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[edit] The site

GPDMCU is the website for the Gotham Police Major Crimes Unit.

[edit] Major Crimes Unit

The Gotham Major Crimes unit was organized to deal with Gotham’s most serious crimes. The Narrows Attacks and the recent mob violence revealed that Gotham needed someone with the authority across departments to coordinate swift and effective response to complex criminal activities. The Gotham Major Crimes Unit is a special arm of the Gotham Police Department that tackles criminal activities of a complex or sensitive nature. Investigations will be assigned to the GMCU if the Police Commissioner determines that:

• They are likely to be highly complicated and long reaching investigations (involving for example exceptionally large sums of money, or a complex network of criminal activity involving multiple criminals and types of crime.)

• They require an unusual scope of activity or response (for example, the recent Fear Toxin disaster.

The Gotham Major Crimes unit is organized for interdepartmental cooperation and rapid mobilization. It combines experts from several departments, including homicide, vice and crime scene investigation. Its head quarters include the latest in sophisticated crime investigation.

[edit] News

New Head of GPMCU

Lieutenant James Gordon has been tapped to head this unit. Long recognized as an exemplary officer, Gordon has an unblemished reputation for fairness and honesty. Police Commissioner Loeb says, "With the establishment of the new Gotham Major Crimes Unit, we join the ranks of the major cities of this country and the world in modern police strategies and tactics."

[edit] Contact

Email: contact@gpdmcu.com

Sending an email results in:

Thank you for contacting Gotham Police Department’s Major Crimes Unit.

If this is regarding a major crime, we will route your email to the correct individual and follow up the lead.

If this is regarding a minor crime, please contact another unit.

Thank you.

[edit] July 10, 2008

After the countdown ended on Whysoserious.com/Overture, Gpdmcu.com was "Jokerized," along with nearly every other site in the game.

[edit] Delos

[edit] April 18

An email is sent from Jim Gordon <jim.gordon@gpdmcu.com> and received by participants were "caught" via Acmesecuritysystems/delos:

It's Time.

My friend,

Indictments are about to be handed down. If you don't want your name on one, we'll need your full cooperation in an upcoming operation.

In case you haven't heard, we are struggling with a bit of corruption in the department. I'm not about to let the Gotham PD collapse in on itself, so we're taking action. We've identified a group of offenders that need to be apprehended. Problem is, most of these cops are hightailing it out of the city. But a C.I. just like you just gave us some information on their last known whereabouts. Now all we need is to catch them. This is where you come in.

Consider yourself on deck. I'll contact you next week, and let’s just say it's in your best interest to play along. County's not a place you want to spend the rest of your life.

Lt. Jim Gordon, MCU

Note: C.I. is "confidential informant."


[edit] Operation Slipknot

[edit] April 23

An email is sent from James Gordon to "C.I's" caught via Acmesecuritysystems/delos:

OK friend, you’re up to bat now. You have yourself a new assignment: Operation Slipknot.


"Operation Slipknot" was a hunt for GPD officers who had been issued arrest warrants due to their involvement with Concerned Citizens for a Better Gotham. Mugshots were featured on the site, and clicking on them resulted in details about their identity.



The participant is meant to call the concierge at the Gotham Intercontinental Hotel (1 866 306 5589) and tell the concierge they are the officer in question (giving the reference number), and that their travel plans have changed so the package needs to be forwarded as soon as possible. The concierge will ask for a mailing address. The participant is then told that a package will be sent overnight to them, addressed to the participant "in care of." The participant's phone number is also requested in case there's an issue with the package.


After all packages were intercepted, a message popped up:

EXCELLENT WORK!

Good work. It looks like all of the packages have been intercepted.

Our informants should be receiving this critical evidence early tomorrow morning.

GPD needs the information in the packages to be uploaded AS SOON AS IT IS RECEIVED.

Time is of the essence. Do not let these suspects escape the long arm of Gotham City justice at the last minute. Upload the information immediately.


[edit] Submit

If you have received a package, enter any pertinent intel on your subject here: the confirmation # of their ticket, the last name of the alias they're traveling under, and the city they're flying to. If everything checks out, we'll forward it so that appropriate action can be taken.

CONFIRMATION #:

LAST NAME THE SUSPECT IS TRAVELLING UNDER:

DESTINATION CITY:

[edit] Assignment

OPERATION SLIPKNOT

Gotham Police Major Crimes Unit, in cooperation with the GPD Internal Affairs Division, needs you to help track down numerous offenders that are fugitives from justice. Interestingly, we’ve tracked all of these individuals to the same last known location: Gotham Intercontinental Hotel. But we don’t know where they’ve gone from there.

Call the hotel and convince the concierge to ship you a certain package that’s been sent there for each fugitive. Use the provided intel and whatever means you can to convince him that you’re the intended recipient, your travel plans have changed, and he needs to send the package to you. Once received, you should have all you need to fill in the blanks as to that fugitive’s location.

We will add details about additional fugitives as they become available. Time is of the essence, as we have only a short time before the trail runs cold. Your cooperation in this operation will go a long way. Good luck.


[edit] Intel

3/23/08 04:39

Joseph Candoloro

You should have received your duplicate care packages by now. If not, contact the concierge at the Intercontinental and have him forward you your original package (reference #'s, as always, the total number of letters in your name followed by your last name shifted forward one letter, like 15DBOEPMPSP). He's been instructed to send no-questions-asked if these ref #'s are used. Do NOT contact me.

Bon Voyage!

[edit] April 24

As informants began to receive their packages, the Assignment section was updated:

OPERATION SLIPKNOT

Within the last twenty-four hours, many of your colleagues intercepted packages intended for the 30 fugitives pictured here.

These informants are now receiving this critical evidence.

MCU is standing by. We need the information in the packages to be uploaded AS SOON AS IT IS RECEIVED. We will process the information and implement our final apprehension/extradition plans by 6:00 pm.

Time is of the essence. Do not let these suspects escape the long arm of Gotham City justice at the last minute. Upload the information immediately.

[edit] Participants

List of posters at Superhero Hype! who are receiving packages:

  • Verdammt from Dallas/Fort Worth area has Claussen (From Atlanta, GA to Moscow, Russia)
  • RawWulf from Raleigh, NC has Rosenthal
  • Andrizzle, in Madison, WI but using a Southern California area code (951) has DeVillino (From St. Louis, MO to Dusseldorf, Germany)
  • zbhbatman from Muncie, IN has Ramon (From Dallas, TX to Berlin, Germany)
  • Terry from Kalamazoo, MI has Zeller (From Las Vegas, NV to St. Petersburg, Russia)
  • adhokk7 from Irvine, CA has Ahmad (From Miami, FL to Melbourne, Australia)
  • AzBat from Poteau, OK has Ladd (From Philadelphia, PA to Bogota, Columbia)
  • gobrutus from Columbus, OH has Chaplin (destination: Istanbul, Turkey)
  • Ragdoll0138 from Phoenix, AZ has Dambrosio UPDATE: He has verified that he has received the package. Unfortunately he was unable to submit the information to the website.
  • upsincefour has Scharf (From Pittsburgh, PA to San Paulo, Brazil)
  • Tannim from Warren, MI has Breton (From Tokyo, Japan to Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic)

For a complete list of all participants with cell phones check the list at Whysoserious.com/cellphonelist.

Once the participant has received the package and submitted the information, the status of their officer changes to "Moving to Apprehend."

[edit] Package

The Fedex envelope contains the corresponding officer's driver's license, foreign language book (for the officer's destination), Joker card, a cell phone, several bearer bonds, and a letter containing an itinerary.

Andrizzle's entire package
Andrizzle's entire package
Andrizzle's cell phone with language book
Andrizzle's cell phone with language book
Andrizzle's Joker card inside language book
Andrizzle's Joker card inside language book
Fake ID and Letter from Joseph Candoloro
Fake ID and Letter from Joseph Candoloro
Envelope from Kinsly Travel
Envelope from Kinsly Travel
Letter from Kinsly Travel
Letter from Kinsly Travel
Itinerary from Kinsly Travel
Itinerary from Kinsly Travel
Bearer Bond from Gotham National Bank
Bearer Bond from Gotham National Bank
Letter from Joseph Candoloro

Dear Sgt. DeVillino,
I hope you get this package before heading to the airport because it contains valuable resources that will help on your "vacation." Enclosed, please find an itinerary, the necessary travel ID, 25 grand in bearer bonds and a German dictionary.

REMEMBER: Stay out of sight until further notice. Who knows how long it will be before we can get Dent out of the picture and bring some order back to Gotham?

Regards,
Joseph Candoloro

Letter from Kinsly Travel

Thank you for choosing Kinsly Travel.

We hope your trip will be one to remember. Enclosed is a detailed itinerary, complete witih flight number(s), departure time(s) and a confirmation code. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach us at our website: www.kinslytravel.com

Safe travels,
--The support team at Kinsly Travel, Inc.

Itinerary template

This email contains Ticketless Travel information and is being sent to you at the request of the Purchaser, Passenger, or individual responsible for arranging this air travel.

  Listed:
     Confirmation number
     Passenger (ie participant name)
     Itinerary information (Date, Airline/Flight, Routing details)

* * This is an itinerary only and is not considered a receipt. * *


Important Check-in Requirement
Passengers who do not obtain a boarding pass and are not present and available for boarding in the departure gate area at least 10 minutes prior to schedule departure time (or 45 minutes if on an international flight) may have their reserved space cancelled and will not be eligible for denied boarding compensation.

Kinsly Travel Notice of Incorporated Terms
Air transportation is subject to the specific airline's Passenger Contract of Carriage, the terms of which are incorporated by reference.

Bearer Bond (from Wayne Industries)

This Bond, issued under the Gotham Fiduciary Act of 1997, entitles its holder to the amount listed above, plus any interest accrued therein. All moneys are charged against the revenues of Wayne Industries LLC

BEARER BOND FROM GOTHAM NATIONAL BANK..........5,000 U.S. DOLLAR NOTE
The owner of this document may redeem it for the cash value specified above under the terms of the 1997 Gotham Fiduciary Act. Any interest accredited after the date of issue shall also be payable to the bearer. Gotham National Bank and its subsidiaries verify the value of these proposed transactions, unless this note has been defaced, altered, or tampered with in any way since its initial printing.

[edit] Result

At 6pm EDT, the home page was updated to show a new message:

EXCELLENT WORK!

It looks like we're close to apprehending all suspects. Please stand by...

At 7:30pm EDT, the home page was again updated:

EXCELLENT WORK!

Operation Slipknot is complete. Even though three suspects remain at large, your work represents a huge step forward in cleaning up our beloved city.

The fugitives are being arrested, handcuffed, and extradited back to Gotham for prosecution.

Doesn't it feel better to be on the right side of the law for once?

Thanks to you, Gotham can hold its head high once again. But do me one favor... stay out of trouble.


Clicking each apprehended officer's photo also pulls up a report of how they were caught:

Ronald Ladd
Sex:M
Hair: Brn
Eyes: Grn
Ht: 6-1
Wt:230

After commandeering InterGlobal flight #3758 upon its arrival in Bogota, the Columbian police questioned all 83 passengers on board before successfully identifying ex-Gotham sergeant Ronald Ladd. Ladd was on the run and utilizing the alias "Erik Nigh" to escape his past. He is currently being charged with various counts of consorting with mobsters and embezzlement.

Brian Chaplin
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Hz
Ht:5-11
Wt:210

Just after 1 pm (local time in Turkey), Brian Chaplin was taking into custody for the various crimes he had committed while on the Gotham police force. Fleeing from Vancouver to Istanbul, Chaplin assumed the identity "Steven Garceau," but he couldn't fool the Major Crimes Unit. Working with various operatives on the ground, M.C.U. headed Chaplin off at the pass, tipping off Turkish authorities as to his impending arrival on Gotham Atlantic Air flight #4589. He was unwilling to make any comment to the Istanbul police at the time of his arrest.

Thomas Bonnett
Sex:M
Hair:Red
Eyes:Bl
Ht:5-7
Wt:240

Thomas Bonnett, a former sergeant in the Gotham Police Department, was arrested at the Casablanca Mohamed V airport at 10:54 pm last night. Covered in sweat, beer and mustard stains, Bonnett proclaimed his innocence to all that would listen, shouting, "I was framed, I swear! My name is Guy Pelt!" The Gotham Major Crimes Unit has had a warrant out for Bonnett's arrest ever since they discovered his involvement with several unsolved burglary cases from last November.

James Lemus
Sex:M
Hair:Blk
Eyes:Grn
Ht:5-8
Wt:250

An anonymous tipster alerted the Major Crimes Unit to the fact that ex-Gotham cop James Lemus was attempting to go on the lam. Traveling under the name "Lonnie Keithley," Lemus was apprehended the instant he disembarked from Transcontinental Air flight #4257 to Dublin. Rolling his eyes, the corrupt former cop exclaimed, "Is this about that evidence I swiped from the locker?" Unfortunately for Lemus, authorities were previously unaware of said evidence, but it will be added to his list of alleged offenses.

Wayne Breton
Sex:M
Hair:Blk
Eyes:Grn
Ht:5-8
Wt:120

When Sgt. Wayne Breton arrived in Santo Domingo yesterday morning at 9:37, he was greeted by a squad of Dominican police. Working off of instructions fro Gotham's Major Crimes Unit, these officers were able to identify Breton based on the seat assignment he had booked under the pseudonym "Ty Trumbauer." Breton gave up without a fight, asking to call his lawyer and then his wife.

Ralph Pittman
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Bl
Ht:5-10
Wt:200

In a career filled with shady deals and back-alley payoffs, Lieutenant Ralph Pittman's rollercoaster ride of corruption finally came to the end of the line today. His American Pacific Air flight landed in Manila at 5:57 pm, Philippines time, at which point he was arrested by the local police force. His apprehension is thanks, in large part, to the efforts of some covert operatives working in conjunction with Gotham's Major Crimes Unit.

Larry Kennon
Sex:M
Hair:Gry
Eyes:Grn
Ht:5-11
Wt:280

After evading the law for several weeks, Larry Kennon was arrested at the Cairo International airport at 15:35 local time. Kennon did not go quietly, screaming, "I'm an American! I'm an American!" repeatedly until he was subdued by Egyptian police officials. No word as to the status of his court case, which includes several counts of police brutality.

Nathan Scarf
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Bl
Ht:6-0
Wt:210

When Nathan Scharf arrived at the San Paulo Guarulhos International on Gotham Air flight #3798, he was immediately confronted by several armed Brazilian policemen. Scharf dropped his bags and placed his hands behind his head, repeating the Lord's prayer over and over to himself in a frantic whisper. Once back in Gotham, Scharf faces seven counts of bribery and consorting with the mob.

Timothy Messick
Sex:M
Ht:5-11
Hair:Brn
Wt:190
Eyes:Brn

Traveling under the name "Clayton Goldberger," former Gotham sergeant Timothy Messick was arrested at the Beijing airport at approximately 2:30 pm. Messick threw an empty bottle at one Chinese official before hauling back his fist to throw a punch, but his outburst was immediately quelled by the baton of a quick-witted Beijing cop. In addition to these latest instances of fraud and assault, Messick faces several outstanding charges back in Gotham.

Kevin Tatro
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Brn
Ht:6-1
Wt:170

The passengers of Transcontinental Airlines flight #3547 were treated to an unusual show of justice last night as corrupt Gotham officer Kevin Tatro was arrested on the tarmac of the Jorge Chavez International airport. While the rest of the travelers were asked to remain in their seats, Tatro was escorted off of the plane, shoved to the ground and searched by Peruvian officials. It seems as though his long and varied history of gun-running, racketeering and dog fighting has finally caught up with Tatro.

Ernest Ahmad
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Grn
Ht:5-5
Wt:130

At 12:45 pm, ex-Gotham cop Sgt. Ernest Ahmad was stopped at the Melbourne International airport for questioning. Nervous and incoherent, Ahmad claimed to be one "Erik Ikeda" - he even had the fake passport to prove it. Unfortunately for him, our sources tracked down Ahmad's other fake ID and several thousand dollars in bearer bonds, verifying his link to mob lawyer Joseph Candoloro. Ernest Ahmad is one of several dozen former officers now awaiting trial in Gotham.

Frank Caines
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Grn
Ht:5-8
Wt:300

While en route to Adelaide on American Pacific Air flight #4265, exiled police officer Frank Caines was finally proven to be the man who tampered with evidence in a string of convenience store robbery trials last summer. Once on the ground, Australian authorities read Caines his rights, prompting him to break into tears and plead for his mother. He is currently being transported back to Gotham at the time of this report.

Joe Addington
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Brn
Ht:5-10
Wt:200

It was an ugly scene last night at the Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas, Venezuela, when local police attempted to arrest shamed Gotham officer Joe Addington. Upon being confronted, Addington started throwing punches, landing a few squarely before receiving a 50,000 volt shock courtesy of a Caracas Metropolitan Police taser gun. The jolt left him unconscious, making it easy for the Venezuelan authorities to put Addington on a plane back to Gotham.

Juan Peterson
Sex:M
Hair:Blnd
Eyes:Grn
Ht:5-11
Wt:180

Bystanders from all over the Arturo Merino Benitez airport were shaken yesterday when maniacal laughter suddenly erupted in the main terminal. It was the sound of former Gotham police captain Juan Peterson being arrested by Santiago officials due to a helpful tip by a concerned citizen. "You'll be hearing from my lawyer!" guffawed Peterson as they carted him away. Once back in Gotham, he faces charges of perjury and police misconduct.

Craig Arndt
Sex:M
Hair:Blnd
Eyes:Bl
Ht:5-10
Wt:200

After receiving word from a diligent citizen, the Major Crimes Unit alerted German police to the fact that Craig Arndt was headed for the Frankfurt International airport on Gotham Atlantic Air flight #8236. Touching down on 07:02 local time, the flight was delayed on the runway in order to allow the authorities to board the plane and escort Arndt into custody before he could attempt another escape. He was sound asleep at the time of his arrest.

Sean Handley
Sex:M
Hair:Blnd
Eyes:Hz
Ht:6-1
Wt:240

Suspected mob conspirator Sgt. Sean Handley was apprehended just before midnight. Singapore Standard Time, while traveling under the pseudonym "Ross Twiggs." When the local authorities approached Handley, he pretended that he could not hear them, walking swiftly toward the cabstand. Before he could evade the police, however, he was arrested and extradited back to Gotham, where he will face numerous drug running charges.

Keith Walters
Sex:M
Hair:Blk
Eyes:Brn
Ht:5-11
Wt:190

When former Gotham police officer Keith Walters arrived at the Nagoya Chubu Centrair International airport, he was in for quite a surprise. Four armed men greeted Walters at the gate and immediately demanded that he lie on the ground. When he complied, the authorities searched Walters, who had booked the flight under an assumed name, and found several thousand dollars in laundered money on his person. He will await trial for conspiracy and embezzlement charges once back in Gotham.

Aaron Zeller
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Grn
Ht:6-1
Wt:230

After years of taking bribe money, lying on the witness stand and consorting with known criminals, crooked cop Aaron Zeller was finally brought to justice at 2:38 pm, local Russian time. Assuming the alias "Nelson Battey," Zeller flew from Las Vegas to St. Petersburg to escape his sordid Gotham past, but the law caught up with him. Thanks to an anonymous tip, the Major Crimes Unit was able to head Zeller off at the pass and alert the local authorities of his travel plans before he had even landed on Russian soil.

Dale Normand
Sex:M
Hair:Gry
Eyes:Bl
Ht:5-11
Wt:235

At 10:15 local Finnish time, former Gotham police officer Dale Normand was apprehended by the Helsinki authorities. Looking confused and dejected, Normand asked, "What's this all about?" before he was handcuffed and placed into custody. He has been cited with three counts of bribery, having taken money from known members of the mob before fleeing the United States. Thanks to an anonymous tip, the Major Crimes Unit was able to head him off at the Helsinki-Vantaa airport.

Eugent Winchell
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Brn
Ht:5-8
Wt:180

Eugene Winchell was arrested at the Hong Kong International airport this morning, traveling under the assumed name "Alan Thibeault." Upon seeing members of the Hong Kong Police Force approaching him, Winchell broke into tears and fell to his knees. The suspect was then unable to walk himself to the squad car, necessitating the officers to carry him the majority of the way. Once he is back in Gotham, Winchell will be tried on conspiracy and racketeering charges.

Xavier Freemander
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Brn
Ht:6-2
Wt:210

Authorities apprehended Sgt. Xavier Freemander at 14:57 Central European Standard Time (CET) after he disembarked from a plane at the Prague Ruzyne airport. After a cursory exchange of dialogue, Freemander gave himself up willingly, refusing to speak to the Czech police until consulting his lawyer back in Gotham. He faces possible jail time for obstruction of justice due to his repeated tampering with evidence in mob-related cases.

Vern Stephenson
Sex:M
Hair:Gry
Eyes:Brn
Ht:5-10
Wt:180

When ousted Gotham police officer Vern Stevenson landed at the Seoul Incheon International airport at 11:32 am, he was immediately swarmed by members of the NPA (Korea's National Police Agency). Traveling under the alias "Chet Doan," Stevenson merely whispered, "Why?" repeatedly as he was taken into custody. His lawyers were unwilling to comment on the case or his pending perjury trial.

Joe Rosenthal
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Grn
Ht:5-9
Wt:180

The Indian Police Service apprehended Joe Rosenthal earlier today as he attempted to evade the various corruption charges filed against him with the Gotham Major Crimes Unit. Arriving at the Bangalore Hindustan airport drunk, tired and reeking of stale goat cheese, Rosenthal exclaimed, "But, my name is Bobby Marotta. Look, I got an ID." However, the suspect was unable to produce sufficient identification to clear his name, prompting officials to extradite him back to Gotham, where he will face two counts of bribing

Roy Claussen
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Grn
Ht:5-10
Wt:220

At 02:28 Moscow Daylight Time, Gotham native Roy Claussen was spotted emerging from Transcontinental flight #1263. Russian authorities approached Claussen, who immediately broke into a sprint through the Domodedovo main terminal before getting tackled by three local officers. Only time will tell if he will also try to outrun the legal charges facing him back in Gotham.

Mary Ellen DeVillino
Sex:F
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Bl
Ht:5-6
Wt:112

The German police caught Sgt. Mary Ellen DeVillino at 2:40 am this morning when she arrived at the Dusseldorf International airport. Dressed in a floral skirt and matching blouse, DeVillino looked like she was ready to hit the town, but her plans were cut short when she was taken into custody for several counts of obstruction of justice. Acting annoyed and belligerent, DeVillino took a half-hearted swipe at one of the German officers as he applied the handcuffs, but her feeble attempt at rebellion didn't even break the skin.

Thomas Ramon
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Brn
Ht:6-1
Wt:170

Traveling under the pseudonym "Steven Kushner," former Gotham cop Thomas Ramon was apprehended at the Berlin Tempelhof airport at 14:03 today. The Major Crimes Unit has been following Ramon's case for months due to his alleged fraternalization with key members of the Gambol mob syndicate and, thanks to a tip from a concerned citizen, they finally got the chance to take him down. Upon being seized by the German police, Ramon merely nodded solemnly and cooperated with his impending arrest.

Jason Tabagiani
Sex:M
Hair:Brn
Eyes:Bl
Ht:5-10
Wt:240

After trekking from Los Angeles to Milan, Sgt. Jason Tabagiani's journey of corruption came to an abrupt end. Italian armed police greeted Tabagiani at the airport, where he instinctively reached for his gun to face of with them, only to realize that he was weaponless, as he was traveling as a civilian by the name of "Shawn Bybee." This act of aggression does not bode well for his upcoming Gotham trial, in which he must defend himself on an outstanding charge of police brutality.

Soon after, a call was received by all participants from James Gordon. A Zshare recording of the call can be downloaded here.

transcript

A text message from humanresources@whysoserious.com was also received by these new participants, leading to Whysoserious.com/Itsallpartoftheplan.

[edit] June 20

Another email from Jim Gordon is sent to the Delos informants:

To all MCU personnel,

With the probe into money laundering operations of the Gotham mobs well underway, I wanted to thank you for all your hard work and ask you all to keep your eyes open.

We all know that the mob can be quite ingenious when it comes to money laundering schemes. MCU must be just as ingenious in trying to root these schemes out.

Please, in your everyday life – as well as your work on the job – keep a lookout for anything out of the ordinary that may signal a money laundering scheme. Overheard conversations, suspicions of stores you frequent, etc. Everything is fodder for this critical investigation.

If you have any leads, tips, or information that can help the Major Crimes Unit crack this murky network of banks, businesses, and the people who run them, do not hesitate to contact me.

Thanks.
Jim


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