One of the most frequent concerns cited by our Red Notice clients is what could happen even if they succeed in their efforts to remove a Red Notice. Most people who challenge Red Notices do so because they have tried to resolve the matter at the country of origin and failed, or because the country

Not too far in the future, INTERPOL’s General Assembly will gather in Rome for its annual meeting.  The General Assembly is charged with making decisions about how the organization will be run in the coming year, and considers everything from general policy matters to resources to electing the members of the Executive Committee.  From November

If a Red Notice subject applies for and is granted political asylum in a given country, does that necessarily mean that his claim to INTERPOL of politically motivated criminal charges will be successful?

And if a Red Notice subject’s claim to INTERPOL that his Red Notice is based on a politically motivated criminal charge succeeds

As some unfortunate souls have discovered, iNTERPOL sometimes publishes information that is simply wrong. Due to the “honor system” it uses to allow member countries to request Red Notices, there are instances where INTERPOL issues a Red Notice containing erroneous information, which can happen in one of several ways:

  1. The underlying charge is completely fabricated

I’m still thinking about the topic of the last post:  FIFA’s historic donation to INTERPOL.  The donation is meant to be used to prevent future crimes by training players, officials, and fans about the dangers of illegal betting and match-fixing.  It is not for the purpose of investigation of the crimes themselves.

Does this