Canada: Warnings ignored: Investigator fired after raising concerns about casino money laundering

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July 10 2018

A pile of $20 bills – some $600,000 — that was stacked higher than the casino cashier.  It’s the surreal scene that stays with Joe Schalk from his time as the senior director of investigations at B.C.’s gambling regulator, GPEB.Schalk and his team were tasked with tracking this likely dirty money. They believed it was an international scheme. The gamblers, they believed, could be dupes, but the source of the money was likely criminal operations with reach around the globe.