Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Financial Crime
The Laundry Man by Kenneth Rijock ( Penguin/Random House UK)
Friday, December 15, 2017
IS THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT BEHIND THE HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN THE KOKOREV CASE ?
Inasmuch as most experts believe that certain wealthy Spanish & Italian interests, who covet the oil concessions of Equatorial Guinea, and who convinced Spanish prosecutors to arrest and hold the Kokorev family indefinitely in a bogus money laundering case, until they give up EG president Obiang, is Spain itself liable ? Sovereign immunity aside, where Human Rights violations occur, under national sponsorship, should not a European Union court take jurisdiction, and rule for the Kokorevs, for massive damages ?
Take a minute, this holiday season, and consider what kind of holiday Kokorev will be having, courtesy the 21st century Spanish Inquisition, and try to answer my question.