Jean Therese Brown To be Sentenced for “Bulk Cash” Smuggling!!!
Bulk Cash Smuggling Ring Leader Pleads Guilty in Baltimore!!
DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW by Monte Friesner >
Financial Crime Consultant for WANTED SA >
Saturday October 23, 2010 >
WANTED SA has learned today that a reputed ring leader for a bulk cash smuggling ring has pled guilty to sending an undeclared half-million dollars** to Jamaica using cash couriers.
Jean Therese Brown will be sentenced in US District Court* in Baltimore in February 01, 2011 and her alleged couriers, who failed to declare the greenbacks on the CMIR (FinCEN Form 105) form when departing BWI, as well as upon arrival, were taken into custody in Jamaica.
The Indictment alleges that Jamaican authorities missed one package, which the cash couriers promptly delivered outside the airport.
One wonders just how many millions of dollars in narcotics profits were covertly bulk cash smuggled to Jamaica before the Defendant was arrested. From the allegations in the Indictment, where two of the three cash couriers are deliberately not identified; it appears that there was at least some cooperation with law enforcement.
Her sentencing is set for 1 February, 2011.
* United States vs. Brown, Case No.: 1:10-CR-00420-WDQ (MD) .
** My count is $ 560,193.00.
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