Uncensored, never-before-seen documents dated 2009/10 obtained through a Freedom of Information request reveal three casinos were upbraided for not properly checking the backgrounds of patrons bringing in large amounts of cash and for improper documentation of potential money laundering incidents.
The documents are posted on website of B.C.’s Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch but the documents are almost entirely censored due to what the province calls “law enforcement and commercial interests.”
Following a year-long appeal, CBC News recently obtained the uncensored findings of the internal gaming investigations.
For example, in an audit by the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch of Grand Villa Casino in Burnaby, the province’s casino policing agency found that out of a sample of 27 large cash transactions in one month, nine records contained “insufficient detail.”
Detailed news link: here