2015
Manuel Echeverria (R), former head of Banco Santander's Swiss-based unit Optimal Investment Service leaves...
Geneva, Switzerland
Echeverria, former head of Banco Santander's Swiss-based unit Optimal Investment Service leaves court...
Manuel Echeverria (R), former head of Banco Santander's Swiss-based unit Optimal Investment Service leaves court with his lawyer Saverio Lembo after the verdict of his trial in Geneva, Switzerland December 11, 2015. A fund manager accused of recklessly funneling client money to disgraced financier Bernard Madoff before the U.S. money manager's swindle was revealed was acquitted at his trial in Geneva on Friday. Geneva prosecutors had charged Manuel Echeverria, the former head of Banco Santander's Swiss-based unit Optimal Investment Services, with mismanagement with the aim of self-enrichment. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-GURU/
RTX1OASI
August 14, 2015
Radhe Ma, 50, a self styled 'god woman' walks out of a police station in Mumbai, India, August 14, 2015....
Mumbai, India
Radhe Ma, 50, a self styled 'god woman' walks out of a police station in Mumbai
Radhe Ma, 50, a self styled 'god woman' walks out of a police station in Mumbai, India, August 14, 2015. A trident-toting Indian "god woman" worshipped as a miracle worker was questioned by police on Friday over accusations that she tried to extort dowry money from brides, the latest in a long line of popular gurus to run into legal problems. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ELSALVADOR-CRIME/
RTX1KLS4
July 16, 2015
A policeman detains a suspected gang member accused of extortion, near the launch ceremony of the Safe...
Ciudad Delgado, El Salvador
A policeman detains a suspected gang member accused of extortion, near the launch ceremony of the Safe...
A policeman detains a suspected gang member accused of extortion, near the launch ceremony of the Safe El Salvador Plan in Ciudad Delgado July 16, 2015. Salvadoran government launched the Safe El Salvador Plan as a new strategy to seize violence in 10 of the 50 most violent municipalities in El Salvador with social programs and police action. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
VIETNAM-COURT/FRAUD
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January 27, 2014
A man walks past the headquarters of Vietinbank in Hanoi January 27, 2014. A former banker at a state-owned...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A man walks past the headquarters of Vietinbank in Hanoi
A man walks past the headquarters of Vietinbank in Hanoi January 27, 2014. A former banker at a state-owned Vietnamese lender was sentenced to life imprisonment on Monday for masterminding a scam that swindled customers of $190 million in the country's highest-value bank fraud case. A court in Ho Chi Minh City found Huynh Thi Huyen Nhu, 36, guilty of "swindling to appropriate assets" and of using counterfeit documents and stamps to steal customers' deposits while working at Vietinbank, Vietnam's biggest partly private bank by assets, from 2007-2011. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
Entertainment
Entertainment
Drama on 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Set in HK - 24 Oct 2013
16 PICTURES
GUATEMALA/
RTR3E57L
February 22, 2013
Members of Guatemala's anti-extortion task force searches a man during an operation in the El Gallito...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Members of Guatemala's anti-extortion task force searches a man during an operation in the El Gallito...
Members of Guatemala's anti-extortion task force searches a man during an operation in the El Gallito neighborhood in Guatemala City February 22, 2013. Guatemala's anti-extortion task force said it arrested 10 people suspected of extortion during a series of operations on Friday in the dangerous neighborhood, which is one of the largest markets for drugs and criminal groups in the capital city. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
GUATEMALA/
RTR31M14
May 03, 2012
Guatemalan Police present members of an extortionist gang who were captured in Guatemala City May 4,...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemalan Police present members of an extortionist gang who were captured in Guatemala City
Guatemalan Police present members of an extortionist gang who were captured in Guatemala City May 4, 2012. According to Guatemalan Police, the security forces succeeded in capturing about 10 members of an extortionist gang who have been collecting money through phone extortion for criminals detained in the penitentiary centre in Zone 18 of the city. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-AUSTERITY/PROTEST
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December 13, 2011
An indignant protester takes part in a demonstration with private and public sector workers to protest...
Marseille, France
An indignant protester takes in a demonstration to protest against austerity measures in Marseille
An indignant protester takes part in a demonstration with private and public sector workers to protest against austerity measures in Marseille December 13, 2011. Trade unions organised anti-austerity protests across France on Tuesday but admitted that mobilising support was tough in a country less severely hit by the euro zone crisis than the likes of Greece or Ireland. The banner reads " It's not a crisis, it's a swindle". REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
FRANCE-AUSTERITY/PROTEST
RTR2V6V3
December 13, 2011
An indignant protester takes part in a demonstration with private and public sector workers to protest...
Marseille, France
An indignant protester takes part in a demonstration with private and public sector workers to protest...
An indignant protester takes part in a demonstration with private and public sector workers to protest against austerity measures in Marseille December 13, 2011. Trade unions organised anti-austerity protests across France on Tuesday but admitted that mobilising support was tough in a country less severely hit by the euro zone crisis than the likes of Greece or Ireland. The placard reads " It's not a crisis, it's a swindle". REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
FRANCE-AUSTERITY/PROTEST
RTR2V6V1
December 13, 2011
Private and public sector workers take part in a demonstration to protest against austerity measures...
Marseille, France
Private and public sector workers take part in a demonstration to protest against austerity measures...
Private and public sector workers take part in a demonstration to protest against austerity measures in Marseille December 13, 2011. Trade unions organised anti-austerity protests across France on Tuesday but admitted that mobilising support was tough in a country less severely hit by the euro zone crisis than the likes of Greece or Ireland. The placard reads " It's not a crisis, it's a swindle". REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
FRANCE-AUSTERITY/PROTEST
RTR2V6UZ
December 13, 2011
An indignant protester holds a placard during a demonstration with private and public sector workers...
Marseille, France
An indignant protester holds a placard during a demonstration with private and public sector workers...
An indignant protester holds a placard during a demonstration with private and public sector workers to protest against austerity measures in Marseille December 13, 2011. Trade unions organised anti-austerity protests across France on Tuesday but admitted that mobilising support was tough in a country less severely hit by the euro zone crisis than the likes of Greece or Ireland. The banner reads " It's not a crisis, it's a swindle". REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
MEXICO/
RTR2SXU2
October 20, 2011
Students walk past a policeman guarding a school at an impoverished neighbourhood in Acapulco October...
Acapulco, Mexico
Students walk past a policeman guarding a school at an impoverished neighbourhood in Acapulco
Students walk past a policeman guarding a school at an impoverished neighbourhood in Acapulco October 20, 2011. Teachers are demanding security from the government after they received extortion threats from suspected drug gangs, local media reported. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW)
News
News
Australian Bomb Scare - 17 Aug 2011
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SPAIN/
RTR2LVL5
May 01, 2011
A demonstrator holds a banner during a May Day demonstration on Labour Day in central Madrid May 1, 2011....
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator holds a banner during a May Day demonstration on Labour Day in central Madrid
A demonstrator holds a banner during a May Day demonstration on Labour Day in central Madrid May 1, 2011. The banner reads "Trap: it's not crisis, it's swindle". REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-OPPOSITION/
RTXVY4M
December 22, 2010
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev December...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian opposition leader Tymoshenko arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev December 22, 2010. Tymoshenko criticised Western states on Tuesday for dealing with the government of President Viktor Yanukovich, accusing it of creating the "stability of the cemetery" by crushing opposition. Tymoshenko was charged with abuse of office this month and told Italian daily la Repubblica in an interview she faced up to 10 years in jail if found guilty. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
MADOFF-PICOWER/
RTXVU0O
December 17, 2010
Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) Trustee Irving Picard speaks as Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet...
New York, UNITED STATES
SIPA Trustee Picard speaks during a news conference in New York, announcing the return of $7.2 billion...
Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) Trustee Irving Picard speaks as Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara (L) looks on during a news conference in New York, announcing the return of $7.2 billion from the estate of Madoff insider Jeffry Picower to settle civil claims for victims of Bernard Madoff's ponzi scheme December 17, 2010. Picower, a longtime friend of Bernard Madoff, died of a heart attack in Florida in October 2009 and his estate agreed to give back $7.2 billion to settle civil claims on Friday, significantly boosting the amount available to repay thousands of investors swindled in the epic fraud. Madoff, 72, is serving a 150-year prison sentence after pleading guilty in March 2009 to orchestrating the massive scheme, which is considered the biggest financial fraud in history.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
MADOFF-PICOWER/
RTXVU0M
December 17, 2010
Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) Trustee Irving Picard speaks during a news conference in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
SIPA Trustee Picard speaks during a news conference in New York, announcing the return of $7.2 billion...
Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) Trustee Irving Picard speaks during a news conference in New York, announcing the return of $7.2 billion from the estate of Madoff insider Jeffry Picower to settle civil claims for victims of Bernard Madoff's ponzi scheme December 17, 2010. Picower, a longtime friend of Bernard Madoff, died of a heart attack in Florida in October 2009 and his estate agreed to give back $7.2 billion to settle civil claims on Friday, significantly boosting the amount available to repay thousands of investors swindled in the epic fraud. Madoff, 72, is serving a 150-year prison sentence after pleading guilty in March 2009 to orchestrating the massive scheme, which is considered the biggest financial fraud in history.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
MADOFF-PICOWER/
RTXVU0L
December 17, 2010
Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) Trustee Irving Picard speaks as Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet...
New York, UNITED STATES
SIPA Trustee Picard speaks during a news conference in New York, announcing the return of $7.2 billion...
Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) Trustee Irving Picard speaks as Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara (L) looks on during a news conference in New York, announcing the return of $7.2 billion from the estate of Madoff insider Jeffry Picower to settle civil claims for victims of Bernard Madoff's ponzi scheme December 17, 2010. Picower, a longtime friend of Bernard Madoff, died of a heart attack in Florida in October 2009 and his estate agreed to give back $7.2 billion to settle civil claims on Friday, significantly boosting the amount available to repay thousands of investors swindled in the epic fraud. Madoff, 72, is serving a 150-year prison sentence after pleading guilty in March 2009 to orchestrating the massive scheme, which is considered the biggest financial fraud in history.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SOCCER-PARAGUAY/
RTXVRCZ
December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is seen before...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez, former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is seen before a judge...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is seen before a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
SOCCER-PARAGUAY/
RTXVRCV
December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (2nd L), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez, former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (2nd L), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police officer after a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
SOCCER-PARAGUAY/
RTXVRCQ
December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, kisses his wife...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez, former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, kisses his wife Asuncion...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, kisses his wife Asuncion Lovera (R) before being escorted by a police officer after a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
SOCCER-PARAGUAY/
RTXVRBJ
December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, speaks to members...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, speaks to members...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, speaks to members of the media after a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
SOCCER-PARAGUAY/
RTXVRBE
December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez, former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police officer after a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
SOCCER-PARAGUAY/
RTXVRBD
December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez, former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police officer after a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
SOCCER-PARAGUAY/
RTXVRBB
December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by police officers after a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
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RTXVRB1
December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (L), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez, former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (L), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police officer after a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
SOCCER-PARAGUAY/
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December 15, 2010
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Jose Maria Gonzalez, former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police...
Jose Maria Gonzalez (C), former manager of Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabanas, is escorted by a police officer after a judge ordered his arrest in Asuncion December 15, 2010. Gonzalez was accused by Cabana's wife of swindling her husband of over a million dollars. Cabanas continues to recover from a gunshot to the head suffered in a Mexico City bar in January. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-LOREAL/
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June 30, 2010
French photographer Francois-Marie Banier (C) speaks to the media at Nanterre courthouse near Paris July...
Nanterre, France
French photographer Francois-Marie Banier speaks to the media at Nanterre courthouse near Paris
French photographer Francois-Marie Banier (C) speaks to the media at Nanterre courthouse near Paris July 1, 2010. Banier stands accused of extorting gifts worth 1 billion euros ($1.5 billion) from Liliane Bettencourt, elderly heiress to the L'Oreal fortune. A court is scheduled to examine complaints by Francoise Bettencourt-Meyers, Bettencourt's daughter, that Banier took advantage of her mother. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SRILANKA/
RTR28MCP
January 07, 2010
Buddhist monks stand in front of policemen during a protest demanding the release of Buddhist monk Dambara...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Buddhist monks stand in front of policemen during a protest in Colombo
Buddhist monks stand in front of policemen during a protest demanding the release of Buddhist monk Dambara Amila Thera, one of the leaders of the opposition group Patriotic National Movement, in Colombo January 7, 2010. Opposition groups said Amila Thera's arrest was politically motivated because it came soon after he publicly backed presidential candidate Sarath Fonseka, while the government said he was arrested after conducting investigations into several complaints accusing him of swindling money from individuals with the promise of sending them abroad for employment. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
SRILANKA/
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January 07, 2010
Policemen hold a barrier as students and Buddhist monks protest demanding the release of Buddhist monk...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Policemen hold a barrier as students and Buddhist monks protest in Colombo
Policemen hold a barrier as students and Buddhist monks protest demanding the release of Buddhist monk Dambara Amila Thera, one of the leaders of the opposition group Patriotic National Movement, in Colombo January 7, 2010. Opposition groups said Amila Thera's arrest was politically motivated because it came soon after he publicly backed presidential candidate Sarath Fonseka, while the government said he was arrested after conducting investigations into several complaints accusing him of swindling money from individuals with the promise of sending them abroad for employment. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
SRILANKA/
RTR28MCB
January 07, 2010
A demonstrator uses his camera phone to take photographs of policemen during a protest demanding the...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A demonstrator uses his camera phone to take photographs of policemen during a protest in Colombo
A demonstrator uses his camera phone to take photographs of policemen during a protest demanding the release of Buddhist monk Dambara Amila Thera, one of the leaders of the opposition group Patriotic National Movement, in Colombo, January 7, 2010. Opposition groups said Amila Thera's arrest was politically motivated because it came soon after he publicly backed presidential candidate Sarath Fonseka, while the government said he was arrested after conducting investigations into several complaints accusing him of swindling money from individuals with the promise of sending them abroad for employment. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SRILANKA/
RTR28MC0
January 07, 2010
A policeman watches demonstrators through a metal barrier during a protest demanding the release of Buddhist...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A policeman watches demonstrators through a metal barrier during a protest in Colombo
A policeman watches demonstrators through a metal barrier during a protest demanding the release of Buddhist monk Dambara Amila Thera, one of the leaders of the opposition group Patriotic National Movement, in Colombo January 7, 2010. Opposition groups said Amila Thera's arrest was politically motivated because it came soon after he publicly backed presidential candidate Sarath Fonseka, while the government said he was arrested after conducting investigations into several complaints accusing him of swindling money from individuals with the promise of sending them abroad for employment. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SRILANKA/
RTR28JNV
January 05, 2010
Buddhist monks protest against the use of violence in the elections and demand the release of Buddhist...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Buddhist monks protest against use of violence in elections and demand release of Buddhist monk Amila...
Buddhist monks protest against the use of violence in the elections and demand the release of Buddhist monk Dambara Amila Thera, one of the leaders of the opposition group Patriotic National Movement, in Colombo January 5, 2010. Opposition groups said Amila Thera's arrest was politically motivated because it came soon after he publicly backed presidential candidate Sarath Fonseka, while the government said he was arrested after conducting investigations into several complaints accusing him of swindling money from individuals with the promise of sending them abroad for employment. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION ELECTIONS)
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January 05, 2010
A Buddhist monk uses a flag to shield his face from the sun during a protest against the use of violence...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Buddhist monk uses flag to shield his face from sun during a protest in Colombo
A Buddhist monk uses a flag to shield his face from the sun during a protest against the use of violence in the elections and demanding the release of Buddhist monk Dambara Amila Thera, one of the leaders of the opposition group Patriotic National Movement, in Colombo January 5, 2010. Opposition groups said Amila Thera's arrest was politically motivated because it came soon after he publicly backed presidential candidate Sarath Fonseka, while the government said he was arrested after conducting investigations into several complaints accusing him of swindling money from individuals with the promise of sending them abroad for employment. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION ELECTIONS)
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January 05, 2010
Buddhist monks protest against the use of violence in the elections and demand the release of Buddhist...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Buddhist monks protest against use of violence in elections and demand release of Buddhist monk Amila...
Buddhist monks protest against the use of violence in the elections and demand the release of Buddhist monk Dambara Amila Thera, one of the leaders of the opposition group Patriotic National Movement, in Colombo January 5, 2010. Opposition groups said Amila Thera's arrest was politically motivated because it came soon after he publicly backed presidential candidate Sarath Fonseka, while the government said he was arrested after conducting investigations into several complaints accusing him of swindling money from individuals with the promise of sending them abroad for employment. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
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November 12, 2009
A vendor sells nuts on the 40P bus, the most dangerous route in Guatemala City November 11, 2009. In...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Vendor sells nuts on the 40P bus, the most dangerous route in Guatemala City
A vendor sells nuts on the 40P bus, the most dangerous route in Guatemala City November 11, 2009. In a different part of the city on Wednesday, eight people, including the driver, were injured in an extortion related shooting. Attacks on buses has become a daily occurrence in an on-going battle between organized gangs of extortionists and private bus companies. Hundreds of drivers, assistant drivers, owners and passengers have been murdered over the last two years. On average, there is one driver killed every other day in Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA CONFLICT TRANSPORT)
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November 12, 2009
A passenger gets on the 40P bus, the most dangerous route in Guatemala City November 11, 2009. IIn a...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Passenger gets on the 40P bus, the most dangerous route in Guatemala City
A passenger gets on the 40P bus, the most dangerous route in Guatemala City November 11, 2009. IIn a different part of the city on Wednesday, eight people, including the driver, were injured in an extortion related shooting. Attacks on buses has become a daily occurrence in an on-going battle between organized gangs of extortionists and private bus companies. Hundreds of drivers, assistant drivers, owners and passengers have been murdered over the last two years. On average, there is one driver killed every other day in Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA CONFLICT TRANSPORT)
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November 12, 2009
A bus driver works the 40P route, the most dangerous in Guatemala City November 11, 2009. In a different...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Bus driver works the 40P route, the most dangerous in Guatemala City
A bus driver works the 40P route, the most dangerous in Guatemala City November 11, 2009. In a different part of the city on Wednesday, eight people, including the driver, were injured in an extortion related shooting. Attacks on buses has become a daily occurrence in an on-going battle between organized gangs of extortionists and private bus companies. Hundreds of drivers, assistant drivers, owners and passengers have been murdered over the last two years. On average, there is one driver killed every other day in Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA CONFLICT TRANSPORT)
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August 12, 2009
Bernard Madoff walks back to his apartment in New York in this December 17, 2008 file photo. Madoff's...
New York, UNITED STATES
File photo of Bernard Madoff walking back to his apartment in New York
Bernard Madoff walks back to his apartment in New York in this December 17, 2008 file photo. Madoff's long-time deputy, Frank DiPascali, on August 11, 2009 pleaded guilty to financial crimes including helping others carry out Wall Street's biggest investment fraud, but shed little more light in court on the decades-long swindle. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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July 28, 2009
People stand in line outside the courtroom where Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones was appearing...
Montreal, Canada
People stand in line outside the courtroom where Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones was appearing...
People stand in line outside the courtroom where Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones was appearing in Montreal, July 28, 2009. Jones, who investors say swindled them out of as much as C$50 million ($46.3 million) in a so-called Ponzi scheme, was released on bail. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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July 28, 2009
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal July 28, 2009. Jones,...
Montreal, Canada
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal July 28, 2009. Jones, who investors say swindled them out of as much as C$50 million ($46.3 million) in a so-called Ponzi scheme, was released on bail. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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July 28, 2009
People stand in line outside the courtroom where Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones was appearing...
Montreal, Canada
People stand in line outside the courtroom where Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones was appearing...
People stand in line outside the courtroom where Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones was appearing in Montreal July 28, 2009. Jones, who investors say swindled them out of as much as C$50 million ($46.3 million) in a so-called Ponzi scheme, was released on bail. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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July 28, 2009
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal, July 28, 2009. Jones,...
Montreal, Canada
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal, July 28, 2009. Jones, who investors say swindled them out of as much as C$50 million ($46.3 million) in a so-called Ponzi scheme, was released on bail. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
CANADA/
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July 28, 2009
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal, July 28, 2009. Jones,...
Montreal, Canada
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal, July 28, 2009. Jones, who investors say swindled them out of as much as C$50 million ($46.3 million) in a so-called Ponzi scheme, was released on bail. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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July 28, 2009
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal, July 28, 2009. Jones,...
Montreal, Canada
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal, July 28, 2009. Jones, who investors say swindled them out of as much as C$50 million ($46.3 million) in a so-called Ponzi scheme, was released on bail. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA BUSINESS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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July 28, 2009
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal July 28, 2009. Jones,...
Montreal, Canada
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal
Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal July 28, 2009. Jones, who investors say swindled them out of as much as C$50 million ($46.3 million) in a so-called Ponzi scheme, was released on bail. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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