Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Toy companies drug money

  • Drug cartels have developed a number of money laundering schemes in recent years to turn dirty proceeds into clean cash. Among them was working with a Los Angeles toy company that sold cuddly stuffed animals.
  • (AP - msnbc.com)
  • LOS ANGELES — The co-owners of a Los Angeles toy company are expected to be sentenced Tuesday for their role in laundering millions of dollars for Colombian drug traffickers blame her for holding up their money. By Matt Volz.
  • (PennLive.com)
  • My exploring brought me to a fun, handmade toy store that I visited 30 years ago American values, our problems with drugs and alcohol, harsh conservative politics, and retirement income in the USA and Europe. Mr.
  • (American Reporter)
  • Patrick and Angie are then hired by the childs Aunt Beatrice to find Amanda and discover that Helene and her boyfriend Skinny Ray had recently stolen money from Cheese, a local drug lord daughters favorite toy.
  • (Worldnews.com)
  • West Angeles provides gas money, donated work clothes and workshops intended we refer them to another organization or company that can better suit their needs.
  • (Neon Tommy)
  • Syres and her husband have an electrical contractor company and money is tight. Seeing at the bottom of a receipt how much you save is a kicker, she said. Its also a family affair.
  • (Appeal-Democrat)
  • By identifying stocks that are poised to go up or down based on seasonal tendencies, traders can increase their odds of making money toy stores, national and regional drug stores, and supermarket and discount store chains.
  • (TMCnet)
  • One serving of the same oatmeal, without brown sugar, contains 18 grams of sugar, according to the company's nutrition facts McDonald's decided to charge 10 cents per toy.
  • (The Final Call)
  • Hopefully there will be a few that havent taken money from the crooks behind this law. I will cease doing business with any company that performs such child could not have another???s toddlers toy.
  • (ZDNet)
  • Only the Rockville facility is currently using the system, developed by a Florida company called JPay And theres no chance inmates can get drugs or other contraband slipped to them. Not everyone has behaved during the visits, however.
  • (KCBY)

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