Hidden Fortunes: Drug Money, Cartels and the Elite Banks

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Money laundering in USA: Bank of Boston and Citibank drug money, cartels and the elite banks

-Bank of Boston laundered $ 1.2 billion from the trafficker Genaro Angiullo. They pled guilty and paid a fine of $500,000

-The complete story of Citibank dealings with Raul Salinas de Gortari, Amy Elliott, Persecutor Carla del Ponte, Hubertus Rukabina and the Confidas subsidiary; information you need to know to understand what is going to happen.

-The story of the real money laundering in USA. The relationship between the Mafia and the politicians not only in South America.

-The so-called "War on Drugs" is a hysterical farce.

-The honest are afraid of the corrupts.

'Two powerful men, Carlos Salinas de Gortari, President of Mexico, and John Reed, head of Citibank, are supposedly ignoring what the third man, Raul Salinas de Gortari, did to accumulate an enormous personal fortune in Swiss and British banks. As in the times of Watergate, the press and society have to ask the tough question in order to know who knew what and when they found out. The President of bank, John Reed, and the adjunct president in charge of Latin America, Bill Rhodes, has the fiduciary responsibility of making sure that no money laundering operations are executed under Citibank auspices.>

Mike Wallace, of CBS program "60 Minutes."

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About the Author:

Eduardo Varela-Cid was a well-know congressman in Argentina, and Vice President of the Latin American Parliament from 1989 to 1995.

He co-authored many of the anti-drug laws currently in place in South America. Yet with painful intellectual honesty he now realizes that these laws are not working.

He fought publicly for many years against the Mafia boss, a Syrian-Argentine named Alfredo Nallib Yabran.

Varela-Cid is to the Argentine political system what Serpico was to the New York City Police Department many years ago.

Both were banished for not adhering to unwritten codes.

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