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“ONE OF THE LARGEST MONEY-LAUNDERING PROSECUTIONS IN U.S. HISTORY.” – ROBERT MUELLER III, DIRECTOR OF THE FBI

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Welcome to The Infiltrator PODCASTS + page, an industry focal point for AML professionals that provides access to Robert Mazur’s podcast episodes, articles, and interviews. Our postings to this page address issues about Mr. Mazur’s role in the underworld as a money launderer, money laundering methodologies, corruption, financial crime, drug trafficking, and major events in the anti-money laundering world.

INTERVIEW: SYNDICATED RADIO HOST “ERSKINE” INTERVIEWS THE INFILTRATOR

“Erskine”, the host of the syndicated “Truth Express” radio show, interviews Robert Mazur about one of the most significant obstacles to success in the war on drugs. In this excerpt of the interview, Robert shares his view about how corruption is undermining the valiant efforts of front line law enforcement officers and, in some countries, destroying the rule of law.


INTERVIEW: PITTSBURGH NEWS CHANNEL (PCNC) HOST CHRIS MOORE INTERVIEWS THE INFILTRATOR

Host Chris Moore interviews Robert Mazur about why the U.S. is losing the war on drugs, despite the valiant efforts of front line law enforcement officers. Insanely, our nation does the same thing over and over again, while expecting a different outcome in this war. According to Robert Mazur, our leadership lacks the courage to admit reality – the plan needs change.


MAKING OF AN INFILTRATOR: WHAT DOES A MONEY LAUNDERER LOOK LIKE? EPISODE 3 – PART 4

Robert Mazur briefly reviews the key issues previously covered in Part 3 of this series that addressed what a money launderer looks like. He then discusses one of four primary factors one should assess to determine money laundering risk, the “BUSINESS TYPE” factor. He focuses on key red flags within “BUSINESS TYPES”, including the enhanced due diligence that should be applied to businesses that are simultaneously involved in cross border transactions, that carry out large volumes of value movements, that sell products difficult to externally measure, that offer value transfer systems, and that are unregulated. Using that criteria, he identifies one particular type of business that, although not commonly thought to be a vehicle for money laundering, is an asset to launderers that might corruptly operate such a business.


INTERVIEW: THE MIKE CALTA RADIO SHOW (WHPT 102.5FM – TAMPA) TALKING ABOUT LIFE UNDERCOVER

The host explores many angles about Robert Mazur’s undercover life – How information became his heroin, the most dangerous event in his undercover life, and why Mazur wouldn’t chose the life of a long-term undercover agent if given that option again. They also discuss the upcoming book signing for THE BETRAYAL at the Tampa Theatre, and how that event has been positioned as a fund raiser for a Down Syndrome Achievement Center in Tampa, GiGi’s Playhouse.


BRYAN CRANSTON’S WELCOME: THE HOLLYWOOD STAR OPENS THE SHOW

For those that weren’t able to attend the ‘Conversation With Robert Mazur’ at the Tampa Theatre on August 27, this video offers you an opportunity to see exactly how Bryan Cranston welcomed the nearly 400 members of the public who attended. He made it clear, there will be a Hollywood film version of THE BETRAYAL.


MAKING OF AN INFILTRATOR: WHAT DOES A MONEY LAUNDERER LOOK LIKE? EPISODE 3 – PART 3

Robert Mazur briefly reviews the key issues previously covered in Part 2 of this series that addressed what a money launderer looks like. He then discusses one of four primary factors one should assess to determine money laundering risk, the “TRANSACTION PATTER”. He focuses on key red flags within the transaction patterns related to over invoicing and under invoicing, a mainstay used in trade based money laundering and the cross-border movement of illicit funds.


MAKING OF AN INFILTRATOR: WHAT DOES A MONEY LAUNDERER LOOK LIKE? EPISODE 3 – PART 2

Robert Mazur briefly reviews the key issues previously covered in Part 1 of this series that addresses what a money launderer looks like. He then focuses on one of four primary factors one should assess to determine money laundering risk, geography, by identifying key geographic related issues one should consider when conducting enhanced due diligence.