BC's RCMP: Shut Down Alleged Money Launderers
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
Nothing like airing out an Accused Criminal Dirty Laundry, by the RCMP to Rinse British Columbias Nasty Stains which stubbornly cling to our Societies Delicates.
Hopefully charges will stick, and we'll see this accused Criminal Organization go through the wringers of prison.
Now only if the RCMP and Revenue will investigate Homeowners with no discernible means of income living in Million Dollar homes in the Lower Mainland, and while they are at it, perhaps a visit to the many Mortgage Brokers who lend money to those with incomes which are less than a living wage. Methinks I smell a scam a brewing on both ends. The above assumptions are a NO BRAINER!
Police raid shuts down alleged money launderersVancouver SunPublished: Monday, May 26, 2008
LANGLEY - A pair of currency exchanges in Langley were raided by RCMP with search warrants Monday as part of an investigation into money laundering, Langley RCMP said in a press release.
The search warrants were in relation to a long-term money laundering investigation that began last September and involved currency exchanges located in Langley City suspected of laundering money, the release said.
Search warrants were executed at Global Tourist Centre Currency Exchange at #106-20505 Fraser Hwy Langley City and Capital Forex at 5560 204 St Langley City.
Several arrests have been made and the RCMP expects to recommend charges to Crown. The RCMP cannot comment of the specifics of the case as the matter is still under investigation, the release said.