Thanks, Paul Manafort — for showing that the U.S. needs to crack down on dirty money
The United States has turned itself into a haven for dirty money from around the world. It's time for a change.
Thanks to the #ManafortTrial, everyone knows how easy it is to launder dirty foreign money into America. Thankfully, efforts are already underway to end America's role as the world's biggest financial secrecy haven. |
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on how Paul Manafort's trial has shined a light on dirty money, foreign lobbying & influence disclosure with a shout out to
's new FARA search tool
"...the United States’ days as a global offshore haven could be drawing to a close," argues
Citizens for Ethics
Paul Manafort’s trial might be “an occasion for the United States to awaken from its collective slumber about the creeping dangers of kleptocracy.”
Casey Michel 🇰🇿
, I wrote about how the U.S. has actually begun cleaning house when it comes to its role as a global offshore haven—thanks to Manafort (and Trump).
"The trend isn’t getting much press, but the United States’ days as a global offshore haven could be drawing to a close," posits
Clay R. Fuller
"At the very least, it is now much harder for the rest of us to deny the magnitude of the problems created by dirty money flowing into the United States."
with video comments by editor
on one thing we can take away from Paul Manafort and his ongoing trials, for