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According to Congressman Ed. Whitfield's 2000 personal financial disclosure Ed. Whitfield bought Riggs Bank stock and it appears Ed. Whitfield bought the stock just before Jonathan Bush, George W. Bush's uncle, was appointed CEO of Riggs Bank's investment arm in May of 2000, just months after George W. Bush secured the presidential nomination.
This is the bank that was fined $25 million, 2004, for violating anti-money laundering laws in its handling of tens of millions in cash transactions in Saudi-controlled accounts with possible links to terrorism financing. This same bank also that also helped Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet hide millions of dollars in assets from international prosecutors while he was under house arrest in Britain after an indictment in Spain on charges of (crimes against humanity). Riggs Bank admitted it was criminally liable for failing to take adequate measures to prevent potential money laundering by former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and officials of Equatorial Guinea and was fined $16 million.
According to Congressman Ed. Whitfield's 2006 personal financial disclosure (the best I can tell, because the Schedule IV-Transaction Form doesn't appear to have all the information requested on the form) Ed. Whitfield sold off his Riggs Bank assets September, 9 2006.