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Richard Smith
Looking fraudy/moneylaundery things up & writing them down, mostly for , sometimes for &
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Richard Smith Feb 18
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OCCRP Feb 18
NEW INVESTIGATION: It’s easy to launder money in the UK — if you know a company formation agent who’s willing to help. With , we tell the story of one man accused of helping move mafia money to London.
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Dan Davies Feb 17
I realise this is flogging a dead horse, but I'm still interested in knowing what Sabisky's *attractive* ideas were. Presumably he didn't put "eugenics, misogyny and Anglo-Catholicism" in the relevant box on the application, so what were the bright ideas that got him hired?
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IRPI Feb 17
Londra, 240 società e 4 indirizzi. L’enigma del professionista italiano che le ha create dei nostri , e su
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IRPI Feb 17
Un nome ricorre in molte delle recenti indagini finanziarie italiane che approdano nel Regno Unito: un professionista che si muove con disinvoltura nella city di Londra. Lui risponde alle attenzione degli inquirenti: “Ero un fiduciario e ho sempre rispettato le leggi”
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Joel Benjamin Feb 16
We live in a golden age of white collar crime
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Adam Sharp Feb 16
A whatchamacallit in different languages: 7. Thingamajig (English) 6. Chingadera (Spanish) 5. Himstergims (Danish) 4. Naninani (Japanese) 3. Zamazingo (Turkish) 2. Dingsbums (German) 1. Huppeldepup (Dutch)
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Richard Smith Feb 16
The Power8 fraud cost Taiwanese investors around $250mn. The Australians did a TV prog on it and its sister scam EuroFX
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Richard Smith Feb 16
Oh, Power8 wasn't a gambling company. It was just a web site, and a sponsorship deal (which was paid for by another fraud).
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Matthew Earl Feb 16
Replying to @Lordshipstrade
Who’s more confused in life?
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UK Defence Journal Feb 16
This is still my favourite news article of all time.
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Richard Smith Feb 14
Replying to @OliverBullough
Definitely my kind of punchup.
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Richard Smith Feb 14
Replying to @OliverBullough
Would sub-lethal faint wheezings be OK instead?
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Richard Smith Feb 14
Replying to @OliverBullough
I withdraw my ahem.
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OCCRP Feb 14
The Dark Money Files () podcast explains the lawsuit against our co-founder, which was recently settled on terms favorable for OCCRP, and how UK libel laws can affect investigative journalism.
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Richard Smith Feb 14
Replying to @OliverBullough
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julie k. brown Feb 13
BREAKING: Miami Herald parent company files for bankruptcy. A very sad day for local news.
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Mark Taber Feb 12
Hi - will you meet me next week (London or Salisbury) to discuss why you maintain you have given 'strong powers to ensure products are regulated effectively and support their efforts to work closely with internet companies' whereas says👇?
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Barbara L. L. Maimone Feb 11
A topic close my heart: is Europe still safe for journalists? 26 March at to discuss journalism safety in reporting organised crime. Great panel with , Pavla Holcova and . Save the date, book your ticket, leave a donation
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James Temperton Feb 11
There's a huge Airbnb scam hiding on the streets of London. I uncovered a network of accounts that had been pumping out fake reviews and fake listings for years. The scam encompasses more than 200 listings, 2,100 reviews. And it's really weird
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