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Robert Mazur
Robert MazurSunday, November 18th, 2018 at 2:08pm
I was invited to be interviewed this weekend on a syndicated radio show about the current state of affairs in the drug and money laundering world. I realize that my view of the involvement of certain sectors of the international banking community in the success of cartels isn't necessarily shared by others, but we truly need to take a very hard look at how governments deal with this problem. Deferred Prosecution Agreements, fines and probation is not the answer to developing a conscience in the financial sector, and strictly attacking the supply side of the illegal drug trade isn't either. Education, treatment and economic opportunity is so important to deflecting the demand side of illegal drugs. Providing that safety net to fellow citizens will be costly, but in the long run, it is far better to pay for education rather than incarceration. Here's a link to our discussion:

Robert Mazur
Robert MazurTuesday, November 13th, 2018 at 5:02am
Last week I had the honor of presenting to dignitaries from the Near East and North Africa who attended an International Visitor Leadership Program hosted by the U.S. Department of State and World Partnerships. World Partnerships is a worldwide leadership network comprised of 4,800 current and emerging leaders in 190 countries who are dedicated to building a more peaceful, just and connected world. I had the privilege of speaking at length and sharing ideas with law enforcement officers, prosecutors, judges and intelligence officers from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, U.A.E., Morocco, Lebanon, Egypt and Tunisia. We shared ideas and strategies that will hopefully lead to more effective prosecutions of money launderers, drug traffickers and those corrupted by global criminal organizations. Building bridges and friendships globally through transparently sharing ideas and experience is critical to fighting the good fight against organized crime. For more information about World Partnerships, visit:

Robert Mazur
Robert MazurFriday, October 12th, 2018 at 5:24am
Hi Infiltrator followers. More than 1,000 people read part 1 of my 2 part article published by Thomson Reuters. I'm really glad to see the interest. Here's a link to Part 2. I hope you find it interesting. It tells a small piece of the story about how "special clients" from the underworld are catered to by segments of the international banking world. I received an e-mail from a representative of the Department of Justice familiar with this case. That DOJ attorney said my articles were "well done", so they take no exception to the content of the articles:

Robert Mazur
Robert MazurWednesday, October 10th, 2018 at 1:29pm
Hi everyone. I've been inspired to resume my role as a publisher of articles about the world of money laundering, drug trafficking, and tax evasion. It pains me that the mainstream media doesn't offer you the full story about why the average guy is treated so differently by the international banking community. As I see stories unfold in the industry about the realities of international banks catering to the rich and the underworld, I want to share the real facts with you about why the playing field is so unevenly skewed against those in the world who don't get access to "privilege". I wrote articles published by Thomson Reuters this week about a bank scandal that involved bankers taking in hundreds of millions in drug money along the US side of the US/Mexico border. It is a 2 part article, and this entry will post Part 1. On Friday, I will post Part 2. After this, I'm going to share some details with you about Swiss banks that are all about their helping the richest of the rich hide massive amounts of unreported money from the IRS and tax authorities around the world. This is why we globally have massive deficits while the 1% of the wealthiest are insultingly clamoring for more tax breaks. Please take all of this into consideration when you think about why we face the problems we do today, why budgets don't exist for our children's teachers to be fairly paid, and why education isn't more broadly offered. It isn't a politically partisan issue. It is the right thing to do for our kids.

Robert Mazur
Robert MazurSunday, October 7th, 2018 at 9:17am
I had the privilege to present to USSOCOM military personnel, law enforcement officers and private sector compliance professionals last week at the SOFWERX Illicit Finance Group meeting in Tampa. It was an honor to share ideas with so many brave men and women that put country above self every day. There's no way we can thank them enough for their service to country. They kindly tweeted out their comments about our experience together:

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The Illicit Finance Group at @SOFWERX discussed money laundering this week with former undercover money launderer and New York Times bestselling author of "The Infiltrator," @robertmazur. Robert has transformed his underworld experience into remarkable lessons.