60 Minutes: Nov 28

This Sunday, Nick McKenzie on more money laundering & Tom Steinfort on the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.

On 60 Minutes Nick McKenzie looks at another sector of the gambling industry where he has discovered more disturbing criminal activity.

Dirty Money
Give or take a few billion, Australians spend a quarter of a trillion dollars a year gambling. It’s such a staggering amount that there’s surprise the gaming industry is targeted by organised crime. The big casino operators, Crown Resorts and The Star, long denied there was a serious problem until reporter Nick McKenzie exposed their links to some of the biggest crooks in the country. Now, in a special investigation by 60 Minutes, The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, McKenzie has turned his attention to a different sector of the gambling industry where he has discovered more disturbing criminal activity – blatant money laundering on a grand scale.
Reporter: Nick McKenzie
Producer: Joel Tozer

He might be wealthy beyond belief, and lead a life of extreme privilege, but the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salmon, is also a ruthless control freak who places no value on the lives of those who question him. Ordinarily, an insult like that would be enough to cause an international incident, but it’s exactly what the CIA found following its top-secret investigation into the death of Jamal Khashoggi. The recently declassified report is damning, saying the outspoken journalist was assassinated, and his body dismembered, at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, in an operation ordered by bin Salmon. As Tom Steinfort reports, this was savagery that stunned the world.
Reporter: Tom Steinfort
Producer: Thea Dikeos

8:40pm Sunday on Nine.

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