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Since the inception of the Rewards for Justice program in 1984, the United States Government has paid in excess of $200 million to more than 100 people who provided actionable information that brought terrorists to justice, disrupted terrorist attacks or financing, or disrupted financial mechanisms of those engaged in illegal activities to support the North Korean regime.
Ahmed Abu Khatallah (Convicted)
2012 Murder of Four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador, Benghazi, Libya. RFJ paid a $3 million reward to an individual who...
Khadaffy Janjalani (Deceased)
Kidnapping and Murder of Americans in the Philippines. RFJ paid a reward totaling $5 million to multiple individuals who provided...
Abu Solaiman (Deceased)
Kidnapping and Murder of Americans in the Philippines. RFJ paid a $5 million reward to two individuals who provided information...
Toting Craft Hanno (Convicted)
Kidnapping and Murder of Americans in the Philippines. RFJ paid a reward of $100,000 for information that led to the...
Hamsiraji Marusi Sali (Deceased)
Kidnapping and Murder of Americans in the Philippines. RFJ paid a reward of $1 million for the information that led...
Edgar Gustavo Navarro (Deceased)
Kidnapping of Americans in Colombia. RFJ paid a reward totaling $900,000 to three persons who provided information on the location...
Mir Aimal Kansi (Executed)
Murder of Americans. RFJ paid a reward to an individual who provided information that led to the arrest of Mir...
Ramzi Ahmed Yousef (Convicted)
1993 World Trade Center Truck Bombing. RFJ paid a reward of $2 million for information that led to the capture...
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