posted on Jul, 24 2013 @ 01:01 PM
reply to post by Damian65
Your link doesn't work.
Has anyone even bothered to read the story?
The stripper wasn't even in the car at the time. Her friends were driving with the cash that she gave them 2 days prior to the stop. She asked them
to transport the cash in a car from California to New Jersey.
Here's the thing. She says she made the money "One Dollar at a time". That's figuratively speaking and we all know it. The cash that was found was
all 100 dollar bills. She didn't make the money 100 dollars at a time either. Drug sniffing dogs that were brought out after the stop detected
narcotics. During the past year, the dancer in question submitted proof to the courts in Nebraska via tax returns, that the amount
of money is
legitimate and hers. The money that was found was a laundered version of the original. And the dryer sheets were probably an inside joke among the
people doing the laundering, because they knew the woman wouldn't get it.
Are things staring to not make sense? Good. That means you're paying attention. There's a picture of the dancer in the link I'm providing. She
doesn't look like a coke head. Makeup can't hide an emaciated look. Yes, she made that amount of money in the time she claims and she proved that.
But that doesn't make her smart, because she obviously isn't. Anyone can launder money, it's not rocket science, but since the money was legitimate
there was no need to except to make sure that it could all fit in the trunk. One million dollars in various small bills is not going to fit in the
trunk of a car. .At least not easily.
The driver and the passenger told the officer that there was nothing illegal in the car. They didn't lie because they didn't know any better.
Actually, the only thing that was illegal were the traces of drugs that come part and parcel with laundered cash. The dancer put the money in the
trunk without telling the drivers exactly what was going on or what happened up to that point. All they knew was that the money was going to be used
for a business transaction in Jersey. That was also proven to be true. Everything about this story is legitimate except for the money laundering part.
That alone is what made everything else appear to be shady, and it was unnecessary. They say there was 1 million and 74 thousand dollars. (Give or
take few thousand) She could just as easily have kept the money originally as she earned it, chartered a private plane or 3 to take her and her money
to Jersey. Something tells me that wouldn't have cost 74 thousand dollars.
I'm glad the woman got her money back. In my opinion, she needs to stay out of the nightclub business though. She comes across as being a bit naive.