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Re: Money laundering

Postby rustled » Oct 9th, 2017, 7:20 pm

"Sanctioned" and "allowed" are in the eye of the beholder. Investigations have been underway for a while, problems identified, solutions sought. So I'll be hangin' on to my tar and feathers until the jury's back in. And I'll be watching to see what improvements our current provincial government is able to make, along with all other governments dealing with these very same issues.
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Re: Money laundering

Postby maryjane48 » Oct 9th, 2017, 8:27 pm

rustled wrote:"Sanctioned" and "allowed" are in the eye of the beholder. Investigations have been underway for a while, problems identified, solutions sought. So I'll be hangin' on to my tar and feathers until the jury's back in. And I'll be watching to see what improvements our current provincial government is able to make, along with all other governments dealing with these very same issues.

the real question is why did bclibs try and keep this all hush hush ? :smt045
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Re: Money laundering

Postby rustled » Oct 10th, 2017, 5:58 am

maryjane48 wrote:
rustled wrote:"Sanctioned" and "allowed" are in the eye of the beholder. Investigations have been underway for a while, problems identified, solutions sought. So I'll be hangin' on to my tar and feathers until the jury's back in. And I'll be watching to see what improvements our current provincial government is able to make, along with all other governments dealing with these very same issues.

the real question is why did bclibs try and keep this all hush hush ? :smt045

Nonsense. You simply didn't pay any attention until the NDP started makin' hay with ongoing investigations for political purposes. They knew about it, and have already had the opportunity to come up with a better solution. So far, they got nothin' but hay.

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Re: Money laundering

Postby Blazer63 » Oct 13th, 2017, 7:45 am

Carrs Landing Viking wrote:Money laundering has nothing to do with the Liberal party.

You need to stop making inflammatory statements.


Hahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhaahahahaha

It has everything to do with the Lieberal party , the federal Fiberals , how do you think Trudummy got in .
He laundered the money coming from Russia for the Clinton's, for Padesta and Obumma . George Soros , Trudummy biggest backer and head Demon , has his electronic voting ballot machine company in Toronto , the one that tried to steal the election for Killary .

See the Lieberals are a bunch of manipulative misleading Entitlement issue filled Rich pigs, and after Harper cleaned up Canada , and made it respectable again and profitable, the Lieberals felt it was time to jump back in and *bleep* everything up again as they always do , when there's money on the table , Fiberals will always want it and feel they deserve it .

Lying about pretty much everything just to get into Office and steal steal steal is their way . I mean really , did you know the Finance crook , Morneaux is related to John McCain . Read or watch a video on Agenda 21 and you will understand what they are up to , it's pretty simple

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Re: Money laundering

Postby LordEd » Oct 13th, 2017, 8:02 am

Blazer63 wrote:Read or watch a video on Agenda 21 and you will understand what they are up to , it's pretty simple

You're in the wrong spot. Conspiracy is down the hall. Down the hall, past the straight jacket lockers and next to the tinfoil hat rack.

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Re: Money laundering

Postby flamingfingers » Oct 14th, 2017, 3:37 pm

^^"Theories" be damned - here is truth:

Saturday, October 14, 2017
Who, Exactly, Enabled The Drug Money Laundry? The Victoria Times Colonist Takes An Important First Step Down The Path Of Non-Forgettery.
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The VTC has run a very important editorial today in which they note:
"...It’s been known for some time that casinos offer an attractive way to cloak the proceeds of crime. Gang members can claim they came by their cash playing poker.

But it appears casino-based laundering is far more extensive than was previously understood. It also appears Christy Clark’s former administration knew the facts for some time and failed to respond effectively.


In 2015, Clark’s government commissioned a report on the relationship between organized crime and casinos. But when it became evident the contents were explosive, the report was quietly buried.".
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Read the rest and link to the Editorial here:

http://pacificgazette.blogspot.ca/
Why do people who fancy themselves "fiscal conservatives" not scream at hidden debt accumulated in the past dozen years? Or, do they only object to spending on social programs?

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Re: Money laundering

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Re: Money laundering

Postby flamingfingers » Oct 19th, 2017, 5:12 pm

^^It's about time some charges were laid!!

Also,
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Re: Money laundering

Postby flamingfingers » Oct 30th, 2017, 5:50 pm

We're paying for Liberal Ministries to GAMBLE???? Corrupt, corrupt, CORRUPT!!!
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Re: Money laundering

Postby LordEd » Oct 30th, 2017, 6:26 pm

Please break down the difference between gambled money and hotel/food charges.

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Re: Money laundering

Postby alanjh595 » Oct 30th, 2017, 6:32 pm

flamingfingers wrote:^^It's about time some charges were laid!!

Also,


5 potential charges were laid, but none have made their way through court. What ever happened to "Innocent, until proven guilty"?
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Re: Money laundering

Postby flamingfingers » Oct 30th, 2017, 6:33 pm

LordEd wrote:Please break down the difference between gambled money and hotel/food charges.


Why would a Ministry spend $20K for food and hotel accommodations at a casino as opposed to a main-stream hotel and restaurant downtown?
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Re: Money laundering

Postby LordEd » Oct 30th, 2017, 8:05 pm

Good government rate? Proximity to whatever business or event?

You still haven't shown 1 cent being gambled though you imply the whole amount.
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Re: Money laundering

Postby LordEd » Oct 30th, 2017, 8:10 pm

20–22 Richmond, BC.
BCMEA (BC Music Educators’
Assn.) Annual Professional
Development Conference “Forte
2011” with Honour Ensembles
Concerts on October 21 and 22,
and all-members reception on
October 20. River Rock Casino
Resort. Contact information at:
www.bcmeaconference.com
Shame. All that kids music money being gambled away... There's no reason to go to a casino after all when there's a perfectly good hotel down the street.
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Re: Money laundering

Postby LordEd » Oct 31st, 2017, 6:20 am

WNRCASN 2015 Conference
Responding to the Call: Nursing Education and Health Care Reform Strategies for Action
February 18 – 20, 2015

St. Eugene Mission Resort & Casino in Cranbrook, BC
Oh dear, did a patient die when a nurse bet on red?
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