15 thoughts on “WikiLeaks, Shell oil, and Nigeria

  1. Tax whistleblower held on remand

    SWITZERLAND: A Zurich court has decided that tax evasion whistleblower Rudolf Elmer should be held on remand after police questioned him last week over possible breaches of Swiss bank law.

    A statement dated January 22 posted on the office of defence lawyer Ganden Tethong’s website said that Mr Elmer, a former employee of Swiss investment banking giant Julius Baer, would appeal the court’s decision within 10 days.

    Mr Elmer was detained last week after he handed WikiLeaks computer discs which were believed to contain details of as many as 2,000 offshore bank accounts.


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