Mexico’s new plan to crack down on drug money: you can keep some – CSMonitor.com

 

 

Catch a criminal, keep his wallet.

In short, that’s Mexico’s newest plan to crack down on the annual flow of billions of dollars into the hands of drug gangs.

The attorney general’s office announced the new initiative against money laundering this week, the latest in a series of government efforts to curtail the flow of money that finances drug gangs. Mexicans who tip off investigators to money launderers will receive up to one-quarter of the illegal funds seized.

But not everyone is enthusiastic about the new initiative, with some analysts cautioning that it shifts the burden of intelligence-gathering to the individual and is a risky gamble in a battle where revenge seems to know no limits.

via Mexico’s new plan to crack down on drug money: you can keep some – CSMonitor.com.

Yea…this definitely makes things a little more tempting for would be snitches, but frankly, I think I’d need to make sure it was enough money to hire Blackwater for personal security before I’d jump on it. But, considering that the cartels offer cash rewards for killing officials or at least information that leads to it happening, this is only fair play…

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