A New York regulator has joined a federal probe of banks to find out whether bank traders had colluded
in a scam.
A member of his family made a number of allegations to the Ombudsman which centred on the belief police colluded
by failing to investigate the murder properly in order to protect informants within the IRA.
The companies involved in the cartel colluded
through a network of bilateral contacts in order to determine their respective responses to customers' requests to lower prices.
Tesco stands alone in denying that it colluded
with the others to inflate the price of milk and cheese.
We haven't been able to track down Talley to ask if he colluded
with Hemm to defraud ANB, but we do know this: ANB objected strenuously when Talley's company, CJC Development LLC, filed for bankruptcy in Memphis in July 2007 and planned to sell some real estate in Memphis without recognizing ANB's $5.
According to court documents, the six companies colluded
with Lehr, which acted as the construction manager for clients, to overcharge clients for the work they performed.
Ali Dayan Hasan, author of the Human Rights Watch report, told journalists on Tuesday that "British intelligence and law enforcement colluded
with and turned a blind eye to the use of torture on terrorism suspects in Pakistan".
The Home Secretary is facing legal action over claims that MI5 colluded
in the torture of a former civil servant suspected of terrorism, the Home Office said.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges Delta Airlines and AirTran Airways colluded
to begin charging customers a $15 fee to check a first bag, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
London, May 27 (ANI): British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith is likely to face legal action over allegations that MI5 agents colluded
in the torture of a British former civil servant by Bangladeshi intelligence officers.
THE Home Secretary faces legal action over claims that MI5 colluded
in the torture of a former civil servant suspected of terrorism, the Home Office confirmed last night.
Lawyers for Briton Jamil Rahman wrote to Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, pictured below, claiming that she colluded
in assault, unlawful arrest, false imprisonment and breaches of human rights legislation.