With all that is going on in the world, I find it hard to make a decision where I should be spending my time. The things that I can’t wait to do and the items that I can’t wait to buy often drive me bonkers. The most common problem I run into is when I’m stuck because I’m in the middle of a decision that I have to make.
It’s called “chasing a dream” because it is our tendency to chase a dream or a goal that we believe we can achieve. And while it is nice to have a goal, we usually have to sacrifice our dreams at times because they are so important. But if we don’t sacrifice them we won’t ever achieve them. I think most people are aware of this though, so I’ll explain.
Now that we’ve established that, let’s step into the world of Chase Bank, the money-laundering and drug-running empire that controls the US’s banking system. Chase has a mission to create “the most trusted, most secure bank for the world.” In their words, “The Chase Bank is not a bank. We are a bank.” You can check out their site here.
This is like a bad joke, but you can see the joke in the story. They have built up a huge reputation in the US as a bank that is a real bank, but it is really just a front for a large business. It is a bank, but it does more than that. They are a drug-laundering bank, a money-laundering bank, and a bank that does drug-laundering (that is a pretty big word).
As it turns out, the Chase Bank is a front for a huge drug-laundering business. They have been at it since the 1980s, but they’re now finally being exposed for what they really are. It’s the money laundering business that is responsible for the entire banking industry. They are being exposed because they laundered money for drug dealers, gangsters, gang leaders, and international drug cartels.
They are currently the subject of a congressional investigation because they have been found to have been keeping millions of dollars in secret accounts, and are being accused of laundering for drug cartels, gangs, and other criminals that have access to public monies. Their CEO, John W. Johnson, has been arrested on charges of wire fraud and bank fraud and is currently under house arrest.
The recent wave of corruption allegations has brought down former CIA director David Petraeus, who was caught having an extramarital affair with his biographer, and former Sen. John Edwards (D-NC), the current Democratic candidate for president, who was caught having an extramarital affair with his biographer. Both of these things have been attributed to the scandal.
The two men who are facing serious jail time are bank executives who were caught by a federal grand jury using fake documents to launder $60 million in fake money from phony companies to the U.S. Bank in Charlotte. Federal officials allege that the men used the money to buy up real estate in high-end neighborhoods in Charlotte, and then used the properties to launder more than $7 million in cash and fraudulent checks.
Of course, the real estate mogul in question is no longer in prison. But the men were convicted on charges of “conspiracy to launder money.” This is the same crime that banks use to launder their own money. The bank executives were tried on charges of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and while the jury found them not guilty of anything, both of them will serve jail time.
It’s a bit of a stretch to see the bankers as the villains here, but it’s still interesting to note that they were the only ones to go to trial. No one else will be charged as they all have money in their pockets. And while the charges aren’t exactly on par with the real estate mogul, it still shows that there are other ways to launder money than just selling real estate.