A document filed by terror victim’s family in a New York court reveals a secret unit of the Mossad and the Shin Bet exposed terror money laundering in a Chinese bank
Month: December 2013
China’s foreign minister visit to Israel clouded by accusations of compromise on global war on terrorism.
Lawyers for the family of an American teenager killed in a 2006 suicide bombing in Tel Aviv urged a U.S. court on Tuesday to reject an attempt by Israel to muzzle a witness in an anti-terrorism case.
An American family suing the Bank of China in a US terrorism case accused Israel on Tuesday of caving in to Chinese pressure by blocking a key witness from testifying.
Attorney Lee Wolosky, a partner at Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, is suing Chiquita Brands International Inc. (CQB) in a $1 billion terror finance class action for Colombian plaintiffs. He’s also suing Bank of China Ltd. for allegedly funneling money from Iran to a Palestinian terrorist group.
Government blocks key witness from testifying in US anti-terrorism case revolving around allegations that Bank of China allowed Palestinian terrorists to finance operations.