Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Friday, August 5, 2016


The Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act  (HR4450), which requires that extensive beneficial ownership information on corporations and LLCs be kept by the states, businesses & their attorneys, and which is generally considered to be groundbreaking legislation, in the field of anti-money laundering and countering terrorist financing, is being opposed by the legal community, on multiple grounds.

Readers who have an interest in this legislation, may want to read the letter that the American Bar Association delivered to the US Congress, detailing its position. A copy of the letter, which is signed by  ABA President Paulette Brown, may be accessed here.

1 comment:

  1. The criminal proceeds obtained in the original million dollar Ponzi scheme of Murcia, was inflated to approximately three billion US Dollars ($3bn), when, according to wtinesses, narco-profits, earned by the FARC, were laundered through DMG, with David Murcia's cooperation. Most of that currency was then bulk cash smuggled into Panama using his Panama Sailing School sailboats, and speedboats, arriving at night at Monte Friesner's Flamenco Marina, on the Amador Causeway.

    Delivered, while sometimes still damp from the ocean, to Murcia laundryman, Monte Morris Friesner, the funds were used to purchase, for cash, condominium residences in such places as various condos of Panama City Real Estate, using bearer share Panama corporations, to conceal the name of the beneficial owner. Friesner acted as Murcia's investment counselor, though most of the money allegedly was the property of the FARC. Murcia, serving time in the US, is believed to be cooperating with law enforcement and Friesner is scared shitless.

    When Murcia was summarily deported, allegedly on the orders of Monte Frieser, Rijock, and Nazarova, all of these partners took possession of the Panama Real Estate, and other properties, though we now wonder if the FARC, which is presently formalizing a comprehensive peace treaty with Colombia, will be making a formal (or informal) claim against Frisener, and against all that stolen real estate, in Panama. This may be why Monte Friesner maintains several layers of security at his offices and home in Canada.


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