Comments on: U.S. banks still very involved in money laundering A slice of lime in the soda Sun, 26 Oct 2014 19:05:02 +0000 hourly 1 By: Whistleblower1 Wed, 22 Dec 2010 04:30:14 +0000 I can show you N.W. Indiana cartel distributors who are state government employees, i.e judge and attorney who are involved with casinos, cocaine distribution and money laundering. They steal money from estates of cancer victims and their heirs and seal all the financial records so that no one can see the embezzled funds that are used to fund the distribution business that involves aircraft and multi state cocaine sales. The local federal agencies in Chicago and N.W. Indiana refuse to investigate even though court documents show felony crimes and refusal of judges to reprimand or process filed formal charges against government workers.
They literally find victims and gain power of attorney through estates and clean out bank accounts and never report funds which they funnel to Cayman accounts.

By: hsvkitty Tue, 29 Jun 2010 17:29:30 +0000 “If Wells Fargo keeps its pledge, the U.S. government will, according to the agreement, drop all charges against the bank in March 2011.”

Other banks were not even investigated, being the banks stated they followed all the rules… who cares that the same person came in with different ID’s and daily used small bills… and in most cases were not even customers of the bank makeing transfers?

Being heads have literally rolled in Mexico, 22k are known murdered and banks are helping fuel drug traffic and help cartels buy airplanes and other needed equipment, should these banks really be allowed to have a get out of jail card??? Ummmm NO!

For the banks, it isn’t a bullet in the head, it’s the money!

By: bryanX Tue, 29 Jun 2010 16:43:09 +0000 Nobody wants a bullet in the head.

“SURE I’ll take your money, sir. Thank you!”

Drug cartels don’t go to lawyers first to fix business problems.