Several people have been arrested in the UK after police cracked a money laundering scheme in which the perps used purchases made on iTunes as a conduit to transfer funds around. Given anti-gambling holier-than-thou types are constantly calling for online gambling to be crucified because it’s (they claim) a front for money laundering, can we now expect to see a march on Washington (or London) to ban the popular digital music source? After all, this is tangible evidence of money laundering, not spurious accusation. Personally, we’re hoping that the zealots are keeping mum because they learned that the tunes being fraudulently purchased included Bobby Bare’s Dropkick Me Jesus (Through The Goalposts of Life). Read more.
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