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Fri Jan 12, 2018, 07:28 PM

 

Former President of Maryland-Based transport company indicted on 11 counts/Russia-Nuclear Fuel


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Reply Former President of Maryland-Based transport company indicted on 11 counts/Russia-Nuclear Fuel (Original post)
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Response to Wwcd (Original post)

Fri Jan 12, 2018, 07:57 PM

1. Pile ON, Mr. Mueller! And whoever else wants to join in!! FLYNN, eh?! HOT DAMN!

Meanwhile, just ran across this, from Jan. 9...does it “mean” anything? No idea, of course, but this is a shit ton of bad hombres, non?:

Nearly 170 arrested in anti-mafia operation in Italy and Germany

Philip Pullella

ROME (Reuters) - Nearly 170 people, including mayors, businessmen and local administrators, were arrested on Tuesday in a large anti-mafia blitz in Italy and Germany against clan members who controlled restaurants, garbage collection and funeral services.

Police and investigators told a news conference that most of the arrests, which totalled 169 by early afternoon, were carried out in the southern Italian region of Calabria, base of the ‘Ndrangheta crime group. More could be apprehended, they said.

In recent years the ‘Ndrangheta has overtaken the Cosa Nostra, or Sicilian mob, in drugs and arms trafficking and extortion rackets, extending its tentacles into northern Europe, the United States and Canada.

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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-italy-germany-mafia/nearly-170-arrested-in-anti-mafia-operation-in-italy-and-germany-idUSKBN1EY0JI

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Fri Jan 12, 2018, 08:16 PM

2. Nuclear power/fuel has always been a prime environment for money laundering

because of the absolute lack of restraint on costs and the intimate involvement of government subsidy.

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