Tuesday, February 12, 2019

All Your Laundromats 'R Us.


Sam Cooper's latest investigative report on the Lotulandian Whaling Industry is out and it would appear that he, and his Global editors, are implying that the fine folks running the BCLC back in the days of GordCo/Clarklandia may have done more than turn a blind eye to underground money laundering.

Here is Mr. Cooper's lede:

Senior police officers were concerned B.C. government officials might have leaked information that “compromised” October, 2015 RCMP raids targeting sophisticated alleged underground casinos in Richmond, B.C., according to records from a B.C. Lottery Corp. whistle-blower.

The records obtained by Global News and source interviews suggest that as RCMP’s Federal Serious and Organized Crime (FSOC) unit ramped up casino money laundering and underground banking investigations in 2015, senior police and B.C. Gaming Policy Enforcement Branch (GPEB) investigators increasingly viewed B.C. Lottery Corp. (BCLC) — and possibly others in B.C.’s government — with distrust...


Who'd a thunk that something like this could happen after GordCo/Clarklandia's Minister of Everything dismantled the illegal gaming enforcement team back in 2009?

Big props, as always, go to S.M. Holman and his archives at PublicEye online, part of which is the above video...They are an invaluable history of GordCo, Inc. 



Anonymous said...

And Coleman shut down the RCMP investigation because...??? Oh, right, nothing to see here folks, move along.

Just look back east, foolish if you don't believe this goes on here.


Anonymous said...

Horgan! Call for the inquiry now.

Anonymous said...

was this song played at office?


e.a.f. said...

CALL THE ENQUIRY NOW! What are the NDP waiting for.

If its more information, I think we as the public have enough!

You'd think the NDP, Greens, Conservatives would want an INQUIRY so that they could finish off the existing B.C. LIEBERAL PARTY and they could start over again.

Perhaps it is time Eby starts closing casinos which are not complying with the rules. None of this, oh we'll make changes. If there is a loan shark on the premises, any money which can't be traced comes in the CASINO IS CLOSED FOR 90 days. yes, that will hurt the provincial take, but I'd rather we do that, than be the laundry room for the world.

We need to understand if this continues, others will come and in the end we will not have a democracy, our children will grow up in a criminal gang world and we will simply be renters in our own country. Some one else, a bunch of criminals will own this province, lock stock and barrel. We can toss in the log splitter.