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FinCen SAR suspicious activity report scam!
2020 Sep 23, 5:18pm 277 views 1 comments
banks to cover their back file lots of junk SAR cases. but it's FED's job with "big data" analytics to figure out what is good and bad transaction. it seem this was particular bad in O's time.
Top banks allowed $2 trillion worth of suspicious transactions to go unchecked, according to leaked documents from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
The reporter who led the investigation, Jason Leopold of BuzzFeed News, has not revealed the source of the information.
But in January a FinCEN official, Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards, pleaded guilty to leaking information to a reporter identifiable as Leopold about suspicious financial transactions.
Those transactions included some that involved Russians and officials who worked on Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.
At the time of Edwards' arrest, Trump's 2020 campaign attempted to portray her as a "deep state" agent, but reports say that Edwards is actually a Trump supporter who has shared her political views on social media........
2020 Sep 23, 5:21pm
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