A Barclay Bank settlement, which Judge Sullivan approved last week, involved charges that the British bank helped customers in Iran, Cuba and other sanctioned nations move more than $500 million into the United States, breaking federal law and undermining national policy for more than a decade. The bank distributed instructions to employees for circumventing internal controls, for example by obscuring the source of the transfers. Moreover, the employees of the Rothschild held institution knew the transfers were illegal.
"The cover sheets must not mention the offending entity which could cause the funds to be seized," one employee wrote in an e-mail quoted by prosecutors, "A good example is Cuba, which the U.S. says we shouldn’t do business with but we do."
rocky and friends not only seditionists, they always kill the golden goose. that is why there are no geese in Transylvania except the ones rocky is allowed to have sex with according to his so-called religion. laugh!