wiretap Photos on Townhall

  •  - Former director of Goldman Sachs Group Gupta exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York

    Former director of Goldman Sachs Group Gupta exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:44:18 PM EST
    Rajat Gupta, a former director of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York, with his lawyers, in this February 7, 2012 file photograph. Gupta on March 27, 2012 lost his bid to suppress wiretap evidence from his upcoming trial on insider trading charges. Gupta is the highest-ranking corporate executive charged in the government's broad-based insider trading probe. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - Rajat Gupta formerly of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York

    Rajat Gupta formerly of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:17:37 PM EST
    Rajat Gupta, a former director of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York, with his lawyers, in this February 7, 2012 file photograph. Gupta on March 27, 2012 lost his bid to suppress wiretap evidence from his upcoming trial on insider trading charges. Gupta is the highest-ranking corporate executive charged in the government's broad-based insider trading probe. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
  •  - Former director of Goldman Sachs Group Gupta exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York

    Former director of Goldman Sachs Group Gupta exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:13:34 PM EST
    Rajat Gupta, a former director of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Procter & Gamble and former global head of the McKinsey & Co consultancy., exits Manhattan Federal Court in New York in this October 26, 2011 file photograph. Gupta on March 27, 2012 lost his bid to suppress wiretap evidence from his upcoming trial on insider trading charges. Gupta is the highest-ranking corporate executive charged in the government's broad-based insider trading probe. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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    Posted: 6/3/2011 6:26:20 PM EST
    FILE An undated file photo provided by the U.S. Attorney's office, Northern District of Illinois, shows former mobster, Frank Calabrese, Jr. As Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn considers signing a bill into legislation that would allow legal gambling for the first time in Chicago, opponents of the bill fear that political corruption and crime syndicate infiltration will follow. Calabrese Jr. who wore an FBI wiretap to help convict his mobster father agrees. "It's a Lifeline that whatever outfit guys are left are going to use," Calabrese said, "As an outfit guy ... I am going to get a piece of something somewhere." (AP Photo/U.S. Attorney's office, Northern District of Illinois)
  •  - To match interview INDONESIA-DEFENCE/

    To match interview INDONESIA-DEFENCE/

    Posted: 4/12/2011 3:31:41 AM EST
    Indonesia's Defence Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro smiles during an interview at his office in Jakarta April 11, 2011. Indonesia's defence minister has called for intelligence officers to be given the power to wiretap without court order and to interrogate people for up to seven days, saying such powers were necessary to nip militant plots in the bud. Picture taken April 11, 2011. To match interview INDONESIA-DEFENCE/ REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
  •  - To match interview INDONESIA-DEFENCE/

    To match interview INDONESIA-DEFENCE/

    Posted: 4/12/2011 3:30:42 AM EST
    Indonesia's Defence Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro gestures during an interview at his office in Jakarta April 11, 2011. Indonesia's defence minister has called for intelligence officers to be given the power to wiretap without court order and to interrogate people for up to seven days, saying such powers were necessary to nip militant plots in the bud. Picture taken April 11, 2011. To match interview INDONESIA-DEFENCE/ REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
  •  - Guillero Valencia, brother of Colombia's Justice Minister Fabio Valencia, is escorted by special investigators after being arrested in Medellin

    Guillero Valencia, brother of Colombia's Justice Minister Fabio Valencia, is escorted by special investigators after being arrested in Medellin

    Posted: 9/25/2008 4:12:35 PM EST
    Guillero Valencia, brother of Colombia's Justice Minister Fabio Valencia, is escorted by special investigators after being arrested in Medellin, September 25, 2008. Fabio Valencia was arrested on Thursday as part of an organized crime probe linking dozens of political allies of President Alvaro Uribe to the country's cocaine trade. Guillermo Valencia was the city of Medellin's chief prosecutor when he was recorded on a wiretap making statements suggesting that he colluded with a wanted drug lord. He denies any wrongdoing and the minister says he will not step down. REUTERS/Stringer (COLOMBIA)