How the City launders the narco-trafficking revenues
The mafia problem is often underestimated by Britons. That's because the City manages its business, not its legwork.
In UK the mafia doesn't kill judges, priests or journalists. But UK, coupled with Austria, is the major place where the cartels are managing their laundering business.
In the interview I released to Channel 4 I pointed out the reasons why the English can't ignore this problem anymore: the ties between the narco-trafficking and London Business Districts are tangible.
Public opinion, like everyone else, seems to prefer to turn a blind eye on the subject regardless. And tends to believe that the mafias are exclusively a South Europe problem. Nothing further from the truth.