Ex-Congressman's Russian Bank Loses License for Money Laundering


"Commercial Bank of Ivanovo, in which Republican former North Carolina Representative Charles Taylor owns an 80 percent stake, regularly broke anti-money laundering regulations, misrepresented the size of its provisions and used “schemes” to artificially inflate its capital, according to a central bank statement. "

North Carolina again. What’s up with that state?

Anyway, here is this ex-politicians resume…

Represented North Carolina’s 11th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives.

He served from 1991 to 2007.

As a member of the Gang of Seven, Taylor worked to expose the congressional corruption in the internal bank of the U.S. House.

He has a lifetime rating of 92 from the American Conservative Union.

He was for the Iraqi war.

He worked to remove environmental safeguards.

He was also voted one of the 20 most corrupt politicians in Congress for using his elected position to enrich himself.

He should be tried and if guilty go to jail.

But that isn’t going to happen.

His main bank is in…

Wait for it…


Money laundering and financial crimes is something that we as a nation have put on the back burner when it comes to prosecuting.

Just started the book “The Chicken ■■■■ Club” by Jesse Eisinger about this very thing.

I keep saying this but a guy can steal a tshirt from a store in Myrtle Beach and sometimes get as much jail time as the Visa/Mastercard CEOs who cheated companies out of billions if not trillions of dollars. How is that just?