Wall Street Journal by JOEL SCHECTMAN After a series of unsuccessful trials against executives accused of bribing overseas officials, some critics believed the U.S. government would dial back its increasingly aggressive approach against foreign corruption. They were wrong. In an attempt to catch an executive admitting to alleged bribe payments, the Federal Bureau of Investigation wired… Continue reading NJ-COLOMBIA-MIAMI: DOJ Returns to Bare-Knuckle Tactics in Bribery Case
EDITORIAL: You aren’t owned by the mob and then just walk away. Sorry, we all know that’s not how organized crime works. Last year, Sofia Vergara was quoted as saying about buying sex (renting a human being’s body parts for self sexual gratification), “If you can afford it, why not?”. She came from money in Columbia, a… Continue reading DRUGS, MURDER, MAFIA: Inside Sofia Vergara’s Rise to Fame – Hollywood Sex Slave to Celebrity Madam?