Article: Companies House: ‘Enabler of illegal activity’

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Companies House: ‘Enabler of illegal activity’

Sarah Wood, 05 July 2021

Many of us routinely use Companies House to check the legitimacy of a business, yet an investigation by The Sunday Times has shown it may not be a reliable source of information.

Every UK business has to be registered with Companies House, but the investigation has revealed that the organisation carries out only basic checks on the information it is given and has no statutory power to verify the accuracy of the information it receives. As a result of the limited checks, UK companies registered with Companies House are involved in money laundering on an industrial scale. Continue reading “Article: Companies House: ‘Enabler of illegal activity’”

Article: Once You Realize The US Government Is An Organized Crime Syndicate, Everything Makes Sense

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Once You Realize The US Government Is An Organized Crime Syndicate, Everything Makes Sense

L Todd Wood, 10 June 2021

Obama corrupted everything good within the U.S. government, finishing what the Clinton’s started. Joe Biden (essentially Obama’s third term) is the coup de grace.

Axios released an article today detailing that half the unemployment aid issued over the past year was sent out of the country to foreign criminal organizations.

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Article: Rich Coleman’s dismissal of money laundering warning was baseless: Mountie

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Rich Coleman’s dismissal of money laundering warning was baseless: Mountie

Graeme Wood, 09 April 2021

RCMP’s failure to earmark adequate resources against financial crime was compounded by government officials downplaying problem, inquiry hears.

The senior Mountie in charge of a B.C. money laundering unit in January 2011 says he was “taken aback” by then minister of public safety and solicitor general Rich Coleman’s dismissal of his assessment of money laundering activity in government-regulated casinos. Continue reading “Article: Rich Coleman’s dismissal of money laundering warning was baseless: Mountie”