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:
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.
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.
Hi friends. We all continue to fight the good fight and attempt to expose the corruption and crime promoted by the underworld. To that end, I volunteered to do a webinar with KYC 360, an organization based in the Isle of Jersey that promotes Anti-Money Laundering globally. More than 500 professionals worldwide participated in this program. The webinar is an hour long, so it takes a lot of dedication to these issues to listen to that message, but just let me say that I know you all are patriots and that you care so much about contributing to a better world. Let's hope the things we try to do to support that effort are a part of making a difference. Thank you for all you do. Here's the link:
ROBERT MAZUR "The Infiltrator" will share insights about how and what he learned about laundering while living undercover within global mafias and dirty banks for 5 years. With heart stopping detail, he explains the realities of the underworld and how many of their techniques continue to thrive with...
Hi all. I got the opportunity to be interviewed earlier this week about The Infiltrator and wanted to share the discussion. Near the end of the interview we addressed the terrible problems we face as a result of the cartels corrupting the leadership in many countries. About a week ago, Colombia's Anti-Corruption Chief, the top prosecutor of corruption for the entire country, pled guilty in the US to participating in a money laundering scheme related to his solicitation of bribes. This is just one of many stories of corruption around the world. Here's a link to the interview. Keep fighting the good fight: