1994-08-12 - Re: e$ & Reporting Cash Trans

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From: Rick Busdiecker <rfb@lehman.com>
To: binski@u.washington.edu
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UTC Datetime: 1994-08-12 03:35:37 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 11 Aug 94 20:35:37 PDT

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From: Rick Busdiecker <rfb@lehman.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 94 20:35:37 PDT
To: binski@u.washington.edu
Subject: Re: e$ & Reporting Cash Trans
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    From: binski@u.washington.edu
    Date: Thu, 11 Aug 1994 16:28:56 -0700 (PDT)

    I think it was a high-level court ruling that essentially said
    it's perfectly ok to intentionally structure cash transfers to
    avoid the $10,000 reporting requirement.  That's all I recall.

No.  What was at issue was whether the prosecution was required and/or
able to demonstrate the defendant's intent to circumvent the reporting
requirements.  If the defendant had admitted such an intent, there
would not have been a case.