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SECTION 470.23
Money laundering in support of terrorism in the second degree
Penal (PEN) CHAPTER 40, PART 4, TITLE X, ARTICLE 470
§ 470.23 Money laundering in support of terrorism in the second degree.

A person is guilty of money laundering in support of terrorism in the
second degree when:

1. Knowing that the property involved in one or more financial
transactions represents either the proceeds of an act of terrorism as
defined in subdivision one of section 490.05 of this part, or a monetary
instrument given, received or intended to be used to support a violation
of article four hundred ninety of this part:

(a) he or she conducts one or more such financial transactions which
in fact involve either the proceeds of an act of terrorism as defined in
subdivision one of section 490.05 of this part, or a monetary instrument
given, received or intended to be used to support a violation of article
four hundred ninety of this part:

(i) With intent to:

(A) promote the carrying on of specified criminal conduct; or

(B) engage in conduct constituting a felony as set forth in section
eighteen hundred three, eighteen hundred four, eighteen hundred five, or
eighteen hundred six of the tax law; or

(ii) Knowing that the transaction or transactions in whole or in part
are designed to:

(A) conceal or disguise the nature, the location, the source, the
ownership or the control of either the proceeds of an act of terrorism
as defined in subdivision one of section 490.05 of this part, or a
monetary instrument given, received or intended to be used to support a
violation of article four hundred ninety of this part; or

(B) avoid any transaction reporting requirement imposed by law; and

(b) the total value of the property involved in such financial
transaction or transactions exceeds twenty-five thousand dollars; or

2. Knowing that one or more monetary instruments represent either the
proceeds of an act of terrorism as defined in subdivision one of section
490.05 of this part, or a monetary instrument given, received or
intended to be used to support a violation of article four hundred
ninety of this part:

(a) he or she transports, transmits, or transfers or attempts to
transport, transmit or transfer, on one or more occasions, monetary
instruments which in fact represent either the proceeds of an act of
terrorism as defined in subdivision one of section 490.05 of this part,
or a monetary instrument given, received or intended to be used to
support a violation of article four hundred ninety of this part from a
place in any county in this state to or through a place outside that
county or to a place in any county in this state from or through a place
outside that county:

(i) With intent to promote the carrying on of specified criminal
conduct; or

(ii) Knowing that such transportation, transmittal or transfer is
designed in whole or in part to:

(A) conceal or disguise the nature, the location, the source, the
ownership or the control of either the proceeds of an act of terrorism
as defined in subdivision one of section 490.05 of this part, or a
monetary instrument given, received or intended to be used to support a
violation of article four hundred ninety of this part; or

(B) avoid any transaction reporting requirement imposed by law; and

(b) the total value of such monetary instrument or instruments exceeds
twenty-five thousand dollars; or

3. He or she conducts one or more financial transactions involving
property represented to be either the proceeds of an act of terrorism as
defined in subdivision one of section 490.05 of this part, or a monetary
instrument given, received or intended to be used to support a violation
of article four hundred ninety of this part:

(a) With intent to:

(i) promote the carrying on of specified criminal conduct; or

(ii) conceal or disguise the nature, the location, the source, the
ownership or the control of property believed to be either the proceeds
of an act of terrorism as defined in subdivision one of section 490.05
of this part, or a monetary instrument given, received or intended to be
used to support a violation of article four hundred ninety of this part;
or

(iii) avoid any transaction reporting requirement imposed by law; and

(b) The total value of the property involved in such financial
transaction or transactions exceeds twenty-five thousand dollars.

Money laundering in support of terrorism in the second degree is a
class C felony.