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INTERPOL: Judge Orders Extradition And Arrest Of Former U.S. Treasury Undersecretary David Mulford

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Argentina hasn’t forgotten Mulford’s role in the 2001 crisis.

Debt-swap fraud is not forgiven in 3, 2, 1…

BUENOS AIRES, Sept 4 (Reuters) – A judge in Argentina has ordered the arrest of Credit Suisse executive and former U.S. Treasury Undersecretary David Mulford because he failed to testify over a 2001 Argentine debt swap, the state news agency reported on Monday.

Federal Judge Marcelo Martinez de Giorgi will ask Interpol to issue an international arrest warrant seeking Mulford’s extradition for questioning over the bond exchange carried out by the government in an unsuccessful bid to avoid default.

Mulford, who currently serves as vice chairman international of Credit Suisse Investment Bank, was seen as one of the debt swap’s architects when he served as a senior official at Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB).

Argentina’s government swapped about $30…

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Whiteclay Arrests

 

On August 26, several organizations looking to have a peaceful march of women and children to protest alcohol sales in Whiteclay, Nebraska ended with protestors being carted away in horse trailers, verbal altercations and Native youth being maced.

Autumn Two Bulls, a participant and Pine Ridge Reservation tribal legal liaison is the mother of 10-year-old Wakinyan (Lightning and Thunder.) who was one of the Native youth sprayed in the face with mace by a police officer.

Two Bulls was furious such a thing could happen on…Read more: http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/08/29/whiteclay-fallout-womens-day-of-peace-march-ends-with-arrests-and-youth-being-maced-131881#ixzz25FarMmJk

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Silver Lining

Palestinian woman hospitalized after settlers’ attack

AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– A Palestinian woman from Al-Khalil was hospitalized after a group of Jewish settlers threw rocks at her south of the city on Wednesday evening.

Security sources told Quds Press that the settlers of the Kiryat Arba settlement threw rocks at a 28-year-old Palestinian woman.

They said that the woman suffered head injuries and was taken to Al-Khalil government hospital where her condition was described as moderate.

In a separate incident, large numbers of Israeli occupation forces stormed Beit Ummar village to the north of Al-Khalil on Wednesday night. IOF soldiers broke into and searched many homes but no arrests were reported.

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Palestinian journalist survives settlers’ attack

JENIN, (PIC)– Jewish settlers opened fire at a Palestinian car on the Ramallah-Nablus road near Sinjil village on Wednesday night hitting the car but not the driver.

Radio Palestine said that…

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by Christof Lehmann
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August 6, 2012

Yesterday the Iranian News Agency FARS reported that the Syrian Military had arrested a Turkish General in Aleppo, Syria. (1) Not Surprisingly the Turkish government vehemently denies that Syria should have arrested the General. It also denied that the Phantom F4 fighter jet that was downed by the Syrian military over a months ago had illegally entered Syrian air-space while Turkey admittedly is waging an illegal war on Syria.

The report has, in spite of Turkish attempts to rebut it, gained in credibility when the Iranian Member of Parliament, Mansour Haghighat-Pour demanded that Ankara should answer for the activities of the Turkish general who had been arrested in Aleppo.

Mansour Haghighat-Pour is the Vice Chairman of the Iranian Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, a position that provides privileged access to information from a usually very well informed Iranian Intelligence Community.

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