A Colombian man was extradited by his country to Quito, where he will serve a 12-year prison sentence for the crime of money laundering, the Ecuadorean Ministry of Interior announced on July 15. In February 2008, the foreign national identified as 31-year-old Andrés P.C., was sentenced when he was unable to justify the origins of his properties in Ecuador, which were seized by authorities, the institution said in a statement. “These properties were transferred by his father, Hernán P. C., who is currently detained in a U.S. prison for drug trafficking charges. When Andrés P. heard about his father’s arrest, he fled the country,” he added. He was detained in June 2012 in Colombia, where the courts accused him for money laundering and authorized his extradition last February. In August 2006, Ecuador disrupted an organization aimed at money laundering, headed by Hernán P. C. The money came from Panamanian companies, according to the Ministry. After this operation, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Panama and the United States started legal actions against the organization. By Dialogo July 16, 2013
Arsene Wenger fears Brexit may rob the Premier League it top place amongst European leagues LaLiga, the Bundesliga and Serie Acould overtake the Premier League in commercial and economic terms if they are able to purchase the top foreign players, with the UK due to leave the EU at the end of 2021 – and Wenger is fascinated to see how it will play out.“Certainly, subconsciously maybe for some people, it [Brexit] was to regain some sovereignty of their own destiny. And football is completely the reverse,’ Wenger told UK’s The Mirroryesterday.“How will that change? That will depend now on how Brexit will be applied to football.“I’ve asked many people, nobody knows. Will people inside Europe be considered as foreign players who cannot play in the English Premier League? I don’t know.”As of now, it is unclear how or if Brexit will drastically change the accessibility of foreign players to play in the UK.Yet Wenger, who still lives in London, warned that with restrictive regulations on the movement of people, it could be a blow to the Premier League’s worldwide brand as the best league in the world.“But if the rules are restrictive, they will kill the superiority of the Premier League.“Because today the Premier League depends on worldwide exposure, with the best players and worldwide ownership with multi-billion owners from around the world.”Meanwhile, the 70-year-old ruled himself outof the running to become Arsenal chairman over the weekend.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram *Rules out taking over Arsenal as ChairmanArsene Wenger is concerned about how Brexitcould change the reputation and stature of the Premier League worldwide.The former Arsenalmanager, 70, who now has a role at FIFA as their chief of global football development, believes the influx of foreign players in English football could be in doubt, depending on the terms of how the UK leaves the European Union.
Hundreds of people are expected to converge on Letterkenny’s Clanree Hotel today for the annual North West Truck Fest.Dozens of trucks of all shapes and sizes will be on show.As well as trucks, there will be a fleet of classic bikes and vintage cars for all to see. This is the seventh year of the event and the second time it has been staged in Letterkenny.So far the organising committee of the event has managed to raise a staggering €70,000 for local charities.This year’s even is being held in aid of the Donegal Branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Marc Anderson Budapest Treatment Fund.For those with only a passing interest in trucks and cars, there will be plenty of other distractions! On Sunday afternoon there will be live music and family entertainment including bouncy castles.One of the highlights of the bust weekend will be the convoy of trucks through Letterkenny starting at 5pm on Sunday, bringing the weekend events to a close.More information can be found on www.northwesttruckfest.com HUNDREDS EXPECTED AT TRUCK FEST THIS WEEKEND was last modified: August 25th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:letterkennyTruck Fest
West Brom will abandon their attempts to sign Charlie Taylor if they fail to reach a deal with Leeds, according to Tony Pulis.The Baggies boss does not want to take the risk of going to a tribunal for the 23-year-old left-back, who is out of contract at Elland Road this summer.Taylor can move on a free transfer but, because he is under the age of 24, any club who signs him will have to pay Leeds a compensation fee related to his development. Taylor has been with Leeds since the age of nine.West Brom want to negotiate a fee with Leeds to avoid the possibility of an unexpected bill down the line and it has been reported that they have offered £3.5million for the player.Liverpool were ordered to pay Burnley £6.5million rising to a potential £8million after they took Danny Ings on a free transfer from Burnley in the summer of 2015.Pulis said: “We wanted to find out what the price was to see if we’d be interested. If it’s going to go to tribunal, we don’t know what the price is and I think that takes us out of the game.“You could go to tribunal and they could put an extraordinary amount of money on it and you’re stuck with it. It’s a risk that, at this moment, is not worth taking.” Charlie Taylor: The 23-year-old is out of contract at Leeds 1