‘Dirty Money’ exposes clash of security, civilian interests

Most observers thought B.C.’s inquiry into money laundering would reveal the source of the vast sums of cash that flooded the province’s casinos over the past decade or so, starting with the run-up to the 2010 Olympics.

As far as I can tell, it hasn’t.

Instead, it provided a theory about underground banking and a provincial, keyhole view into a warehouse-sized global Pandora’s Box, housing a dangerous nexus of volatile interests — national security, civilian law enforcement, global commerce, and crime.

The Canadian policing system and B.C.’s law-enforcement apparatus were described as ill-equipped to deal with it without significant change.

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