A Senate report released in July presented evidence that British banking giant HSBC abetted massive money laundering by Iran, terrorist organizations, drug cartels and organized criminals throughout the world. The report said HSBC transferred $19 billion for Iran and $7 billion in physical cash for Mexico.
Eric Holder’s Justice Department was NOT investigated money-laundering charges in deference to bank clients of his Washington-based law firm, where Holder was a partner prior to joining the Obama administration.
Since then, HSBC has been fined more than $1.92 billion by U.S. authorities for violating anti-money laundering and sanctions laws. But the whistleblower calls the feds response "a joke".
Dr. Jerry Corsi, senior staff writer at WND joins us with the details.
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