| Jean-Paul Laborde |
(judge, academic, terror expert, deep state functionary?)
|Alma mater||University of Bordeaux, University of Toulouse, Centre for Advanced Studies on Africa and Asia|
|Member of||Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime|
French judge and "terror expert". Executive Director of the Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate for 4 years
Jean-Paul Laborde from 2013-2017 was an Executive Director of the Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate.
"1969, Bachelor's in Law, University of Bordeaux; 1971, Master's in Private Law, University of Toulouse; Master's in Political Affairs, Centre for Advanced Studies on Africa and Asia, Paris. Formerly, with the United Nations for 18 years, holding senior positions in counterterrorism and criminal justice, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (1993-2008). Also served as Head of the Secretariat Unit supporting the negotiations on the United Nations Convention on Transnational Organized Crime, Special Adviser of the Undersecretary-General for Political Affairs and, 2009-10, Chairman, Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force. Served for 22 years in the French criminal justice system and Government as Judge, Assistant Prosecutor-General, Chief Prosecutor and Head of the National Service for the Inspection of Penitentiary Services. From December 2010 until appointment to CTED, Judge, Criminal Chamber of France's Supreme Judicial Court (Cour de Cassation)."
"Ambassador Laborde had a long carrier in the French Judiciary ending with the positions of president of Chamber in charge of Financial and Economic Crimes at the Court of Appeals of Aix-en- Provence and finally Judge at the French Judicial Supreme Court, la Cour de cassation."