While RICO does not apply extra-territorially, in deciding whether the complaint alleges a domestic injury sufficient to invoke RICO, the court must engage in a fact- or allegation-specific inquiry to determine whether the plaintiff’s injury arose in the United States, even if the plaintiff is not a US-resident.  Here, the complaint adequately alleged injury arising fom US-based conduct in hiding assets to avoid execution on a California judgment confirming an international arbitration award.  Much of the concealment occurred by conduct within the US.  And the injury was suffered in California because the judgment obtained there against the defendant California resident was rendered unenforceable.