A former British Columbia RCMP officer testified he was informed in 2009 that Rich Coleman, then-minister responsible for gaming, was “largely responsible” for rampant money laundering related to organized crime in the province’s casinos, and that senior B.C. Mounties were complicit, an inquiry has heard. Fred Pinnock, former commander of B.C.’s anti-illegal gaming unit, described to the CullenContinue reading Cullen Commission Heats up as testimony puts former BC Liberal minister Rich Coleman right into the spotlight.
Rich Coleman announces retirement as Cullen Commission gets underway
Frédéric Bastiat was a 19th century free market French economist and writer. He is known for his writings on plunder, legal or otherwise, and one of his most reknowned quotes is: “When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselvesContinue reading Rich Coleman announces retirement as Cullen Commission gets underway
Confidential RCMP report reveals chilling details…and puts even more focus on Rich Colemans decision to disband the IIGET
“A businessman “connected to Asian organized crime” was allowed by a British Columbia government employee to buy part of a B.C. Lottery Corp. casino, according to a confidential RCMP report obtained by Global News. And the government employee was later hired in a B.C. casino. The explosive accusation is just one example of organized crime’s allegedContinue reading Confidential RCMP report reveals chilling details…and puts even more focus on Rich Colemans decision to disband the IIGET
The Coleman Files
Following the release of the German report last year, I posted a video of Rich Coleman being interviewed by Sean Holman, with a dissection of what he said and how he said it. You can find that post here: https://lailayuile.com/2018/06/27/money-and-corruption-are-ruining-the-land-2 Since then, Sam Cooper has broken story after story of how completely out of controlContinue reading The Coleman Files