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Kwality

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Mother & sister of Perth Comanchero (well known?) Ray Cilli.

& back before Xmas, also in Perth:

Not across the WA bikie scene so if anyone can add anything it would be appreciated. Dont have a source to The Wests articles.
 

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It was so interesting to watch all the videos you have shared, I have never been so concentrated in my life. I love playing poker games a lot especially since I play them since my childhood. I used to play with my friends but then decided to play more professionally and went to casinos. However, I have decided to play only online as in a casino I was losing track of time.
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It was so interesting to watch all the videos you have shared, I have never been so concentrated in my life. I love playing poker games a lot especially since I play them since my childhood. I used to play with my friends but then decided to play more professionally and went to casinos. However, I have decided to play only online as in a casino I was losing track of time.
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Two men have been charged over an alleged money laundering and drug supply syndicate in Sydney after police seized nearly $1.2 million in cash, drugs and jewellery.
The men, aged 26 and 30, were arrested and taken to Merrylands Police Station after being pulled over in a Toyota Hilux on Kleins Road at Westmead at about 12.30pm on March 24.
The two men are allegedly involved in a criminal syndicate suspected of money laundering and illegal drug supply which Strike Force Aldred detectives from the Organised Crime Squad's Anti Money Laundering Unit have been investigating.

During an initial search of the Hilux, police seized more than $12,000 cash, mobile phones and cocaine.
A further $300,000 in cash was then located within a hidden compartment in the car.
Later that day, investigators executed search warrants at homes at Cabramatta and Kenthurst, and at a business at Castle Hill where officers seized more than $860,000 cash.

 

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Here is a failure to launder money:

A WA businessman has handed over $4 million in unexplained cash and assets to the Commonwealth after a two-year money laundering and tax fraud investigation.

Nick Ivanina, 60, was forced to forfeit millions he kept in Australian and Thailand bank accounts under the names of a relative and business associate, as well as his Burswood apartment, after the Australian Federal Police-led Criminal Assets Confiscation Taskforce pursued a tip-off about suspicious international banking activity.
 

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Ironic that the banks and authorities say that one of the reasons that crypto should be highly regulated is due proceeds from crime. Government also raise a lot of revenue from poker machines and are likely to turn a blind eye.


Not really ironic. Crypto was literally born from being used on the dark web to facilitate transactions for kiddy porn, hitmen and other. Crypto is legit rubbish and will go down in history as the biggest ponzee scheme in history with blokes like Musk at the top
 

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A major money laundering investigation has seen a 35-year-old man charged by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) after they uncovered more than $10 million in assets across the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
The ACT man was charged on Thursday with one count of dealing with property using crime proceeds after eight ACT homes, four luxury cars, and millions of dollars worth of cash and cryptocurrency were seized.
Police said the cars combined were worth more than $800,000, and that the man held 28 bank accounts and about $600,000 in cryptocurrency.
 

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A major money laundering investigation has seen a 35-year-old man charged by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) after they uncovered more than $10 million in assets across the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
The ACT man was charged on Thursday with one count of dealing with property using crime proceeds after eight ACT homes, four luxury cars, and millions of dollars worth of cash and cryptocurrency were seized.
Police said the cars combined were worth more than $800,000, and that the man held 28 bank accounts and about $600,000 in cryptocurrency.
One charge? I wonder if they have more planned or not... they need to have "reasonable grounds".

 

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