Aussie banknote maker hit by police raids over bribery claims

Aussie banknote maker hit by police raids over bribery claims

Securency, a banknote maker half owned by the Reserve Bank of Australia, has been hit by raids in Melbourne, the UK and Spain by police looking for evidence of corruption and bribery, according to The Age newspaper.

What Your Insurance Company Doesn’t Want You To Know Regarding Your Insurance Claim

Whether your property damage is minimal or extreme it is important to contact your insurance company promptly to discuss your claim. It is important to be prepared to present your claim because regardless of how well you know your agent and how well you pay your premiums, the first response may not properly address all the damage. The goal is always to get back to the original condition of your property, no better and certainly no worse. Insurance companies often find ways to deny your claims or offer very small values that clearly won’t cover all of the damage. Many policyholders see how long it takes to get that far and it discourages them from challenging the denial of their insurance claim. Insurance companies expect this; therefore, they often deny, delay, or defend claims. Insurance companies know there are not many who will search through their policies and seek outside sources to help them through the stressful process. Insurance properties seek profit so they aren’t always going to cover all that they should based on the policy and the premiums you pay. It is in your best interest to search and see if you can push your claim and receive greater coverage for the damage.

How $1.3 Billion Of Counterfeit Goods Are Seized At JFK Airport | Big Business

The sale of counterfeit goods is a multi-billion dollar industry that can have negative impacts on consumers and fuel criminal organizations. In 2020, U.S Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized over 26,000 counterfeit goods shipments. We visited Steve Nethersole, a customs officer at JFK, to see how he’s spotting and stopping fakes.

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Victorian police smash one of Australia’s biggest money scams | 7NEWS

One of Australia’s biggest money laundering operations has been smashed by Victoria Police. The crime syndicate is accused of buying bank accounts from hundreds of foreign university students to hide $62 million worth of dirty money.

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Woman Who Called Police On Black Girl Selling Water To Go To Disneyland Comes Under Fire | TODAY

A white woman in San Francisco is coming under fire on social media after a video of her calling the police on an 8-year-old black girl selling water outside her home went viral, prompting calls of racism. The girl was apparently selling water to raise money for a trip to Disneyland. The woman, who claimed the little girl did not have a permit, is now defending herself. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.

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Charges laid over Aussie banknote printing bribery

Charges laid over Aussie banknote printing bribery

Aussie police have charged Securency International, Note Printing Australia (NPA) and six individuals with bribing public officials in foreign countries to help win contracts.

How to unmask your accuser as a liar (and win your case in court without a lawyer)

(WARNING: Nothing in this video is legal advice whatsoever. Self-representation is almost always a bad idea. Criminal defense law is immensely complex and failure to procure experienced criminal defense legal counsel is extraordinarily dangerous, particularly if there are any collateral issues such as vocational, occupational or professional licensing that may be endangered by a conviction. This is not legal advice. Subjective opinion only).

What kind of person is your accuser?

Three tips to unmasking your accuser as a liar:

(1) don’t intimidate or contact the accuser. You’ll get hit with witness intimidation charges

(2) private investigator dig up dirt so you can impeach at trial. Is this person a felon? Drug abuser?

(3) has he or she falsely accused other people before?

Anybody can make up an accusation and sadly that’s all it takes for the prosecutor to go along with the accusation and prosecution, especially in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

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Mark Zuckerberg reacts to Elon Musk possibly buying Twitter #shorts

Mark Zuckerberg on Elon Musk possibly buying Twitter: “I think it’s interesting as a saga… but I think even at this point, it’s not actually clear what’s going to happen.”

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Court Cam: Judge Loses His Patience with Stubborn Sovereign Citizen | A&E

A judge loses his patience in the courtroom when a Sovereign Citizen is brought in on multiple charges, in this scene from Season 3, Episode 45.


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Police officer comforts little girl after she asks: ‘Are you going to shoot us?’ l GMA Digital

“I’m here to protect you, OK? Were not here to hurt you at all.”

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