Former gaming minister agrees ‘unfair’ to cop who said ‘something stinky’ at casinos
Canadian Press, 14 May 2021
VANCOUVER — British Columbia’s former gaming minister said comments he made more than a decade ago about a top-ranking financial crime investigator’s concerns about “something stinky” going on at provincial casinos were not fair.
Rich Coleman was recalled to testify Friday at the public inquiry into money laundering to face more questions about statements he made in January 2011, disputing media comments by former RCMP inspector Barry Baxter. “I probably got too broad in saying that,” said Coleman, who is the inquiry’s last witness. “I probably went a little too far out with my answer. It may have been unfair.” Continue reading “Article: Former gaming minister agrees ‘unfair’ to cop who said ‘something stinky’ at casinos”
Canada’s casinos … one of Hezbollah’s ways of laundering money
Assumetech, 03 May 2021
The Canadian federal government has set up a committee to investigate money laundering operations, die through gambling in Casinos in Vancouver and drug smuggling, involving a network affiliated with the Iranian regime and the Hezbollah militia.
The committee provided the Al-Arabiya Canal with part of the investigation carried out in March last year, in which an official die Iran and Hezbollah involvement in money laundering process revealed. Continue reading “Article:Canada’s casinos … one of Hezbollah’s ways of laundering money”
B.C. Attorney General David Eby to testify at money laundering inquiry
Canadian Press, 26 April 2021
VANCOUVER — The politician who set the wheels in motion for the money laundering inquiry in British Columbia will testify before the commission today.
David Eby has been called before the Cohen Commission to testify both as the current attorney general and for his role as the former Opposition critic for gaming in the province. Continue reading “Article: B.C. Attorney General David Eby to testify at money laundering inquiry”