There were mysterious men boarding airplanes having a million of dollars in money in their carry-on bags, and it has happened over 100 occasions in just 1 year.
Paul International Airport, where men with those suitcases have become frequent and regular travelers. Their mode of operation is always the same and there concern for people’s safety. It now appears that the plot encompassing this has been discovered and it might be too late, and far worse than suspected.
Where’s this money coming from and where are these men headed? A local news source in the country where this was occurring has followed the alarming events for months and shows they have discovered with a warning.
This fraud is suspected of costing Minnesota taxpayers as far as a hundred million dollars annually.
These sources have a profound fear, and there’s evidence to support their concerns, that some of the public money is ending up in the hands of terrorists.
The article goes on to say the following:
This narrative begins at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, in which mystical suitcases full of money have come to be a frequent carry-on.
On the afternoon of March 15, Fox 9 chased a tip about a man who was departing the country.
Resources said that he took a carry-on bag through safety which has been packed with $1 million in money. Travelers can do so, as long as the authorities types fill out.
Fox 9 discovered that these cloak-and-dagger scenarios now happen almost weekly at MSP International. The money is headed to Dubai, the Middle East and points outside.
Sources stated last year over $100 million in cash left MSP in carry-on luggage.
Fox 9 reported that Glen Kerns, a former Seattle police officers, has also tracked millions of dollars in money that left on flights from Seattle, also discovered that the money has been funneled into the area of Somalia that’s commanded by the al Shabaab terrorist group.
In the Seattle case, Kerns discovered the money was coming from people who just happened to be on government help in the U.S., also stated it is welfare fraud.
Five years past the Fox 9 Investigators were to report that daycare fraud was on the growth in Minnesota, exposing how a few businesses were gaming the system to steal millions in government subsidies meant to help low-income families with their childcare expenditures.
“It’s a great way to make some cash,” Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said.
for the strategy to operate, the daycare centers need to register low income families that qualify for child care assistance funding.
Surveillance videos from a case prosecuted by Hennepin County reveal parents checking their kids to a center, only to depart with them a few minutes later. From time to time, no children would show up.
Either way, the center would bill the country for a complete day of childcare.
Fox 9 reports that 10 daycares are under active investigation in Minnesota, which resources in the Somali community have said “it is an open secret that starting a daycare centre is a permit to make money.”
It is bad enough that these criminals figure out ways to exploit our authorities to steal cash, but for them to be doing it to fund terrorism around the planet takes things to a completely different level.
We need to create sweeping changes in how government help is paid out and new checks and balances set in place.
Not only because it is cost taxpayers millions, however since the fraud is presently financing America’s biggest enemy, terrorism.