- published: 15 Nov 2016
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Bénédicte Ficq is a renowned Dutch lawyer who was consecutively awarded best female criminal lawyer several years in a row. In April 2016 Bénédicte made headlines when she, together with lung cancer patient Anne Marie van Veen, decided to sue the tobacco industry. ‘It is like swimming against the current. A strong current. I am talking with the Public Prosecution Service in the Netherlands about the necessity and viability of pleading and prosecuting against the tobacco industry for distributing and selling unhealthy, addictive and deadly tobacco products on the market’. Bénédicte Ficq (1957) is a Dutch lawyer who frequently pleads in criminal cases. She is a graduate of the Groningen State University of Law (1986) in the Netherlands. For years her peers elected her as best female defense...
Your Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in identifying this driver/vehicle recorded this weekend at the Tobacco Warehouse located between Airport and Bryant Road. Please pause the video to see the vehicle more clearly. If you know who the driver of this vehicle might be please call the FCSO at: 919 496 2186. Thank you.
ASH worked with Sick of Smoking (https://sickofsmoking.nl/en/) on this video to highlight a Dutch criminal complaint against the tobacco industry for murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, attempted manslaughter, inflicting and attempting severe physical harm and deliberately harming health. Tobacco is the only legal consumer product that kills its consumers when used as intended. As the filing Dutch Criminal Lawyer Bénédicte Ficq says in the video, “I cannot understand that when you hit someone with a hammer, you are being prosecuted for serious harm. Or when you administer poison, you are prosecuted for poisoning. But the tobacco industry is left untouched while ultimately doing the same.”
Our video portrays a fictional tobacco conglomerate – International Tobacco Smugglers Inc., which profiles the criminal supply chain that manufactures, transports and distributes tobacco products illegally. Read more: http://bit.ly/1HWPlci © 2015 | 3BL Media/British American Tobacco | All Rights Reserved
Criminal networks are making tens of millions of pounds a year from selling illegal tobacco in London alone, and it's a growing problem. Trading Standards showed BBC London how they're cracking down on the illicit trade by using specially trained sniffer dogs to target businesses suspected of selling it. Thomas Magill reports.
http://www.youtube.com/cops2hot4tv While on night patrol, Officer Anthony Damiano of the Passaic County (NJ) Sheriff's Department detains a suspicious male suspect he saw duck into a nearby apartment building. The officer questions the familiar suspect who admits to possessing tobacco and crack cocaine. The suspect tries to convince the officer to give him a break but he is arrested for possession instead. I ain't your Papi!! is a COPS Classic, head on over to our Facebook page where you can buy cool Cops TV t-shirts, hats and more. Plus, see behind the scenes photos and footage shot by the Cops film crews: http://www.facebook.com/copstv Find our Cops TV Show DVD's at our store: http://www.foxconnect.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=cops&x=0&y=0 Langley Productions
www.rusi.org/OnTap2015 Calum Jeffray, a Research Analyst at RUSI gives an overview of a new RUSI report he has co-authored on illicit trade in the UK. The scale and nature of organised crime represent a significant risk to national security and public safety. Organised crime is more pervasive in British society than is generally acknowledged, and includes often overlooked activities such as illicit trade. The illicit trade in tobacco, alcohol and pharmaceuticals is often more attractive to organised criminals than, for example, drug trafficking, given that it is a low-risk and high-value activity. The high profit margins associated with illicit trade are used to fund other criminal activities – a fact not widely understood by the British public. The true scale of the illicit trade in the...
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BURGLARY TO TOBACCO AND BEER STORE CPD request that you "SHARE" the info on your Facebook Page. The more people that get to see this post increases our chances of success. Thank you! On September 27th, 2015 at about 3:30 a.m. an offender pried open the rear door to the Tobacco and Beer store located at 1390 Hampshire Pike in Columbia, TN. The offender made entry into the business and then pried open the cash register. The offender took the cash drawer and, as he/she was leaving, grabbed a couple of cartons of cigarettes. Similar burglaries were also reported at DooDad’s Market on Williamsport Pike and at a store in Centerville, TN. Columbia Police Department Investigators are asking for the public to review the video surveillance in an attempt to identify the offender in this crime...
Read Description: In this video I show how to complete this first puzzle in the brand new game Sherlock Holmes Crimes and Punishments. This puzzle is triggered by examining the tobacco pouch found on the table next to Peter Carey. The trick is to invert the image and line up the smoking pipe with the lantern in the background. I left out a good part of the entire video since it just consisted of me trying to figure out the puzzle. I will probably be uploading the full case after I've gone through it thoroughly. Will definitely be uploading each puzzle as I figure them out.
Last summer, two Canadian tobacco giants agreed to pay the largest criminal fines and civil settlements in Canadian history, for their role in cigarette smuggling. Interviews former industry insider about his role in the smuggling operation - and why he says Canadian taxpayers are being ripped off. Anti-smoking groups say the penalties are simply not big enough.
One of the biggest organised illicit tobacco importation syndicates in Australia's history has gone up in smoke, with the seizure of around 71 tonnes (80 million cigarette sticks) seized. The defrauded revenue as a result of the syndicate's importations is estimated to be more than $67 million. The proceeds of tobacco have been shown to finance further illicit drug purchases and criminal activity.