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Investors scramble to recoup money from 23-year-old 'Crypto King' who allegedly owes $35 million
Crime · Whitby

Investors scramble to recoup money from 23-year-old 'Crypto King' who allegedly owes $35 million

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Aiden Pleterski, 23, owes at least $35 million to investors, but only about $2 million of his assets have been recouped, documents show. More than 150 investors who handed over a collective $20 million to Aiden Plepperski and his company AP Private Equity Limited, are now working with fraud recovery lawyer Norman Groot to get their money back. On Aug. 9, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice declared Pleter's company bankrupt. Only $2.2 million worth of assets has been seized, including $32,000 worth of jewellery.See the Story
Spanish police arrests head of big European money-laundering ring
Europe · Málaga

Spanish police arrests head of big European money-laundering ring

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An Irishman accused of being "one of Europe's biggest money launderers" and a member of the Kinahan crime cartel has been remanded in custody in Spain. The suspect is understood to be Johnny Morrissey, a 62-year-old Irish passport holder, who was arrested in Malaga on Monday.See the Story
50 million trapped in modern slavery due to pandemic, war, climate crisis, report finds
Europe · New York

50 million trapped in modern slavery due to pandemic, war, climate crisis, report finds

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An estimated 50 million people worldwide are believed to be victims of forced marriage and forced labor -- up 25% from the last estimate in 2016 -- according to a new report published Monday by the International Labour Organization (ILO), Walk Free and the International Organisation for Migration. More than half of all forced labour occurred in either upper-middle income or high-income countries. The report made mention of Qatar, which has faced widespread allegations of labour rights violations relating to migrants working there.See the Story

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