Is it really true? A foreign government official may be prosecuted in the United States for the violation of a non-U.S. law – Yes/No – not exactly. A Korean working for a Korean government research center was, recently, found guilt of U.S. federal money laundering in a U.S. Federal Court. The individual was convicted of utilizing the banking system of the United States to store and transfer illegal obtained funds. The funds were deemed illegally obtained under Korean Law. SoContinue reading
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