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Responses to Allegations Contained within the IDB's Letter to the Editor of the Washington Times on November 12

, November 19, 2010

On November 9, Mr. Kelly Hearn published an excellent piece in the Washington Times that exposed the financial mismanagement of the investment portfolio of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and a cover-up of environmental damages caused by the Camisea pipeline(s) through the Amazon Basin in Peru.

Whistleblowers Reveal Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Covered up Deficiencies in Camisea Gas Project

Shelley Walden and Bea Edwards, November 10, 2010

According to a front-page article in Tuesday’s Washington Timesthe 

What’s Going On with Satyam?

Anonymous, October 06, 2010

Sometimes, the Indian press confuses me. Last week, there was the headline: "Satyam Is Back on Track" on

“Suivez la piste”...of the Fading Fraud at Satyam

, August 27, 2010

The intrepid, French investigator, Clouseau, was fond of saying "We suspect everyone; we suspect no one." Then, on cue, he'd take a pratfall or bumble on to a significant clue. Have Indian authorities unwittingly left Clouseau a clue in their long, drawn-out investigation of the fraud at Satyam Computer Services?

In India, the Satyam Investigation Grinds On

Anonymous, July 27, 2010

An interesting week in India unfolded as the justice and financial oversight processes continued their ponderous attempts to untangle Ramalinga Raju’s Satyam scam. It has been a year and a half since the founder of India’s fourth largest IT outsourcer and anointed poster child for 21st Century “India Inc.” announced to the world that he had been cooking Satyam’s books for over 10 years of business. Taking the high road, he declared that he had “inflated profits” rather than embezzling the money.

Jorge Vila vs. the Inter-American Investment Corporation Proceeds in District Court

Bea Edwards, July 26, 2010

On July 15, 2010, the District Court for the District of Columbia held an Initial Scheduling Conference for the claim filed by Jorge Vila, an independent banking consultant in emerging markets, against the Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC), the private sector lending arm of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The Conference issued a time schedule for the compilation of documentary and witness evidence to be presented by the IIC and Vila at the trial, expected to take place early next year. Depositions of IDB and IIC officers are expected to begin shortly.

Part II: NSA Whistleblowers Asked Supreme Court to Review Warrantless Wiretapping

Jesselyn Radack, June 12, 2010

This post also appears on GAP Homeland Security Director Jesselyn Radack's Daily Kos blog