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Mueller prosecutor says special counsel 'could have done more' to hold Trump accountable

The Daily 202's Big Idea

04:42 min | Last month

Mueller prosecutor says special counsel 'could have done more' to hold Trump accountable

"A former top prosecutor on special counsel Bob Miller's team writes in a new. Tell all book where law ends that the Group failed to fully investigate trump's financial ties and should have stated explicitly in their report that they believed he obstructed justice. Andrew Weissmann claims that Muller's efforts were limited by the ever present threat of trump disbanding their office and by their own reluctance to be aggressive against a sitting president. The team made sure it's work was logged into a computer system in a way so that it would be preserved if trump got rid of Mueller but Weissmann says the pressure caused them to pull punches. He likens it to a sword of Damocles hanging over all of their investigative decisions, leading them at certain times to act much less forcefully and more defensively than they would have if they were investigating anyone but the president. Weisman says it led them to delay and ultimately forego entire lines of inquiry though were quite promising particularly regarding this president financial ties to Russia. This bothered him deeply because in America no one is supposed to be above the law not even the president here is a key paragraph from Weisman's new book which comes out next week, and which we got an early copy of he writes quote. We still do not know if there are other financial ties between the president and either the Russian government or Russian oligarchs. We do not know whether he paid bribes to foreign officials to secure favourable treatment for his business interests a potential violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. That would provide leverage against the president. We do not know if he had other Russian business deals in the works at the time he was running for president how they might have aided or constrained his campaign or. Even if they are continuing to influence his presidency. Weisman was considered one of the top prosecutors at the justice, department had been a senior supervisor before Muller brought him onto his team. Now he teaches it Nyu law school in the book. Whitesman lays particular blame on Muller's number two errands assembly for stopping investigators from taking a broader look at trump's finances and he writes that he wonders whether investigators quote gave it their all Weisman lambasts attorney general bill bar for among other things giving the public a deeply misleading four-page summary of Moore's work before the full report was released publicly. bowlers report was far more damning than the anodyne description that bar put out. It was upon reading bars misleading four-page memo that Weisman decided yet moral obligation to write this book. Weisman is critical of Molar himself for not stating plainly that he concluded trump obstructed justice which Weisman says the evidence clearly shows Weissmann said in an interview on Monday with my colleagues Matt Sabotage and Spencer Sue that he told more, he would have stated that conclusion in the teams final report. More. Critically, Weisman complains how he felt more was wrong not to green light issuing a subpoena for trump's testimony, and he also details how he personally pressed the special counsel repeatedly to do so. The office also declined to compel testimony from the President's son Donald Trump Junior, or even to seek an interview with first daughter Ivanka trump who was involved in a lot of the potential misconduct described in the final report. Weisman's primary task was to lead the team called Team N, which investigated former trump campaign chairman Paul manafort for financial crimes in hopes that he'd flip to become a useful witness another team team are was tasked with exploring whether the trump campaign had coordinated with Russia to influence the election and another team six hundred was tasked with exploring whether trump had obstructed justice. Weisman is critical of that ladder team teams six hundred saying that an FBI agent assigned to it complained to him that it was quote pulling its punches and shooting down her views. And weisman alleges that its leader Mike driven another veteran former prosecutor. Confided in him privately that he would not have been. So mealy mouthed about saying the president had obstructed Justice Weisman's says driven. told him quote if you and I were in charge this is not how it would read. I should say here that Zebedee Moeller Andrew even did not respond to our requests for comment about what said about them in the book.

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Fresh update on "financial crimes" discussed on The Troubleshooter

The Troubleshooter

01:17 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "financial crimes" discussed on The Troubleshooter

"33713 talked 037138255, all right. We have a situation here. We have to handle. Anthony, There is still a moratorium on evictions. Right, Mark? Isn't there a moratorium? Absolutely until at least at least the 20th of November. Now listen, Anthony, you have to do things according to what I say. And then we're going to help you. But you You should not have had your other truck with the plates on it. You should not have had that. Toad the one with no identification on it. What? You had one vehicle with plates and one without the one without we can't help you. Unless you can show that he knew it was yours and towed it just to be just too. Ah, penalize you now you have damages and I would assume in small claims court because this guy is taking advantage of you plus no hot water. And I would call the health department right now and tell him that he turned off your hot water because he can't evict you. Okay? Um, I remember. I remember Brandon Sig Lee and years ago telling us if the landlord did do this because I brought it up in an argument one time. Well, if I can of victim why can't I just kill his gases? Water, electricity, and there is major major finds this guy could be looking at this guy might actually get a part of them, but I don't recall. Now our one of our tenant landlord attorneys is not on is not answering his phone right now, so we can't go to him. But Anthony Deputy Doc knows a lot about this situation. He's been following it. We're gonna let you talk to him. He's going to contact your landlord and tell your landlord that basically He's gotta play ball right now. He's in big trouble. So hold on and get this information for Deputy Doc. 303713 Tom 3037138255. I want to bring up Aaron. Israel's really quickly He's an attorney, and then we'll go back to him. But Aaron is with Israel's Newman dot com. It's a law firm, Israel's and Newman PLC, Now Israel's in Newman, I'll be giving that number out. So it's Israel with an S. And Newman and U M A. N They do a different kind of practice. It's the kind of you know, I've said this before, Aaron and I mean this sincerely OK, listen. This is the kind of law where a lot of people get ripped off and don't get help. They don't and in. It's a shame, but here's what I said One time if you had your life savings Within a guy that represented himself to be an investment counselor. And all of a sudden he stops returning your phone calls, and you don't get your statements and you have no idea where to go. There are people like that who never get help, and their money just goes away. I mean, it's just that and there's got to be someone to hold these people accountable. But I swear to you, Erin, if you call the FBI and said, Hey, I had $100,000 or 70,000 or 200 or three dead. Matt and I had invested with this guy and he just took it and I never heard from him again. You'd be surprised The FBI won't take a report Local police won't take a report. No one will actually do anything for you. And that's where your law firm comes in. What do you do for people and explain the type of law you practice? Sure, Tom. I think I'm the most basic level. What I do is I help people who have lost money, making bad investments or due to bad financial advice, recover their investment losses. Or just plain cheaters. Right? Don'tyou help like you helped with the maid off situation as well. Absolutely come. We do a lot of work with theft fraud, Ponzi scheme than other things like that, and what we do is we try to find other people are entities involved in these transactions that could be held liable for the investment losses as well. Tell me something, Erin. Why is that the law enforcement shy eyes away from this until an attorney wants an attorney gathers information. You can make a call and get them interested. But why is it when consumers call? They kind of ignore it? Time. I think one of the first things that you generally here is that it sounds like a civil manner because a lot of times when you go and make a report like that to a law enforcement agency and say that you made an investment I don't necessarily look at that as a crime. They look at it as a dispute between two people, and they tend to shy away from it because of that, Also, I think they just aren't a lot of guys out there. They get a lot of training in this stuff. You know, generally law enforcement departments and thing, but that only God. Ah guy or two who looks into financial crimes and right. It's just not always. I think they're understaffed for this type of work, even though you know there's a lot of it, Terry. Okay. What you want Deputy dog way? Um, does Sandra or the S E? C. Take any of these cases seriously? So if you reported to those one or two agencies does that help? I think that it can help, But I can tell you right now what you're gonna get from Sonora and the FCC in general, are they're going to focus on people who have had a financial license of some sort. And generally, the first step is to take proceeding to take the license away. Sometimes you see the city moving forward on an actual civil action where they're suing. And sometimes when the people take a step further and turn it into bring those proceedings in conjunction with a criminal investigation, too. Finger itself so really only focuses on taking away licenses. So if if, In fact we are Are in trouble and needs your help. How do we know? Give me some examples of clients that come to you. Okay, so set on a basic level Tom into the first people that call us people that maybe just got sold a bad financial product. Maybe they bought something. You know where they had to put down $50,000 to buy into a private investment and it was legitimate, But then they didn't quite realize. Hey, once I buy this product I can't get my money out or this product could easily fail. And then all of my money is gone. If they have a particular problem with an investment that also stopped saying that sometimes a reason to give us a call, you know, on the opposite end. Really going as far as you did Thomas cases where people have been getting state statements and things like that from people who are purportedly acting at their financial advisor in person. All those statements just stop money stops. You know these? These distributions dividends they were getting just aren't coming anymore, And nobody seems to be around to answer any questions anymore. Okay. Now you hang on if anyone hasn't any questions at all about investment, investment fraud, Financial advisors, financial advisor mistakes. Ah, problems Give us a call..

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Bank stocks knocked as Suspicious Activity Reports come to light

CNBC's Fast Money

01:26 min | Last month

Bank stocks knocked as Suspicious Activity Reports come to light

"Bank stocks getting crushed today a new report about the big firms dealing suspicious finds Wilford. Frost Scott the details wealth harmless. So Bank stocks were down sharply today following large declines for their European counterparts, Deutsche Bank for example, closed down nine percent on European trade. Standard Chartered down about five percent both hitting twenty five year lows in London trade earlier US banks ended up down about four percent. This is in part due to investigation by the International Consortium of investigative journalist that highlighted suspicious activity from various banks in the past specifically money laundering following a review of more than two thousand, one hundred reports filed by the US Treasury financial crimes. Enforcement Network a slew. Mentioned including I said HSBC Bank Standard Chartered JP Morgan and Bank of New York Mellon amongst others clearly, this activity is embarrassing for the banks however important to note in the past and that government and regulators were already aware of these details since suspicious activity reports by their very nature all reports between the banks and the government in the first place for example, for example, Deutsche Bank told me this is not new information to us or regulators Today off therefore much more down to the broad cyclical selloff linked to covid economic headlines, and also that Supreme Court news further making a stimulus bill less likely something that banks are disproportionately reliant on compared to some other

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Sanctioned Putin associate ‘laundered millions’ through Barclays

BBC Newshour

01:00 min | Last month

Sanctioned Putin associate ‘laundered millions’ through Barclays

"Banks helped money laundries and Russians subject to international sanctions. The Secret files show that the bank HSBC allowed fraudsters to move millions of dollars despite being warned it was a scam and ally of the Russian President Vladimir Putin. Sanctioned by the U. S and U used Barclays in London to buy fine art Fergus Shell is from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is unprecedented and remarkable leak that tells us as never before what the banks know about suspicious money movements. It connects with virtually every country on the planet, and it connects with some of the worst financial scandals ever in history and some of the worst criminal and terrorist Activity on the planet. HSBC has said it's overhauled its ability to combat financial crimes and barflies. Excuse me, Barclays highlighted it's cooperation with the authorities. Two Republican senators have said the

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Melania's ex-friend: Trump family tainted by 'deceit, deception'

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Melania's ex-friend: Trump family tainted by 'deceit, deception'

"Former close friend of the first lady Melania Trump is bashing the president and his entire family is being tainted by deceit and deception. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, telling ABC News. She's working with investigators to dig into potential financial crimes committed in connection with Donald Trump's inauguration in early 2017. And she says Melania herself once described Ivanka Trump and family members working in the White House. A bunch of snakes. I gave you the benefit of the doubt that she was my friend. She was different than the Donald what she was different than the other trump Children. Now. Oh, Trump is a Trump is a Trump

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Ex-adviser to first lady: Working for Trumps was a 'mistake'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Ex-adviser to first lady: Working for Trumps was a 'mistake'

"Callous clan tainted by deceit and deception. That is the description of the Trump family by a former adviser and close friend of first lady Melania Trump. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff spoke with Lindsay Davis of ABC News the day before her book comes out. In Melania and me the rise and fall of my friendship with the first lady walk off claims that she's still working with investigators to dig into potential financial crimes committed in connection with Donald Trump's inauguration. She claims is an event planner. She was made the cover girl for what she calls inauguration shenanigans. In the interview, she explains why she thinks Donald and Melania Trump are perfect for each other before. Donald In Milan, you got married. He made it very explicit that he did not want to have a wife that wants to be in the spotlight as much as he did like Ivana tomorrow, and Melania botched that and it's what does make their marriage work for them. There have been reports that walkoff secretly recorded conversations with Mrs Trump in which the first lady had some harsh things to say about the president. Adult Children but walkoff refused to confirm or deny. That

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Melania's ex-friend: Trump family tainted by 'deceit, deception'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Melania's ex-friend: Trump family tainted by 'deceit, deception'

"Clan tainted by deceit and deception, that is the description of the trump family by a former adviser and close friend to first lady Melania Trump. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff spoke with Lindsay Davis of ABC News the day before her book comes out in Melanie and me. The rise and fall of my friendship with the first lady walk off claims she's working with investigators to dig into potential financial crimes committed in connection with Donald Trump's inauguration. She says she was made the cover girl for what she calls inauguration shenanigans. In the interview, she she explains why she thinks Donald and Melania are perfect for each other before. Donald and Melania got married. He made it very explicit that he did not want to have a wife that wants to be in the spotlight as much as he did like Ivana tomorrow.

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Mozilla Suspends "Send" Due to Persistent Malware Abuse

Security Now

05:37 min | 3 months ago

Mozilla Suspends "Send" Due to Persistent Malware Abuse

"Someone were to go to send dot fire Fox Dot Com. At the moment they would be greeted by the little screen shot I have at the top of the security news of our show notes, which reads Fox and is temporarily unavailable while we work on product improvements, we appreciate your patience while we make the fire. Fox, Send Experience Better and Leo I think you did just go there did yes, and there it is so back because I really love. Fire Fox sent it so it's my go-to. Yes, it's my become my go-to file. Sharing Service the good news. It'll be back. The. Bad News is why it went away. Just to remind our listeners, we've talked about it before. IT allows files of up to one GIGABYTE if you're not signed in. Or two and a half gigabytes if you are to be locally encrypted in the browser. Optionally Password protected so that only the recipient is able to retrieve and decrypt the sent file. You get retention controls allowing the sender to set the time that is the duration and or a download count after which that content will expire from the Fire Fox send cloud and be removed. Unfortunately. As with anything that is simple, free and effective. Like think e mail. It's also subject to abuse by nefarious forces. The bad guys also love Fire Fox. Send because it lets them generate short-term links based on good-looking trusted domains for sharing arbitrary evil wear to unwitting victims, so thanks to fire Fox said the bad guys don't need to set up their own file sharing server. You know and like try to get a legitimate looking URL domain. They don't have to worry about making sure that you are. ells expire automatically. Mozilla does that for them and links it only work once create an extra challenge for security researchers. Even if the militias url is captured in a log by then it's probably been used so it's not possible to go back and obtain the original because it's been removed already. And, of course, since the IP is one of Mozilla servers. It's not one that anyone wants to just put a blanket block on. know I was GONNA say they wouldn't want to blacklist it but I'm working to be better. over the past few months fire, Fox, send it turns out has been used increasingly to store payloads for all sorts of cybercrime operations from ransomware through financial crime banking trojans. SPYWARE and used to target human rights. Defenders Fin seven revival also known as a so dino cabby. You are sniff. which is also the dream dot? Network and Z. loader are just some of the malware gangs and strains that have been seen hosting payloads using fire Fox, send as a consequence. The cyber security industry has has finally tipped its collective hat to Mozilla for suspending what has become a widely used and unfortunately now only abused service you know Mozilla did didn't just say Oh you know we recognize there's a problem we will be considering some changes in the future. They just shut it down. They said okay. We're GONNA. We're just GONNA. Stop making available until we can. You know upgraded? Cyber security researchers have suggested various changes to strengthen the service. One is to add a report abuse button so that flagging or killing militias links could be made much more quick and easy What Mozilla said in their statement about this, they said before relaunching. We will be adding an abuse reporting mechanism to augment the existing feedback form. And we will require all users wishing to share content using fire Fox send to sign in with a Fire Fox account. So. It's sad that once again we see the Internet's inherent anonymity, being abused and then having to be restricted. It was cool to be able to send up to one GIG with a twenty four hour expiration without needing an account with Mozilla. Even though I have one, but just zoom was forced to limit what they would allow to be done with full anonymity, so to now has Mozilla and as we know, even requiring an account is not a very high bar and my sense is, it's not going to be very effective, but at least it will help a bit, and it will help Mozilla to say hey, you know we've done all we can. We're doing you know we're doing all the we can do.

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U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape

BTV Simulcast

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape

"I believe in the US have arrested two men were charged in Japan for aiding the escape of the Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn they've been detained in Massachusetts and faced possible extradition going jump bail and fled Japan late last year to escape trial for alleged financial crimes the two men will appear before a federal court by video link on Wednesday go and denies any

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U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape

"Federal authorities were in Harvard mass this morning were former U. S. special forces soldier and his son were arrested for their alleged role in the escape of a former Nissan chief executive ABC's Erica Turkey with more on our top story the daring escape from Japan to Lebanon by ex Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn was aided by three men the Japanese have said including former US green beret Michael Taylor and his son Peter both of whom have now been arrested by the U. S. Marshall service in Boston Japan requested extradition on charges of enabling Goans December escape before he could stand trial for financial crimes court record said Michael Taylor carried a box in which Cohn supposedly hid the Taylors are due to make their initial appearance in court by video link Erin Qatar ski ABC news

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Supreme Court hears arguments over Trump's financial records

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Supreme Court hears arguments over Trump's financial records

"President trump's financial records will be at the center of arguments before the U. S. Supreme Court this morning we get a preview from ABC news correspondent Devin Dwyer president trump's challenge subpoenas for his financial records and lost in every federal court but this morning to make a last ditch appeal to the justices of the U. S. Supreme Court arguing he has absolute immunity from investigation into his private business as long as he's still in office the subpoenas were sent to the president's personal accounting firm in private banks last year from three congressional committees and by the Manhattan district attorney all of them Democrats the lawmakers say they need the records to help inform their writing a new government ethics laws The New York prosecutor says he wants them as part of a probe into possible financial crimes in that state the president's attorneys will argue this morning that the subpoenas are politically motivated illegitimate and overly broad they also say the request or distraction for the president some legal experts say this case could decide whether the president is essentially above the law while in office the court will debate this issue via teleconference and live stream today an extraordinary arrangement prompted by the pandemic that means the public can listen in real time and so can the president who will also be the first in history to be able to weigh in live on the Supreme Court on

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Coronavirus scammers are seeking to profit off the deadly virus

Ric Edelman

03:19 min | 7 months ago

Coronavirus scammers are seeking to profit off the deadly virus

"Let me shift now to Washington DC and fin St that's the financial crimes enforcement network FinCEN is warning consumers of scams as a result of cuvee at nineteen imposter scams people who attempt to solicit donations from you wore to steal your personal information or in certain malware into your computers how do they do it by in person meeting employees of the CDC or the world health organization or other health care organizations so be on the lookout for imposter scams also be wary of investment scams outfits were individuals were falsely claiming that they've got products or services that can prevent detect or cure coronavirus also the FTC and the FDA are warning about products Ganz unapproved or misbranded products that make false health claims from treatments of the virus to the effectiveness of face masks and finally insider trading since M. reports suspected cases of insider trading related to covert nineteen if you happen to have inside information of a company that is making a product or providing services regarding the virus it is illegal to trade on non public material information it is also illegal to share that information with others who later trade on that information if in doubt don't do it meanwhile the A. A. R. P. says almost half of Americans say they've been targeted by one of those imposter scams one of eleven have been hit with the grandparents scam where somebody calls on the phone claiming to be your grand child don't tell mom and dad I'm in trouble but can you quicksand money to everything from bailing them out of jail to fix some broken down car in a remote location almost ten percent of Americans have been hit with that scam also fifty percent of those using dating websites say they've seen a red flag of romance fraud twenty five percent say they were told by their love interest that they worked in another state or country or had a very busy schedule made it difficult to meet in person nowadays are able to say I can't see you in person because of cove it were all required to stay home meanwhile twenty percent say they've been asked by their love interest to send the money with promises all repair you specially with covert now I'm out of work I need money I have to buy food hi medicine pay my rent twenty percent say they've had warnings of this type and then there's the government employee scam as I just mentioned from sin from fence and four in ten say they've been hit with that scam and only three in ten say they're aware of the new census scam because it is a census season and people are running around the country claiming to be with the census and therefore want you please give me your social security number so you need to be very careful of all of these scams in the midst of our efforts to help them care for our

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Scammers Prey on Coronavirus Outbreak

Ric Edelman

03:19 min | 7 months ago

Scammers Prey on Coronavirus Outbreak

"Com let me shift now to Washington DC and fin St that's the financial crimes enforcement network Finn St is warning consumers of scams as a result of coveted nineteen imposter scams people who attempt to solicit donations from you wore to steal your personal information or in certain malware into your computers how do they do it by in person meeting employees of the CDC or the world health organization or other health care organizations so be on the lookout for imposter scams also be wary of investment scams outfits were individuals who were falsely claiming that they've got products or services that can prevent detect or cure coronavirus also the FTC and the FDA or warning about products scams unapproved or misbranded products that make false health claims from treatments of the virus to the effectiveness of face masks and finally insider trading since M. reports suspected cases of insider trading related to covert nineteen if you happen to have inside information of a company that is making a product or providing services regarding the virus it is illegal to trade on non public material information it is also illegal to share that information with others who later trade on that information if in doubt don't do it meanwhile the A. A. R. P. says almost half of Americans say they've been targeted by one of those imposter scams woman eleven have been hit with the grandparents scam where somebody calls on the phone claiming to be your grand child don't tell mom and dad I'm in trouble but can you quicksand money to everything from Bellingham out of jail to fixing a broken down car in a remote location almost ten percent of Americans have been hit with that scam also fifty percent of those using dating websites say they've seen a red flag of romance fraud twenty five percent say they were told by their love interest that they worked in another state or country or had a very busy schedule may be difficult to meet in person nowadays are able to say I can't see you in person because of cove and were all required to stay home meanwhile twenty percent say they've been asked by their love interest to send the money with promises all all repair you specially with covert now I'm out of work I need money I have to buy food buy medicine pay my rent twenty percent say they've had warnings of this type and then there's the government employee scammers I just mention from sin from Vincennes four in ten say they've been hit with that scam and only three in ten say they're aware of the new census scam because it is a census season and people are running around the country claiming to be with the census and therefore won't you please give me your social security number so you need to be very careful of all of these scams in the midst of our efforts to help them care for our loved

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Los Angeles: Trump Pardons LA Billionaire Michael Milken: ‘He Suffered Greatly’

What A Day

03:55 min | 8 months ago

Los Angeles: Trump Pardons LA Billionaire Michael Milken: ‘He Suffered Greatly’

"President trump went on a pardoning spree on Tuesday for a WHO's who of individuals convicted of white collar crime. A total of eleven people were given commutations or pardons and this follows. How should we say troubling history of prior pardons from this White House including Joe Arpaio Scooter Libby and an Extra Sousa? There was no indication that he followed the typical Justice Department vetting process for these sorts of things but rather that he heard recommendations from a cast of characters including his personal lawyer and czar of corrupt overseas action. Talk about Rudy Giuliani. Perhaps the biggest name of the pardon bunch was Rod Blagojevich the former Democratic governor of Illinois. So get in. W T F. Yeah indeed I mean so. Blagojevich is a good place to start with all of this because it gives us an example a window into the kinds of people that were pardoned on Tuesday. Blagojevich solicited bribes for political appointments including for one Barack Obama's open Senate seat after he was elected president The selling of a Senate seat is not something that typically happens in America. He was impeached and removed from office and Blagojevich had completed eight years of a fourteen year term and trump commuted the arrested on Tuesday. We have commuted the sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail. A long time and I watched his wife on television. I don't know him very well. I bet him a couple of times. He was on for a short while the apprentice years ago very nice. I don't know. Wow imagine thinking the apprentices like a good judge of character. It's not even a good show. Well okay. So presumably. The rest of the pardons were not all people featured at one time on the apprentice right so like who else got him. It would be incredible if they were Unfortunately they're not. There was Michael Milkin who is referred to as the quote Junk Bond King. He was accused of taking part in an insider trading scheme and pled guilty to several counts of securities violations. Now he had served twenty two months in prison and since he was released he has been funding medical research into cancer more recently. Ironically though when milken getting in trouble in the nineteen eighties one of the people pursuing charges against him was Giuliani. Who was then the top prosecutor for the Southern District of New York how the turntables according to The New York Times One of the people that suggested this part into trump was Nelson peltz. He is a billionaire investor. Who held a ten million dollar fundraiser? For Trump's twenty twenty campaign this past weekend again. This is normally not how this would work recommendations pouring in from random personal or business acquaintances acquaintances at events for your reelection campaign. So I'm sensing a bit of a pattern here in terms of decision making. Yeah so the other two high profile ones here were for former New York City police. Commissioner Bernard B Kerik and a former owner of the San Francisco Forty niners Edward J debartolo. Junior someone's GonNa assume that these fellows they did all the similar things. Yeah basically. Yeah I mean carrick was found to have accepted a two hundred fifty thousand dollar quote unquote loan from an Israeli billionaire while he served as Interior Minister of Iraq. The issue there was that he didn't disclose it Carrick. Later pled guilty to eight felony tax and false statement charges now for deer Tolo. He actually never served a prison term but paid a million dollar fine after pleading guilty to concealing extortion attempt in Nineteen. Ninety Eight. Believe it had to do with a Casino Boat. Type situation. I would like to read a little bit more about it as well Interestingly as well for him DEBARTOLO was among the host of a pre inauguration. Party for trump in two thousand seventeen so to recap just these four examples. It was a long list of people who committed pretty major financial crimes and weren't necessarily the first people on top of mind for

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White House pulls nomination of ex-U.S. attorney to Treasury post

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

White House pulls nomination of ex-U.S. attorney to Treasury post

"We've learned the president trump is withdrawing his nomination for former U. S. attorney for DC Jesse Lou to server the treasury department it comes a report tonight from Axios Lou step down from the US attorney's office after the president announced his intention to nominate her as treasury undersecretary for terrorism and financial crimes that was in December lose the district's top prosecutor for more than two years she oversaw highly publicized prosecutions including the cases against Roger stone Michael Flynn Paul man a fort and all other spin offs from the Mahler investigation of former administration official familiar with the situation says this was the president's call tonight Lou found out that the president would be pulling her nomination this

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Trump withdraws nomination of former US attorney for Treasury post

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 9 months ago

Trump withdraws nomination of former US attorney for Treasury post

"New tonight president trump is withdrawing his nomination for former US attorney for DC Jesse Lou to serve at the treasury department that's according to Axios tonight Lou step down from the US attorney's office after trump announced his intention to nominate her as treasury undersecretary for terrorism and financial crimes in December of twenty

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Chicago Police unveil sweeping department reorganization

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago Police unveil sweeping department reorganization

"Chicago police interim superintendent Charlie backs moving high ranking members of the command staff into some of the most high crime district in the city the Tribune reports twenty nine year veteran Ernest Kato will be in charge of area for that's all day in Austin and Heris of the city's west side twenty seven year veteran Eric Carter will run swat bomb squad intelligence units and joint task forces with the F. B. I. hill also run the counterterrorism efforts at both airports in the city and on the city's C. T. A. trades twenty two year veteran Brendan dina hands been promoted to to chief chief of of detectives detectives he'll he'll oversee oversee the the city's city's new new homicide homicide unit unit as as well well as as investigations investigations into into financial financial crimes crimes car car thefts thefts arson arson gang gang narcotic narcotic in in gun gun trafficking trafficking crimes

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"Pharma Bro" Shkreli charged with price-fixing

Joe Pags

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

"Pharma Bro" Shkreli charged with price-fixing

"New York Attorney General in the Federal Trade Commission suing a drug company and two with former CEO is claiming they're maintaining an illegal monopoly on a lifesaving drawn Attorney General Leticia James says Vieira pharmaceuticals and former C. E. O. Martin Shkreli enrich themselves by despicable jacking up the price of daraprim by more than four thousand percent and held the drug hostage from patients and competitors Vieira bought the rights to daraprim in twenty fifteen and immediately raise the price to seven hundred fifty dollars per pale Shkreli infamously known as farmer bro defended the hike saying the former price of thirteen fifty wasn't profitable the lawsuit seeks damages and lifetime bans for Shkreli and his business partner from the pharmaceutical industry Shkreli is serving a seven year prison sentence for financial crimes committed before he launched Vieira Steve Rappaport

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"financial crimes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In Russia former US or rather CBS news Moscow bureau chief Beth noble this all seems to be about Putin about ways for him to maintain his power after his current presidential term ends and about clearing the way for some successor to come along as president who will have much weaker powers that Putin show ever the attorney Michael Levin ID will be having breakfast behind bars as a federal judge in California revoked his bail forcing a delay in his New York extortion trial which was set to begin next week district judge James on the set up an ID likely committed new financial crimes and is a threat to engage in other crimes if he remains free prosecutors in California say I'm an ID could be transported to New York later this week you're listening to the CBS world news roundup in the car at the gym for every you go US news radio a good response to Ford's new electric vehicle this is Jeff comport with the core chronicles Ford says the high yen first editions rooms of their new Mustang Mach key or sold out no word exactly how many people are put down that five hundred dollar refundable deposit but for director of electrification Ted Canice says the timing is certainly right the cost of the technology's gotten better the power of the cells takes less space in the vehicle Ford also coming to market with his vehicle as some competitors started losing their federal tax credit we think about cars sold well positioned for some of these premium electors that have come out more recently we know we're in great shape the Ford Mustang marquee expected to be out by the end of the year what the court chronicles I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS news CBS news radio.

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Carlos Ghosn Attacks Japan and Nissan in Defense of His Escape

Steve Cochran

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Carlos Ghosn Attacks Japan and Nissan in Defense of His Escape

"Former Nissan C. E. O. Carlos Ghosn says he had to make a tough decision after being charged with financial crimes in Japan he decided that he could either die in Japan or get out he chose to fleece thinking out of the country despite constant surveillance and the country having confiscated his passports he returned to his native a Lebanon he delivered an hours long news conference this morning there today says the charges against him were falls and the launch to defense he said prosecutors were delaying action against him with his lawyers telling the court the case could drag on for five years an arrest warrant has been issued for him

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"financial crimes" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We've got forty nine degrees at three o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. President Trump says he absolutely agrees with Torney general Bill bar that the government spied on his campaign and twenty sixteen hard to believe it could have happened. But it did there was spying in my campaign and his answer was a very accurate run. Abbar yesterday told the Senate appropriations committee that unauthorized surveillance took place leaks, founder Julian Assange has been arrested in the UK in part because of charges revealed today in the US Assange faces a single count of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion, which carries up to five years in prison. He stands accused of helping former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning break into a classified government, computer network in case, the ACLU reporters without borders said set a dangerous precedent for journalists. And. Oh blowers. A former national security official told ABC news that since the indictment is about a computer crime, not the publication of classified material. The case raised no concern about freedom of the press. Aaron katersky. ABC news, New York LA prosecutors charging celebrity lawyer Michael avenue and thirty six count federal indictment avenue has been indicted by federal grand jury for fraud perjury failure to pay taxes, embezzlement and other financial crimes. Here's US. Attorney Nick Hannah money generated from one set of crimes was used to further other crimes typically in the form of payments designed to string along victims. So as to prevent Mr. financial house of cards from collapse marital laws, yo assigning an executive order ending the purchase of single use plastic by New York City agency to Blasios says this takes effect immediately. In government offices will no longer be ordering plastic cups plates knives forks or straws just in case you hear from people that there aren't new items that will work. Here's something from some of you may remember these I grew up with these paper straws they worked fine blames the fossil fuel industry for pushing plastic products despite knowing the pollution risks. We have all put in harm's way because an industry wanted more and more profit James flippin for seven ten w are the son of a sheriff's deputies under arrest in string of fires at black churches in Louisiana twenty one year old Holden Matthews is the son of Saint Landry parish deputy ROY Matthews. It's unclear if a man and his girlfriend have been indicted on murder charges in the death of his estranged wife, Staten Island teacher, prosecutors told the judge a grand jury indicted, Michael Cammarata and his girlfriend, but they're got rather annoyed. When the prosecutors refused to say, the top charge, and we're not forced to do. So by the judge authorities originally slapped Cammarata and his girlfriend would several felony counts, including murder, this is after the body of cameras. Estranged wife Janine was found last week. She taught a PS twenty nine on Staten Island case now in the hands of the state supreme core. Court were defense attorneys will work to get cameras and his girlfriend out on bail outside of court and Staten Island. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O R and the news brought to you by riverspring health. Eight hundred.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Treasury financial crimes enforcement network is now accused of illegally giving a reporter Bank reports documenting several suspicious financial transactions involving Paul Manafort and Richard gates. This is the deep state leaking information. She was caught red-handed with the with a hard drive flash drive in her hand giving out illegally committing felonies information to a reporter in God bless the government for catching this thief. Let's continue with more way of Tom in Santa Monica, California, then JD in Las Vegas, Nevada. And Tom, welcome to the Mark Levin show hosted by the great American Bill Cunningham, and Tom please go ahead. Hey, bill. You're an awesome host here. Thank you. We I mean Americans are winning on every every single with President Trump. So so why are we getting this negative messaging about Republicans losing the house? I mean are the polls wrong because. Gauguin you through this emotional rollercoaster. And that's Wetering. What do you know what your thoughts are on? How accurate were the polls? The greatest polling in the world was done in two thousand sixteen dozens of polls all the experts all the pundits. It was a done deal. And I'll tell you a little story I had on election day itself on my local radio show in Cincinnati. Donald Trump junior like a two oh six scheduled to come on. He called in about two two. And over the over the months and months, I hit him on several times and junior says to me, you know, my nickname is Willie is Willie. We could have won this thing. And I said, what do you mean he said, well, we never had Casey can Ohio. We never had Rubio and Bush in Florida never had Walker, Wisconsin. We couldn't get buying in Michigan. But we could have won this thing. And so the Trump campaign believed on election day, they were going to lose because they paid more attention to the polls to the. Crowds. And when you talk to the president he'll tell you that he went to Michigan like at one AM in the morning on election day morning, and it was packed with thirty thousand people everywhere. Trump went and I I'm in a state, Ohio. Unlike your state, there's a presidential campaign in Ohio every year. That's really unbelievable. So I saw all the ads. I saw the commercials. Hillary came through Trump came through. And there was no comparison to the excitement that Trump calls has opposed to Hillary. So all the polling Ohio had Hillary winning five ten percentage points. How'd that turn out? Well, I know this time, you know, we have a huge turnaround in the house that gets forty seats. But yeah, Twenty-three this Twenty-three seats, the Republicans have a Twenty-three seat advantage. Right. I mean, we're an amazing winning streak America. And I think, you know, the the Republicans shedding listen to this negative messaging and just get out just say, yeah, we're going to win both the house and the Senate, no problem. If you're a democrat, what are you running on the cycle? What what is the positive issue? The Democratic Party has to course, voters to come to their what what does the Democratic Party stand for in a positive way? Cricket. Hello. I don't know. Why? Gimme gimme something. Yeah. Gimme something. They're part of the resistance. They stand for nothing positive. It's all negative. And are you better off today than you work two years ago? Oh, you betcha. Stock market jobs American military, when I'm with the secret service around Trump, those guys love the president and not gonna talk to me one nothing. Good nothing bad, but you can tell through body language. Cops love them soldiers. Love him. Firefighters love him middle class, blue collar types. Love him. Trump is a lovable character in person and Hillary Clinton was simply unlikable, and I don't know who's the head of the Democratic Party. You know, Tom who's who's in charge of the democrat party Nancy Pelosi Bernie Sanders who? Allison who I don't know. Nobody knows nobody. Including the Democrats, Tom. Thank.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Financial crimes enforcement network is now accused of illegally giving a reporter Bank reports documenting several suspicious financial transactions involving Paul Manafort and Richard gates. This is the deep state leaking information. She was caught red-handed with the with the hard drive flash drive in her hand giving out illegally committing felonies information to a reporter and God bless the government for catching this thief. Let's continue with more way of Tom in Santa Monica, California, then JD in Las Vegas, Nevada. And Tom, welcome to the Mark Levin show hosted by the great American Bill Cunningham, and Tom please go ahead. Hey, bill. You're an awesome host here. Thank you know, we we. I mean Americans are winning on every every single with President Trump. So why are we getting this negative about Republicans losing the house? I mean are the polls wrong because. Gauguin you through this emotional rollercoaster. And I'm just wondering what your thoughts are on this. How accurate where the polls the greatest polling in the world was done in two thousand sixteen dozens of polls all the experts all the pundits. It was a done deal. And I'll tell you a little story I had on election day itself on my local radio show in Cincinnati. Donald Trump junior like a two oh six scheduled to come on. He called in about two two. And over the over the months months, I had him on several times and junior says to me, you know, my nickname willy willy. We could have won this thing. And I said, what do you mean he said, well, we never had Casey can Ohio never had Rubio and Bush in Florida never had Walker Wisconsin. We couldn't get buying in Michigan. But you know, we could have won this thing. And so the Trump campaign believed on election day, they were gonna lose because they paid more attention to the polls now did to the. Crowds. And when you talk to the president he'll tell you that he went to Michigan like one AM in the morning on election day morning, and it was packed with thirty thousand people everywhere. Trump went and I I'm in a state, Ohio. Unlike your state, there's a presidential campaign in Ohio every year. That's really unbelievable. So I saw all the ads. I saw the commercials. Hillary came through Trump came through. And there were there was no comparison to the excitement that Trump calls has opposed to Hillary. So all the polling in Ohio had Hillary winning five to ten percentage points. How'd that turn out? Well, you know, we have a huge turnaround in the house that gets forty seats. But Twenty-three this Twenty-three seats. The Republicans have a twenty three seat advantage. I mean, we're an amazing winning streak America. And I think. You know, the Republicans shedding listen to this negative messaging at just get out say, yeah, we're going to win both the house and the Senate, no problem. If you're a democrat, what are you running on this cycle? What what is the positive issue? The Democratic Party has to course, voters to come to their what what does the Democratic Party stand for in a positive way? Cricket. Hello. Gimme gimme something. Gimme something. They're part of the resistance. They stand for nothing positive. It's all negative. And are you better off today than you work two years ago? Oh, you betcha. Stock market jobs American military when I'm with the secret service around Trump those guys love the president. And you're not getting they're not gonna talk to me one nothing. Good nothing bad, but you can tell through body language. Cops love them soldiers. Love him. Firefighters love him middle class, blue collar types. Love him. Trump is a lovable character in person and Hillary Clinton was simply unlikable, and I don't know who's the head of the Democratic Party to Tom who's who's in charge of the democrat party Nancy Pelosi Bernie Sanders who. Ellison who I don't know. Nobody knows nobody..

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"financial crimes" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on KGO 810

"Two two five two two two. We're joined by Andrew Giuliani who is public betas onto President Trump? We've been reflecting a little bit about nine eleven. And during the break, Andrew. You've been nothing, but kind to me, and I really enjoy coming out there and participating that opioid crisis. And you're so kind of around, but my partner reminded me during the break that she wants to be something. You're my hero years and years ago during your father's first inauguration, I think it was where he was giving a speech, but you completely stole the show. You. Address my hero. I love him. Will you please? We'll be talking about this someone gave you like a monster energy drink before hand or what happened that day? But from your perspective. What was I what was I thinking that day? Well, that's a good question. I obviously wasn't five the tape right there. But no, I was just you know, there was people that I knew in the crowd. I was waving to there was a there was a girl I had a crush on what better time than to show your affection. You were blowing kisses to. Exactly, right. Exactly. Right. What am I regret is that I never got a chance to meet Chris Farley who did that on Saturday? That's right. Uh-huh. That I that. I had a chance to tell former press Secretary Mr Spicer when Melissa McCarthy played in. I I went up to maybe it was actually the second time. It wasn't exactly after after the second time. And I said, well, you know, I it's it's a pretty good imitation. But no, nothing's going to be Chris Farley absolu-. That. And and Laura went to know, how are you? Seven years old. Eight years old. That's yeah. Louis guest. Right. I just wanna know like afterwards to do was did you have a talking to or does or were. They like good on you stole the show. So I'll tell you what everybody thought it was great and looking back at it the reasonable as you had this law and order US attorney who had put away the mob and gone after financial crimes, and they really in the campaign. They tried to humanize them at port porch really show his showy. And show his campaign. I just thought it was perfect. Because now here you had this kid who was running around and his father was Pat him on the on the head right there. So everybody loved it, except for my grandmother. Swedish. She thought that I took. My father's big moment. A away from him. I think he's had a few cents that I I'm actually glad you said that because it seemed to me that he was aware you were there, and he was like that fide got patted you on the head. Enjoy the moment to why not. Anyway, it was one of my favorite moments of all time during any political speech ever. Thank you for that. So well, I'm glad I enter change even to this day. I want to close just a little bit more with what back to the post nine eleven. When when your dad was having to lead us all out of this were you aware the impact he was having on most of us. Yeah. I I was I think I started realizing a couple of days afterwards when when people would come up with when I thought it wasn't even present. And just kinda hog me and quiet, and in many ways, they were sharing their air emotions, Whitney, and these are people who didn't have anybody who say loss on on September eleventh, just you know, just be Americans and having that attack and the grieving process that they were going to. I think I probably realized that two or three days after just the impact that he was having an interesting today. I was talking to him earlier early in the morning before he had done a few hits. So one on FOX and friends, I think he did one on CNN and one of the things that he was saying to me was you know, by firefighters were here. My police officers there, and it's so sad. Let's thought about this a lot over the years. And he's mentioned it this way. And I almost feel like he's he's a general wish his soldiers trying to position that. But the way he talks about it. Now, he's almost like a father, you know, that lost his. Some of his children. So he. It's you know, I know the he goes through a complex away of emotions that Dr drew. You're probably, you know, more better to diagnose diagnostic thing. It's it's a human thing. And he's in a very unique position had a very unique experience that we all shared in. And and it's just nice to hear that he is reflecting and struggling and having a flood of emotions that who would you know, you it makes perfect sense. So this is my friend. I I've he gave me Andrew gave me a pair pair of a White House cufflinks which are now. Oh. Downer family visit possessions that we appreciate that, and my friend. It's always good to talk to you. And hopefully, we'll we'll talk again soon. Great token both of us. Thank you for spending. Some time today to remember the heroes the kid seventeen years ago. Andrew eight hundred two two two five two two two phone number thorns. Find a doctor on midday live. Dr drew midday live on JGL eighteen. Travel time once again on K G L, here's how they're from the Chilton auto body traffic.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Protect, against financial crime but the federal, agency That supervises branch banking says proof of citizenship is not required to open a Bank account in the US Melinda says Bank of America isn't doing anything that isn't demanded of. Them by federal law We're not asking for proof, of citizenship or anything like that that goes back to, complying with economic sanctions in July the Washington Post reported that. Multiple customers had been locked out of their accounts after Bank of America question whether the account holders were US citizens or dual citizens Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio a Bill to. Fast track construction of the. Proposed clippers, arena in Inglewood has gone to the governor's desk the legislation which streamlines the environmental review process has been passed by both the Senate and assembly clippers owner Steve Balmer welcomes the news he says we are. Now one step closer to bring you the world's. Best basketball arena to a community that deserves the. Best a big, conference on global warming and how to react to it at the convention center. It gives mayor Garcetti who delivered the keynote. Speech some one on one time with former Vice President. Al gore mayor Eric Garcetti was quick to get political wall speaking to the climate reality. Conference we, have to imagine our post Trump era now we have to have a post Carbon era now it was mostly a pep talk he encouraged the sustainability leaders. From across the country to. Continue their, plans for a greener America despite current political opposition and will remember that the truth inconvenient or otherwise ultimately wins out over the drivers of denial and delay the mayor was introduced by former Vice President Al. Gore after his talk backstage he did say that. The two may have talked a little about his. Political future gave, me some great advice said some really kind words to me we will chat. In the future at the Los Angeles convention. Center Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Three twenty Jenin Dragonheart checks your. Money some people on the road this holiday weekend are dropping a hundred bucks not on gas but on. Air fresheners whenever I think about August in the car I think family. Road trips you need something to kind of put into. That air event we looked at this air freshener from Bloomberg's Jim gatty if you've ever smelled fifty candle. Smell very similar to those they have ten. Different flavors I guess is the right. Word they come.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And she's going on the trail with him for the midterm election how you had to go around and stop for these different. Candidates, yes. Sir No wonder he lost? Your, number Yeah it's been real busy What. Else we got oh yeah the three cybersecurity employees this at the FBI three top cyber security. Officials, are leaving the, FBI now you know me. I don't believe in coincidence I think things happen for a reason and I can't imagine what, the reason would be here but it seems rather odd when the president, keeps saying, we, the server the server hey aren't? I league. For the door I'll see you have a. Got one and, they're gone the departures comedy particularly sensitive time for cybersecurity concerns in the US, says the, Wall Street journalists special counsel Robert Muller investigates Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election and top intelligence officials warn of continued criminal criminal. In, Kremlin satellite George W You have gone to the criminal in the Kremlin, attacks to attack the American election system journal reported the David rash cybersecurity, head and, the, agency's division that handles investigating financial? Crimes and. Organized crime Scott Smith assistant FBI director and. Head of the, bureau cyber division and Smith's deputy Howard Marshall have either already departed overly within, the mother, may say to two senior agents responsible for national security investigations including election security Carl got us and Jeffrey Coley left earlier this year already Could it have. Anything to do with the servers could it have anything to do with. Lisa pages testimony I don't know if we got the rats jumping from the ship so I'm just curious as to why we. Have top secured the three top security officials cybersecurity officials at the FBI LeBron I just find that I don't know I find it on Trump's. Lawyer Michael Cohen secretly taint Trump discussing the payment to a playboy model according to reports out the New York Times and others, the FBI sees the recording this year during a raid on Cohen's. Office the Justice Department's investigating Cohen's involvement in paying women to tamp down embarrassing news. Stories about Trump before the two thousand sixteen election prosecutors want to know whether that violated, federal campaign finance laws and, any conversation with. Trump about those payments would be of keen interest to them Now I, can't imagine somebody explained, to me how on earth would paying a playboy. Model to be quiet about an, affair you had with how would that violate campaign finance laws unless you're paying your out of, the, campaign war chest and, obviously he wasn't. Doing that he was paying what's your face stormy? Daniels out of his own way actually Cohen was paying? Him and then Trump was paying him back it was another violate, something no good grief folks what if what if somebody comes to me and says well that's the thing I mean you come hey Phil I got some dirt. On you from ten years ago, and if, I if you don't pay me some money then I'm going to I'm going to go I'm going to the. Newspapers with it well that's called extortion isn't it so the playboy model. Ought to be in jail so should stormy Daniels I don't want to stay in that at all she obviously comes in and. Says I got this information if you know what I mean and their hand out and they go okay how much you want what it storm Get it was some piddly amount of money really compared to what it, was, one hundred twenty thousand, is on then Whatever it was I don't know how much the, playboy model got but I can. Tell you this she deserved more Michael anyway Yeah that's one of you look at all the the women that Trump may have been. With the you're not embarrassed by that when I mean. I'm not. I'm, not no I'm not condoning. The activity I'm. Just going I mean the stormy Daniels, thing anyway Coens lawyers discovered the recording, as part of their review of the seas materials and shared it with. Trump's lawyers, according to three people. Briefed on the matter so we have nothing to say on the medical. Wins lawyer. Lanny Davis said when asked whether team now my question is, this this is, you got to you got a client talking to his lawyer his lawyer apparently surreptitiously is recording the conversation doesn't that violate, some lawyer client privilege, of, some kind. Doesn't, it doesn't it also means the prosecutors..

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"financial crimes" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Koloa strata ties agreed to pay a record fine to settle more than fifty three thousand and breaches of money laundering and terrorism financing let's get to sydney and are managing there for frustration and new zealand that's at johnson a good to see you this morning so this is this is sort of one of those big days for gives the detail yeah it is a big day it's the largest civil penalty ever paid in australian corporate history if the settlements is signed off by the federal court let's style back and look at the nature these allegations essentially it's all down to a lack of oversight of commonwealth banks intelligent deposit machines these machines that allow unlimited amount of money to be paid into bank accounts anonymously the financial crimes agency successfully argued that money was paid into account and then funneled offshore much of it by criminal syndicates and drug rings now fifty three thousand breaches of anti money laundering laws which has been incredibly embarrassing for almost by the nation's largely oh my komen in announcing the settlement today of seven hundred million australian dollars again apologized and said the bank had let the community down i'm not just commonwealth bank off of strategy that is on the scrutiny is it that's right what's interesting about this case is that it bought a real impetus to a much wider farreaching inquiry into the financial system in a straight so socalled royal commission has been ongoing for several months looking at widespread malpractice in the financial industry across the big four banks across the financial services industry in general and also the superannuation scheme that looks after the.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Information on the press about this show as we've recently said let me first comment that i personally have not been involved in any of the procedures or anything associated with this but i will also comment we have a we do have procedures where at the request of law enforcement agencies we do have the ability to suppress important information and for different law enforcement reasons as you can appreciate this is often done now let me also just be clear i am not making any comments whether this was or was not done as it relates to these specific sars but i do want to comment that fincen does have a longstanding policy of accommodating into the enforcement agencies on that and i would also comment that are inspector general is reviewing the issue of leaks at least there is the appearance that some information may have gone out i've seen articles that actually reference employees who claim they released information because they thought things that were surprised there is no excuse whatsoever for anybody who has access to these important systems to release information on an unauthorized basis and i can assure you are inspector general is reviewing these issues very carefully if i might mr secretary i appreciate that you're i g has been directed to investigate leaks is the also investigating whether or not there has been any inappropriate interference with the sars that are alleged to be inaccessible again they they are reviewing everything associated with the information of the sars both the technology issues the issues around logging so i again i can assure you that they are doing a thorough review because this system of sars is absolutely critical to our entire fence and effort and we need to make sure that it is in no way at risk i'm glad you're committed to the integrity of the financial crimes enforcement network and to hear that the.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And for other financial crimes despite being hit by a series of highprofile scandals and finds in recent years wells fargo continues to rebuild of dollars a year and prophets reporting five point nine billion dollars in earnings in the first three months of this year alone in israel the organizers for the genesis prize known as israel's nobel prize have been forced to cancel the upcoming awards ceremony after the winner of this year's prize american israeli actress natalie portman said she's refusing to travel to israel to participate in the ceremony because of her distress over recent events portman has won an academy award a golden globe award a screen actors guild award has starred in the new star wars trilogy as well as the movies black swan closer and v for vendetta the genesis prize comes with a two million dollar award portland's decision not to participate in the ceremony comes as the israeli military is in the midst of a brutal deadly crackdown against palestinian protesters in gaza israeli snipers have killed dozens of unarmed palestinian protesters in the last weeks and in arizona immigrant rights and reproductive justice activists alejandro pablo's has been freed from the four prophet illinois detention center where she was detained for more than forty days after she reported to a routine ice check in on march seventh advocates say she was detained in retaliation for her activism particularly for protesting outside the homeland security department office in virginia earlier this year this is all one hundred pablo speaking in a facebook video after being released on thursday i come out with so much like intel more stories inside more ideas more dreams of like how we're gonna get women back we can destroy these guys still that just has begun i don't wanna be i don't wanna be followed around anymore i don't wanna look over my back i want to be able to drive my car without thinking of that any police can change in my life that day so stay with me we gotta as governor ducey to do the right thing and departed me stay here without fear i'm tired of feeling scared i'm tired of being persecuted for just defending my my life and defending everybody else and one pablo's reproductive rights activists from just freed from ice detention and those are some of the.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Welcome to pure nonfiction the podcast interviewing documentary filmmakers i'm tom powers the documentary programmer for the toronto international film festival artistic director of doc and y c on this episode i discussed wall street corruption with jed rothstein the director of the china hustle he shines a light on a pattern of fraud in publicly traded chinese companies that ripple into the us financial system the film is paced like a thriller over three hundred businesses operating in china listed here in the united states public traded stock of his but i believed there misrepresenting doing less business than they claimed to china to monitor one of these companies road support shape garbage roddy busload of investors shows up all of a sudden things get turned on they need all the lights go back off hundred fifty million dollar company it's a total fraud if this one company is so brazenly fraudulent we have to worry about all of here in the united states this is the largest financial crime of last twentyfive years we've never seen a credit bill it hasn't been followed by a major financial crisis hold on your wallet the china hustle raises larger questions about our global economy the lack of oversight and the risks of new economic crash jed has a twenty year career of producing television documentaries he was oscar nominated for a short this is his first the ethical feature he had the backing of executive producers alex gibney and frank marshall they've both been on pure nonfiction before cr show notes for links to their episodes a key figure in the china hustle is dan david who ran a small investment firm in pennsylvania after the two thousand eight market crash dan's company was looking for new areas to invest they saw tremendous growth in chinese companies on the us stock exchange in the film dan describes getting a warning sign that the growth might be fictitious and this is the first time that.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Or the people with the chips with the security flaw that is now while two this is a really weird story and again this might go back to foster suggest a child abuse imagery yeah has been found within the blockchain which means everybody who has a wallet a bitcoin wallet on their computer has this imagery in the blockchain a wallet or the entire chain well in order to have a bitcoin wallet not one stored on coin base or somewhere out there but we're on your computer you have to download the entire block or the entire the entire blockchain that's how it works so you're a criminal did i apparently sixteen hundred files were stored in bitcoin blockchain one of the of the files at least eight we're sexual including one thought to be an image of child abuse in to the contain links to child abuse content at forty two of which linked to dark web services now i don't know even how you get into that imagery i mean it's i you know it's hidden in plain sight i guess but yeah that's messed up so don't i don't know what you should do it creates a moral and legal quandary yeah i have you think it would you think it was subversion no i think that somebody you know people say oh the people who invest in blockchain come on man you can stick it in here well yeah that's why like ibm created their hyper ledger efforts it's not ibm another ibm work with other companies to create like hyper ledger because companies were afraid of putting some of their data in the blockchain because there are like old people can access this this is also why whenever i talked to anybody in like sec financial crimes or the da they were ecstatic about the blonde jane because they're like oh we can peeler creating digital records of all of their illicit transactions this is wonderful i couldn't design a better system so there's a there's a lot of misconceptions around what this is and what what you're sharing so i have the blockchain on a couple of my computers because i have a bitcoin wallet i've been to remember this is the one i can't get into i guess i'll delete it i can't get into it anyway.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Day by muller their charged with money laundering and other financial crimes the judge scheduled a bond hearing for monday to revisit the matter democrats of the house oversight committee are suing the trump administration for withholding documents about president trump's luxury hotel in washington michigan democrat brendel lord says taxpayers cannot be sure or if the president benefits from the hotels operation we don't know how much money when i say money is our tax payers how much of their money may be going to the trump organization a suit names the acting head of the general services administration a spokeswoman says that agency does not comment on pending litigation wbz news time six twenty two a woman gives birth to twins at a chicago train station she visited the hospital the day before when the contractions returned the next day and she tried to go back she didn't quite make it other bonded labour that guy really it a phnom not do intel thanksgiving went into labour on the red line platform in chicago south street station i get down there oh boy that baby came out they gotta lately early gorriaran medics and ct a employees then helped deliver baby number two mom jamais land ginny lap all doing well at mercy hospital deborah rodriguez cbs news mornings five two big changes are in place for travellers at logan josh binswanger's all incoming flights to the us are now subject to new.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Saved us written this new book about eric liners life and have hap how he died at the hands of police he lost a color covered whitecollar crime that has happened on wall street financial crimes are you struck by the differences in how the whitecollar financial crimes and selling smuggled cigarettes in the street are dealt with absolutely yeah no i think that's that's uh a preoccupation of mind that's how i came to the story in the first place is because uh years and years ago i i think it was two thousand ten two thousand eleven uh the the few of us who in the in the media who are covering the uh follow the financial crisis from a criminal perspective who are who were waiting for indictments to be handed down for things like subprime mortgage fraud or money laundering or bribery or any of the many things that went on before two thousand edel that led to the crash on moon we started to notice that nobody was getting indicted newton their became a preoccupation lease on my behalf of trying to understand why that was why why weren't we bringing cases against these russian powerful people and the flip side of that question as well if we're not if we're not bringing case against these people who are we sending to jail while why if we have two and a half million people and in the prison system in america and none of them are the people who are responsible for this mess.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on AP News

"New citizens as a compromise to get other tough new restrictions on citizenship immigration and border protection minister peter dutton said his conservative government was prepared to reduce its proposed englishlanguage skull threshold from competence too modest modest is described as a level of basic communication with many mistakes language skills are not currently tested in the australian citizenship process although some english is required the new rules would also increased the minimum period of australian residency perspective cities since from twelve months to four years and require evidence of integration such as a job opposition leader bill and suggested the government should abandon the changes he told reporters if it's bad for the interests of ordinary people we won't vote for it poland plans to significantly increase spending on health care the government's decision comes as a hunger protest by young doctors demanding more funds for the sector entered a third week the protesting junior doctors are demanding higher pay saying it is necessary to better careful patients the nation's health care system is chronically underfunded and waiting times medical procedures often lung the minister in charge of economy issues said thursday that the government will debate next week a plan to gradually increase spending on the sector for now the plan calls for an increase to six percent of annual gdp and twenty twenty five from the current four point seven percent that is equivalent to an increase of about seven billion dollars some street protests were held in support bridge tissue banks might have been caught up in the money laundering scheme without knowing it uk authorities are investigating allegations that banks inadvertently acted as conduits for money laundering linked to corruption in south africa former cabinet minister peter hain raised concerns in a letter to the financial conduct authority the national crime an agency and the serious fraud office hang said that banks including hsbc and standard chartered may have been linked to laundered money the allegations sent on south africa's president jacob zuma and a wealthy business family the gupta's hsbc declined to comment standard chartered declined to comment on client towns jones but confirmed that after an internal investigation accounts were closed by us my early 2014 standard chartered says it takes combating financial crime very seriously that the new.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"This unit known as he i is one of the federal government's most tightknit specialized secretive investigative entities it has twenty five hundred agents focusing exclusively on financial crime including tax evasion and money laundering the irs does have access to trump's tax returns potential financial crimes are a central part of muller's probes that is part of the thing trump has said in the past that that would be the red line for him as if muller started looking into financial dealings of his family and muller said screw that i'm looking wherever i please there is a problem to which that trump has not actually staffed up the irs red trump has not actually staffed up the irs this according to daily beast the team up between the irs and muller probe could come a political complications muller has already taken some criticism for the number of democratic donors on his team those critiques intensified yesterday afternoon announcement about schneidermann also it is pretty clear that trump has not filled out a lot of the senior positions at these particular at these particular agencies by trump has not yet named his pick to run the tax division which is a post that require senate confirmation and also a post which could help out milan's investigations right now and obama appointee is filling the slot they can work with muller to give him the information similar can get all the dirt that he wants right now trump has put himself in that situation because remember it was trump's activity regarding james me it was his dragging in of deputy attorney general rod rosenstein that led to the appointment of the special council in the first place now if he fires the special counsel in.

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"financial crimes" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"financial crimes" Discussed on WDRC

"That and then you get to the other point well what they tried to do was by any lawbreaking and then if they can buy lawbreaking and they may be able to turn you to find out more information about the russian collusion charge which are also read yesterday and i'm thinking except where's the allegation of illegal wrongdoing with the russian collusion the hacked the election while that's the thing his turn them on what what what would they turn on because you're saying that there would be a witness to something that happened that you know specifically happened which is believed to be a crime and what would that be and the fact is if that existed it would have already leaked there's no doubt i would have been the lead story all law and so what i read that yesterday well they may be trying to turn him to go after trump on russian collusion in hacking the election nothing sleep but what what's what's the what's the illegal activity so are are are you saying that that they had nothing but they're trying to find crimes in order to get people to say will this crime was committed so they're they're using the uh other other members of the may think of committed crimes completely algae side of any type of russian collusion crimes at might've been committed before they were even on the trump campaign the hm that might have been individual financial crimes or tax crimes or something like that and then use that in say if you tell us what law was broken because we don't know what law was broken yeah i'm sir well it's but that's it is the baseless narrative that's been going on for a long time because we're not getting that from the fbi by the way we're not giving the fbi issuing a statement yeah we're trying to turn of on something that we believe that it's the media yeah with its reporting as well see if it could be the third trying to get him to turn on what worse the crime i it used to be that the democrats were so good at back in the day a making things up he though they didn't have to go too far now it seems they really do have to write the.

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