Police bust multimillion-dollar marijuana "fortress"



Police in San Bernardino seized thousands of marijuana plants and shut down an operation they believe was bringing in millions of dollars a month. Officials …

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  1. Should state and federal tax agencies consider utilizing Absolute-AML-Asset Valuation (AAMLAV) to determine the level of tax evasion and money laundering which was potentially occurring via the criminal operation? AAMLAV may be especially beneficial as the assets in the case might be considered to be both illicit and licit simultaneously. Thus, could the potential tax evasion be assessed based upon the absolute value of the assets in question irrespective of any other consideration?

  2. So, basically, this operation could have been legal in some way with the correct paperwork? A matter of tax evation here first of all? The lady seems to be a good business talent being in charge setting it all up and getting things to marked. Got a bit too greedy then

  3. She faces no more than one year in jail (not prison), and a fine, if they even charge her at all. Also, I think the charge would be connected to the lack of a business license, and not the pot, but I guess saying that wouldn't be headline-worthy.

  4. She faces no more than one year in jail (not prison), and a fine, if they even charge her at all. Also, I think the charge would be connected to the lack of a business license, and not the pot, but I guess saying that wouldn't be headline-worthy.

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