Once I was sat opposite the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, at the Cabinet table in Whitehall, London; years later I was working with his brother, Bill, in UlaanBataar, Mongolia. When I joined the Metropolitan Police as a constable in 1985 these improbable events lay in the future. In between an unexpected policing revolution happened.
This site contains some Traveller’s Tales, some Reviews, but mostly explains the Jargon and History of money laundering and international crime to the non-expert reader. If you have half an idea that bad money drives current affairs, global politics and corruption then this site might give you the other half of the puzzle.