Gov't tracing cash transactions?

Discussion in 'Conspiracy' started by RandomOne, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. RandomOne

    RandomOne Member

  2. zihger

    zihger Senior Member

    That rumor has been out for more then 10-15 years.. as long as they put plastic strips in dollars.

    Alex Jones is a CIA disinformation agent.

    He just plays their same old crap like a broken record player.

    You would think with a buget like they have they could come up with some new stories or ‘leaks”.
  3. hippiehillbilly

    hippiehillbilly the old asshole

  4. mamaKCita

    mamaKCita fucking stupid.

    good god, why would they track so much money? what a total waste of time.
  5. HawaiianEye

    HawaiianEye Member

    I like the older $20 bills anyhow,the newer ones look to much like 'play money'.lol
  6. odon

    odon Slightly Popular

    Gov't tracing cash transactions?

    That makes some sense.

    Gov't tracing cash?

    That makes no sense.

    Pentagon Report Warns Canadian Coins Bugged

    If it was some coins (seems so), used to track certain individuals (in this case defence cotractors) - that makes sense.

    RFID Tags in New US Notes Explode When You Try to Microwave Them[SIZE=-1]
    [SIZE=-1]I think that should be: [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=-1]US Notes Explode When You Try to Microwave Them - Doh![SIZE=-1]
    [SIZE=-1][SIZE=-1]In any case, unless they were personalised what would be the point? [/SIZE][/SIZE]
    [SIZE=-1][SIZE=-1]Seems another stupid story about the so-called dangers of RFID.
  7. earthmother

    earthmother senior weirdo

    I'm sure that the police and FBI would very MUCH like to be able to track money for "drug war" purposes.

    Did-ja know you can take those strips OUT of the bills without damaging the bills? I know folks who have removed a lot of them, just fer shits and giggles.

    If you're worried about being tracked thru money, I hear keeping it wrapped in tin foil foils the scanners. Don't laugh. It probably works.
  8. mamaKCita

    mamaKCita fucking stupid.

    don't forget your rubber gloves and galloshes.
  9. odon

    odon Slightly Popular

    They do. Either with insiders/informers/under-cover agents or by the serial No.s.


    In this paper we analyze the anonymity of banknote based payments. We show how to model intermediary-chains and present statistical methods that can be used by banks to extract information on the length of the chain from deposited banknotes. If the bank has discovered a chain of length zero, the anonymity of the payment is immediately revoked. To protect against such deanonymizations, customers have to be very careful when spending banknotes.

    530 F.2d 821
    UNITED STATES of America, Appellee,
    Arthur C. LACEY, Appellant.
    No. 75--1461.
    United States Court of Appeals,
    Eighth Circuit.
    Submitted Nov. 14, 1975.
    Decided March 3, 1976.
    Rehearing Denied April 1, 1976.

    At the time of the deposit of the currency, a DEA agent recorded the serial number of each bill on the relevant inventory slip in the property room. Subsequently, DEA agents discovered from the inventory slip that serial numbers of two of the $20 bills taken into custody matched those of the 'buy money' given Jackson for her purchases from Lacey on September 4th and 5th.

    On the basis of this information, Lacey was indicted on October 24, 1974, on two counts of distribution of heroin in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1). A pretrial evidentiary hearing was held on Lacey's motion to suppress the use in evidence of the currency seized by the DEA agents. The District Court1 orally indicated that the motion was conditionally denied subject of reconsideration in light of evidence adduced at trial, and it did not subsequently alter this determination. At trial, the government introduced the inventory slip and the reports of the DEA which listed the serial numbers of the 'buy money'.

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