Briber ofTrump GOP,Pelosi also Chinese Drug Money launderer
I searched paddock money laundering on google saerch and only one writer,Anne Coulter who I generaly detest,also like me had a suspicion money laundering was behind Paddock's shooting
incedent and that he couldn't win if he tried continuously as gambling is rigged innthe casinos' favor.
It seems that Paddock may have been colluding with casinos to launderer money just as the Chinese
meth pharmaceutical trafficker Zhenli Ye Gon had done previously at Israeli agent Adelson's Sands before that....Adelson and his Israeli bitch wife should be in prison not just having his hands slapped for 'accidentally' laundering money for amajor Chinese meth trafficker and chemical provider using both Mexico and U.S. TO DO SO.
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Aug 7, 2012 - Alleged Chinese-Mexican Meth Lord Is Causing A Headache For ... the casino giant owned by billionaire Sheldon Adelson, is in a spot ... While it isn't clear whether Zhenli was transferring money to Las Vegas for laundering ...
Aug 25, 2016 - A Chinese-Mexican businessman accused of drug trafficking could be handed ... that cartels allegedly used to produce the illegal drug methamphetamine. ... mansion led to a money laundering investigation of the Las Vegas
He was handed over in extradition by the authorities of the United States government to Mexico, the Mexican businessman of Chinese origin, fugitive from justice, Zhenli Ye Gon , announced Salvador Sandoval, Deputy Attorney General for Legal and International Affairs of the PGR.
The employer was placed at the disposal of the judge who requested it at the Federal Social Readaptation Center 1 "El Altiplano" .
The Supreme Court of Justice of the EU denied last Monday the request of Zhenli Ye Gon to postpone his extradition to Mexico to face accusations of drug trafficking, in one of the final chapters of the legal process initiated against him in 2007.
Greg Smith, Ye Gon's lawyer, said that if his client is extradited to Mexico, his legal team will seek to be tried for the same accusations for which he was already exonerated in his legal process in the United States.
Although there is no extradition date, it is possible that the US government may seek to extradite Ye Go to Mexico, despite the pending request for political asylum.
Just last September, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Roberts, had rejected an emergency postponement.
Judge John Facciola approved in February 2011 the extradition of Ye Gon to Mexico to face criminal charges related to the production, import and transportation of controlled substances, among other charges contained in the September 2008 extradition of Mexico.
Below we reproduce a text that we published in May 2015 about the book Theft of the Century.
The phrase is unforgettable: "Coopela o cuello". The saying was taken in May 2007 by Mexican businessman Zhenli Ye Gon , who was a fugitive, to accuse the then secretary of Labor, Javier Lozano Alarcón , of threatening to kill him if he did not keep a large sum of money. money in your house.
The money that Ye Gon referred to was part of the biggest cash confiscation that has been made worldwide: 205 million dollars found a few months earlier in a hidden room in the house of Sierra Madre 515, in the Lomas de Chapultepec neighborhood. .
The authorities described China's accusations as ridiculous, but a series of questions remain unanswered .
"In all the event there are backgrounds that are not clear: why things were given the way they were given? What is the plot of power? What is the historical and political context that allows that episode? ", Says in an interview the writer and journalist Sergio González Rodríguez , who launched his book Theft of the Century , which details some passages of this story.
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The phrase "Coopela o cuello" was frivolized and adopted by all sectors: caricaturists, singers, comedians, cartoonists, and more, however the context was gradually forgotten, both of the characters involved, and of the money, whose photography they printed in its cover all the newspapers of the country.
Based on the unanswered questions and the forgetfulness of the case, González Rodríguez began in 2011 a compilation of sources to unravel the case of Ye Gon.
In his book, a nonfiction novel , the writer uses a series of documents issued by the Attorney General's Office (PGR), others more linked to the judicial process in the United States, multiple interviews with actors close to the process and the review of information published in the media.
" The immediate thing is not the most important when there is a case of these , but to deepen what caused it. A novel without fiction allows to enter the plot of the events that took place ", says the writer.
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The key characters
Based on the documents and his own inquiry, Sergio Rodríguez González points out that Zhenli Ye Gon is a narcissistic man, with a proclivity to the lack of morality or scruples , which can easily move from the legal to the illegal.
The businessman was captured in July 2007, four months after the seizure, in the United States, where he was accused of trafficking in pseudoephedrine .
In Mexico there was another of the key characters for the author: Tomoiyi Marx Yu, the wife of Ye Gon , and who prior to confiscation and capture, had a relationship of amassant with his driver, while her husband walked around the world in scenarios of luxury and boasting its wealth.
"She agrees to marry him because she sees him in a photograph and he seems like an attractive man as a husband. She arrives in Mexico and the character changes, and in the story she goes from a wedding to being in jail because of her husband, "says González Rodríguez. Marx Yu currently faces a sentence for organized crime in Mexico.
The writer considers this novel as a Chinese shadow theater , in which there are other abstract actors who are not distinguished, and who remain in the unknown, such as organized crime, China, the supplier of the precursors to make artificial drugs, and the appointed politicians, among others.
Questions without answers
Sergio Gonzalez Rodriguez assures that the official investigations on the subject are partial, reason why there is a list of questions that do not have answer after almost eight years of the capture of Ye Gon.
Some of the questions have to do with the real fate of money. The explanations were inconsistent, contradictory, and the final fate of money was never discussed. Other questions are : Who were the investors allied with Zhenli Ye Gon? and what was your relationship with the Chinese government?
"They are difficult issues because the authorities do not want to investigate, they only carry out partial investigations and send it to the judge, who resolves without there being a substantive investigation of the matter."
That is why The Theft of the century is intended to be a consultation to invite readers to leave behind the will to see and believe in what the authority says , when in the background there are many things not explained.