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Anti-money laundering staff at Deutsche Bank flagged Trump, Kushner transactions: NYT

Anti-money laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank AG recommended in 2016 and 2017 that multiple transactions involving entities controlled by U.S. President Donald Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be reported to a federal financial crimes watchdog, the New York Times reported on Sunday.

The newspaper, citing five current and former Deutsche Bank employees, said executives at the German-based bank, which has lent billions of dollars to the Trump and Kushner companies, rejected their employees' advice.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/w...-1.5142279




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Well that was stupid of Deutsche Bank to ignore the current/former employees.

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Reply #1 posted 05/19/19 5:24pm

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if they broke the law they need to face justice. of course it could have been done out of an abundance of caution or for other reasons... but it should be looked into.

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

if they broke the law they need to face justice. of course it could have been done out of an abundance of caution or for other reasons... but it should be looked into.


Since the New York Times got their hands on the story, it just might.

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Reply #3 posted 05/20/19 3:03am

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I posted this as a response in the Trump taxes thread as to why it is necessary to get Trump's taxes:



How about this for basis?



Anti-money laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank recommended in 2016 and 2017 that multiple transactions involving legal entities controlled by Donald J. Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be reported to a federal financial-crimes watchdog.

The transactions, some of which involved Mr. Trump’s now-defunct foundation, set off alerts in a computer system designed to detect illicit activity, according to five current and former bank employees. Compliance staff members who then reviewed the transactions prepared so-called suspicious activity reports that they believed should be sent to a unit of the Treasury Department that polices financial crimes.

But executives at Deutsche Bank, which has lent billions of dollars to the Trump and Kushner companies, rejected their employees’ advice. The reports were never filed with the government.

The nature of the transactions was not clear. At least some of them involved money flowing back and forth with overseas entities or individuals, which bank employees considered suspicious.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/19/business/deutsche-bank-trump-kushner.html


In the summer of 2016, Deutsche Bank’s software flagged a series of transactions involving the real estate company of Mr. Kushner, now a senior White House adviser.

Ms. McFadden, a longtime anti-money laundering specialist in Deutsche Bank’s Jacksonville office, said she had reviewed the transactions and found that money had moved from Kushner Companies to Russian individuals. She concluded that the transactions should be reported to the government — in part because federal regulators had ordered Deutsche Bank, which had been caught laundering billions of dollars for Russians, to toughen its scrutiny of potentially illegal transactions.


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luv4u said:



OnlyNDaUsa said:


if they broke the law they need to face justice. of course it could have been done out of an abundance of caution or for other reasons... but it should be looked into.




Since the New York Times got their hands on the story, it just might.



Do you think he would actually read it, or just dismiss it as "liberal biased news " or some such nonsense?? The NY Times had a well researched and detailed article a few months back about the Trump family history of tax evasion and shady business practices... I doubt any of the Trump sychophants read a single word of it. They want to remain in their bubble
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Reply #5 posted 05/20/19 10:19am

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jjhunsecker said:

luv4u said:


Since the New York Times got their hands on the story, it just might.

Do you think he would actually read it, or just dismiss it as "liberal biased news " or some such nonsense?? The NY Times had a well researched and detailed article a few months back about the Trump family history of tax evasion and shady business practices... I doubt any of the Trump sychophants read a single word of it. They want to remain in their bubble



Of course they would read it and probably have a good laugh.

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Reply #6 posted 05/20/19 1:04pm

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luv4u said:

jjhunsecker said:

luv4u said: Do you think he would actually read it, or just dismiss it as "liberal biased news " or some such nonsense?? The NY Times had a well researched and detailed article a few months back about the Trump family history of tax evasion and shady business practices... I doubt any of the Trump sychophants read a single word of it. They want to remain in their bubble



Of course they would read it and probably have a good laugh.

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I doubt the majority read it but the ones that did, they did have a good laugh at the rest of the country's expense. Somehow, they figure if he's winning (even if he's cheating), they're winning. He's truly done a number on them.

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They swear he cares about them and they love that he gets Democrats panties in a bunch. His presidency is probably the biggest con in American politics history. And I still say that he will probably go down as the most corrupt president we've ever had. (This conclusion may not be evident until he's out of office though).

[Edited 5/21/19 8:59am]

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luv4u said:



Of course they would read it and probably have a good laugh.

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I doubt the majority read it but the ones that did, they did have a good laugh at the rest of the country's expense. Somehow, they figure if he's winning (even if he's cheating), they're winning. He's truly done a number on them.

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They swear he cares about them and they love that he gets Democrats panties in a bunch. His presidency is probably biggest con in American politics history. And I still say that he will probably go down as the most corrupt president we've ever had. (This conclusion may not be evident until he's out of office though).

And that would be even sicker than refusing to read it. I'm telling you- these Trump supporters are closer to cult meembers than any normal political follower....whatever their leader does is right , and we'll find some way to justify it. Truly a "Cult of Personality"

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Reply #8 posted 05/20/19 1:33pm

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Musicslave said:

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I doubt the majority read it but the ones that did, they did have a good laugh at the rest of the country's expense. Somehow, they figure if he's winning (even if he's cheating), they're winning. He's truly done a number on them.

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They swear he cares about them and they love that he gets Democrats panties in a bunch. His presidency is probably biggest con in American politics history. And I still say that he will probably go down as the most corrupt president we've ever had. (This conclusion may not be evident until he's out of office though).

And that would be even sicker than refusing to read it. I'm telling you- these Trump supporters are closer to cult meembers than any normal political follower....whatever their leader does is right , and we'll find some way to justify it. Truly a "Cult of Personality"

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Yup. They feel like he's "Sticking it to the man." LOL.

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Reply #9 posted 05/20/19 2:35pm

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Musicslave said:



luv4u said:




jjhunsecker said:


luv4u said: Do you think he would actually read it, or just dismiss it as "liberal biased news " or some such nonsense?? The NY Times had a well researched and detailed article a few months back about the Trump family history of tax evasion and shady business practices... I doubt any of the Trump sychophants read a single word of it. They want to remain in their bubble



Of course they would read it and probably have a good laugh.



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I doubt the majority read it but the ones that did, they did have a good laugh at the rest of the country's expense. Somehow, they figure if he's winning (even if he's cheating), they're winning. He's truly done a number on them.


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They swear he cares about them and they love that he gets Democrats panties in a bunch. His presidency is probably biggest con in American politics history. And I still say that he will probably go down as the most corrupt president we've ever had. (This conclusion may not be evident until he's out of office though).


Oh he will go down in history as the biggest con and corrupt president. I’ll be celebrating when he either gets voted out or finally leaves office.
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Reply #10 posted 05/25/19 10:26am

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Sorry luv! I forgot this thread was here.


A reporter just tweeted this:



I was in the courtroom yesterday during the Deutsche Bank arguments. They pretty much said Russian Oligarchs money laundered through Trump and Jared.


eek omg omfg excited

Rachel Maddow show is said to have a transcript of the hearing. Can't wait for them to release it!

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Reply #11 posted 05/25/19 10:50am

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benni said:

Sorry luv! I forgot this thread was here.


A reporter just tweeted this:



I was in the courtroom yesterday during the Deutsche Bank arguments. They pretty much said Russian Oligarchs money laundered through Trump and Jared.


eek omg omfg excited

Rachel Maddow show is said to have a transcript of the hearing. Can't wait for them to release it!

odd that you are happy with the idea that he may have broken the law? I get it you do not like him... I get you wish he had not won the election... that you want him out off office...but to take apparent joy that he may have broken the law to that end is sad.

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Reply #12 posted 05/25/19 11:05am

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benni said:

Sorry luv! I forgot this thread was here.


A reporter just tweeted this:



I was in the courtroom yesterday during the Deutsche Bank arguments. They pretty much said Russian Oligarchs money laundered through Trump and Jared.


eek omg omfg excited

Rachel Maddow show is said to have a transcript of the hearing. Can't wait for them to release it!



I would love for them to be released!
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Reply #13 posted 05/25/19 11:10am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

benni said:

Sorry luv! I forgot this thread was here.


A reporter just tweeted this:



I was in the courtroom yesterday during the Deutsche Bank arguments. They pretty much said Russian Oligarchs money laundered through Trump and Jared.


eek omg omfg excited

Rachel Maddow show is said to have a transcript of the hearing. Can't wait for them to release it!

odd that you are happy with the idea that he may have broken the law? I get it you do not like him... I get you wish he had not won the election... that you want him out off office...but to take apparent joy that he may have broken the law to that end is sad.

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I doubt anyone takes joy in somone breaking the law. The joy is in knowing that no one is above the law. When people feel justice isn't getting served it makes mockery of what this country ideals supposed to be built on. When people see "Lady Justice" upholding the law regardless of who's in the hot seat, it's satisfying to know that our so called justice system is working like it's supposed to.

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So what you witness on the Org is people finding delight in that there is possible justice (we're not out of the woods yet) in this world we live in. It gives some people a glimmer of hope, instead of hopelessness

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So I pose a question to you: Why do you take comfort in the thought of trump or anyone else possiblly breaking the law but not having to pay consequences for it? What do you personally gain from trump getting away with breaking the law?

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Reply #14 posted 05/25/19 1:42pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

benni said:

Sorry luv! I forgot this thread was here.


A reporter just tweeted this:



I was in the courtroom yesterday during the Deutsche Bank arguments. They pretty much said Russian Oligarchs money laundered through Trump and Jared.


eek omg omfg excited

Rachel Maddow show is said to have a transcript of the hearing. Can't wait for them to release it!

odd that you are happy with the idea that he may have broken the law? I get it you do not like him... I get you wish he had not won the election... that you want him out off office...but to take apparent joy that he may have broken the law to that end is sad.


It's not "joy" in him breaking the law, it's HOPE that someone who breaks the law will be brought to justice. Trump has been flagrantly and systematically destroying justice in this country. So if this brings him to justice, then I'm ecstatic.

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Reply #15 posted 05/25/19 1:42pm

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jjhunsecker said:

benni said:

Sorry luv! I forgot this thread was here.


A reporter just tweeted this:



I was in the courtroom yesterday during the Deutsche Bank arguments. They pretty much said Russian Oligarchs money laundered through Trump and Jared.


eek omg omfg excited

Rachel Maddow show is said to have a transcript of the hearing. Can't wait for them to release it!

I would love for them to be released!



Me, too!

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Reply #16 posted 05/25/19 1:44pm

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Musicslave said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

odd that you are happy with the idea that he may have broken the law? I get it you do not like him... I get you wish he had not won the election... that you want him out off office...but to take apparent joy that he may have broken the law to that end is sad.

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I doubt anyone takes joy in somone breaking the law. The joy is in knowing that no one is above the law. When people feel justice isn't getting served it makes mockery of what this country ideals supposed to be built on. When people see "Lady Justice" upholding the law regardless of who's in the hot seat, it's satisfying to know that our so called justice system is working like it's supposed to.

-

So what you witness on the Org is people finding delight in that there is possible justice (we're not out of the woods yet) in this world we live in. It gives some people a glimmer of hope, instead of hopelessness

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So I pose a question to you: Why do you take comfort in the thought of trump or anyone else possiblly breaking the law but not having to pay consequences for it? What do you personally gain from trump getting away with breaking the law?



Exactly! Thank you Musicslave! hug

Only has been conversing with me for years. The fact that he wants to pretend that he didn't know what I was excited about, happy about, I find a little disingenuous.

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Reply #17 posted 05/26/19 10:40am

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I see a prison cell in his orbit.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #18 posted 05/30/19 4:42am

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benni said:

jjhunsecker said:

benni said: I would love for them to be released!



Me, too!


Transcripts out yet?

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