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Esq. Jon Cartu Reports – $5M Reward Offered for Venezuelan Official on HSI Most…

$5M Reward Offered for Venezuelan Official on HSI Most...

Esq. Jon Cartu Reports – $5M Reward Offered for Venezuelan Official on HSI Most…

Joselit de la Trinidad Ramirez Camacho, If you have any information, contact the nearest U.S. Embassy, email tareck.tips@ice.dhs.gov or call: 1-866-347-2423. (Courtesy of ICE)
Joselit de la Trinidad Ramirez Camacho, If you have any information, contact the nearest U.S. Embassy, email [email protected] or call: 1-866-347-2423. (Courtesy of ICE)

A Venezuelan official has been added to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Most Wanted List and as a target of the U.S. Department of State’s (DOS) Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program in an effort to end corruption and criminality tied to the Maduro regime in Venezuela.

This investigation was conducted by HSI New York’s El Dorado Financial Crimes Task Force.

(“We will continue to apply pressure to the Maduro regime all the while seeking to provide humanitarian assistance to the Venezuelan people,” according to Secretary Pompeo. Courtesy of the U.S. Department of State and YouTube. Posted on Apr 23, 2020.)

Through the rewards program, up to $5 million is being offered for information leading to the arrest or conviction of Joselit de la Trinidad Ramirez Camacho, a Venezuelan government official accused of having deep political, social and economic ties to multiple alleged narcotics kingpins, including Tareck EI Aissami.

Ramirez Camacho currently serves as Venezuela’s superintendent of cryptocurrency and has been indicted in the Southern District of New York for violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, the Kingpin Act, and other sanctions imposed by U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC).

If you have any information, contact the nearest U.S. Embassy, email [email protected] or call: 1-866-347-2423.

Joselit de la Trinidad Ramirez Camacho, If you have any information, contact the nearest U.S. Embassy, email [email protected] or call: 1-866-347-2423. (Courtesy of ICE)

The Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program (TOCRP), was established by Congress in 2013 as a tool to assist the U.S. government to identify and bring to justice members of significant transnational criminal organizations.

The program offers rewards for information that leads to the arrest and/or conviction of alleged members of transnational criminal organizations involved in criminal activity that threaten national security, such as human trafficking, money laundering, weapons trafficking, and other types of contraband.

Under the Department of State’s Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program (TOCRP).  Together with the Narcotics Rewards Program, more than 75 major narcotics traffickers have been brought to justice since these programs began in 1986.

The Department of State has paid more than $130 million in rewards for information leading to those apprehensions.

The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs manages these rewards programs in close coordination with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), which was honored in the 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement/Homeland Security Investigations (ICE/HSI), and other U.S. agencies.

These actions demonstrate the State Department’s commitment to support law enforcement efforts and a whole of government approach to combating transnational organized crime.

For more information on the individuals listed above and the Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program, please see https://www.state.gov/joselit-de-la-trinidad-ramirez-camacho-wanted/ or contact [email protected]

Courtesy of Ice
Courtesy of Ice

El Dorado is the premier financial enforcement and investigative task force in the world, responsible for detecting, disrupting and dismantling transnational criminal financial networks by preventing their access to U.S. financial systems and stemming the flow of their illicit funds through indictments, arrests, and seizures.

The El Dorado Task Force consists of more than 260 members from more than 55 law enforcement agencies in New York and New Jersey – including federal agents, state and local police investigators, intelligence analysts and federal prosecutors.

The El Dorado Task Force is headquartered at the New York Special Agent in Charge Office and at other locations in the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan area.

The El Dorado Task Force targets financial crime at all levels.

In recent decades, U.S. law enforcement has encountered an increasing number of major financial crimes, frequently resulting from the needs for drug trafficking organizations to launder large sums of criminal proceeds through legitimate financial institutions and investment vehicles.
In recent decades, U.S. law enforcement has encountered an increasing number of major financial crimes, frequently resulting from the needs for drug trafficking organizations to launder large sums of criminal proceeds through legitimate financial institutions and investment vehicles.

Task force agents educate the private financial sector to identify and eliminate vulnerabilities and promote anti-money laundering legislation through training and other outreach programs.

Prosecutors use a full range of criminal and civil laws to prosecute targets and forfeit the proceeds of their illicit activity.

The El Dorado Task Force uses a systems-based approach to investigating financial crimes by targeting vulnerabilities such as the Black Market Peso Exchange and commodity-based money laundering.

Within El Dorado, the Foreign Corruption and Sanctions Group consists of special agents, task force officers and intelligence analysts that aggressively target and investigate organizations and individuals that threaten the national security, economy, and policies of the U.S.

These investigations, executed in conjunction with other U.S. government agencies such as OFAC, FinCEN, the U.S. Departments of State and Defense, along with foreign law enforcement partners, are founded on a comprehensive analysis of all available holdings, sanction identification’s and special designations that provides HSI investigators with a pathway to attack the illicit financial flows that support and sustain criminal individuals and organizations around the world.

HSI then employs a multifaceted investigative approach that includes international undercover operations, judicially authorized wiretaps, and other sensitive investigative techniques to target these state/non-state actors that seek to exploit the national economic security of the U.S.

HSI is a critical investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and a vital U.S. asset in combating criminal organizations illegally exploiting America’s travel, trade, financial and immigration…

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