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"A gangster can illegally sell alcoholic beverages and then put the money into the cash register of a laundry, claiming falsely that the money is coming from a legal activity. In the Watergate scandal large amount of cash was deposited in Mexican banks, which was later transferred back to the United States, thus hiding the origin of the money and the identity of the donors funding the Republican campaign..." – By Benjámin Villányi
"In Latin America, green crimes take place in all the realms in which humans can degrade and destroy nature. The systematic and extensive destruction of Latin America’s natural environment has positioned Southern green criminology as the primary framework for the criminological study and interpretation of environmental crime in Latin America (Goyes, 2016, 2019, 2020). ..." – By David Rodríguez Goyes
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