Money laundering (18 U.S. Code §§ 1956 and 1957) - First example - the collect-to-win fraud
This is the perfect example to demonstrate, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the executives of McDonald’s Corporation, like Steve Easterbrook, or Kevin Ozan, or Gloria Santona, just to name a few, and the executives of its subsidiary companies, like Malcolm Hicks, or Nawfal Trabelsi, or Françoise de Borda, just to name a few, couldn’t have reasonably ignored that they were running a criminal enterprise through serious fraud, targeting even children, and money laundering.
Here is how I demonstrated to the executives of McDonald’s Corporation that they were committing money laundering: what I now know is called in American law a predicate crime of a pattern of racketeering activity:
The American rules: “Collect Park Place (#341) and Boardwalk (#342) to win a Prize of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000*). One (1) Prize available in the Territory (*payable $50,000/yr. for 20 yrs. no interest). The approximate odds of collecting Park Place are 1 in 11; the approximate odds of collecting Boardwalk are 1 in 618,106,200; the approximate odds of collecting the Winning Combination (Park Place and Boardwalk) are 1 in 3,141,832,163.”
The French rules : NOTHING! THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
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