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International Law Enforcement Including Justice Dept. Call For Global Effort to Battle Organized Crime

We’ve acknowledged that we have a global economy. But that’s not the only thing that’s global these days. We need to acknowledge and do much more to address the global crime syndicates, which are ruthlessly cashing in on violent drug trafficking and money laundering while helping terrorist networks. This gathering is a step in the right direction.

David Ogden/doj photo
David Ogden/doj photo

By Josh Meyer
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON — International law enforcement officials, including deputy U.S. Atty. Gen. David Ogden, called today for a far more coordinated global response to the growing threat of organized crime syndicates, which they said are increasingly teaming up with terrorist networks and drug traffickers to pose an unprecedented national security threat to the United States and its allies.

Speaking at the 78th general assembly of the global police agency Interpol in Singapore, Ogden and some of his counterparts acknowledged that they need to do much more to work together on many fronts, including attacking the money laundering pipelines that are enabling the crime syndicates to flourish in terror hot spots such as Pakistan and Afghanistan and other strategic locations such as Europe, Africa and Latin America.

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