The so-called French comedian Dieudonne is a suspect for money laundering after police raided his Paris home Tuesday and found more than $1 million in cash there and in a theatre he operates.
If charged and convicted, his previous hate crimes, primarily anti-Semitic slurs against Jews, will seem like petty theft, and God willing, his mate messages will be restricted to the confines of prison cell.
French authorities want Dieudonne to pay fines of nearly $100,000 for previous convictions and now think that he was scheming to declare himself bankrupt and that he may be guilty of money laundering.
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