Monday, February 10, 2020

Money launderer Paul King Jin and wife Xiaoqui Wei

B.C. is going after a $ 25k bank draft, dated May 20, 2017, and made out to Great Canadian Casinos. Paul Jin’s BMW was seized by the anti-gang unit and the draft was found. The B.C. Lottery Corporation banned Jin from casinos for five years, beginning in 2012, due to suspicion of loan-sharking. “Between June 27, 2012 and June 24, 2015, there were 140 casino transactions totalling $23,501,456 ... involving Mr. Jin and his associates.”
Jin was a target of E-Pirate, which began in 2015. He wasn't charged. Charges against the operators of an illegal bank called Silver International were also stayed. Jin was the subject of a CFSEU probe into illegal gambling houses, dubbed E-Nationalize.
Cops say Jin's crimes include possession of the proceeds of crime, conspiracy, money laundering, keeping a common gaming house, extortion and failure to declare taxable income.