He changed its name to Trump Taj Mahal, and apparently broke money-laundering rules 106 times in its first 18 months of this rebranding.
Surely Trump should have been investigated by the FBI for so much money-laundering.
Unless it was laundering for the Russian mob and he became an informant for the FBI?
You may have heard that the congressional committees have requested the Treasury Department’s financial crimes enforcement network, or FinCEN, to provide any information it has on Trump, his businesses, his top officials and campaign aides. CNN got access to 400 pages of this FinCEN information on Trump’s casino operations in Atlantic City and found that the Trump Taj Mahal casino broke money-laundering rules 106 times in the first year and half of operation and paid nearly half a million dollars in fines in just one settlement agreement in 1998. The network reported:
According to a dozen anti-money laundering experts, casinos often run into these problems. But getting caught with 106 violations in the casino’s opening years is an indicator of a serious problem, they said. The violations date back to a time when the Taj Mahal was the preferred gambling spot for Russian mobsters living in Brooklyn, according to federal investigators who tracked organized crime in New York City. They also occurred at a time when the Taj Mahal casino was short on cash and on the verge of bankruptcy.
Is Donald Trump’s casino empire linked to money laundering? Past financial crimes may be the president’s biggest p… https://t.co/YsNg932GnI— Salon (@Salon) 23 May 2017