The U.S. Department of Justice wants stronger asset forfeiture and money laundering laws put in place around the world to better disrupt and dismantle international criminal organizations, the department’ second-in-command said Monday in remarks in Singapore.

Deputy Attorney General David Ogden, who spoke on a panel at an Interpol general assembly meeting, said stronger asset forfeiture laws are “essential weapons” in the fight against international crime.

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