Canadian Inspector Reveals Bolton’s Involvement in Money Laundering

According to Donald Belanger, a Canadian senior law enforcement from the Toronto Police Drug Squad; Canadian customs police seized a cargo of imported Pakistani produced clothes impregnated with a significant amount of Opium owned by Luna International (A Toronto-based Company) on July 20th. Luna International is owned by an Iranian resident in Canada named Ali Vakili in the city of Concord, Ontario.
Mr. Belanger stated in his Twitter account that police investigations show Luna and its CEO are accused of money laundering and transferring dirty money between Canada and some European countries, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and the United States. Vakili, Luna’s CEO, is also allegedly associated with corrupt politicians and some criminal gangs. Existing documents show that Ali Vakili deposited $350,000 through The Habib Bank in Zurich in 2016 into the account of Jennifer Sarah Bolton, John Bolton’s daughter. The attached Swift invoice shows Luna’s relationship with Mr. Bolton’s family.
According to other documents we got our hands on, large amounts of money whose origin is not known have been deposited into Ali Vakili’s account from outside Canada in recent months.

Interestingly, over the last three months, he deposited $280,000 into the account of Rudy Giuliani, former New York Mayor and Trump’s current attorney.

Luna’s tax violations and money laundering for unspecified purposes have caused the company to temporarily suspend its business operations and report to authorities. Investigations show that Ali Vakili has close ties with the Iranian political opposition group MEK currently operating in tirana, Albania.
Mr. Belanger has assured Canadian people that he and his colleagues will act decisively in the fight against drug trafficking and money laundering.

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