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Anti-fraud police boasted of seizing record £30m from scammer but told to hand it back


Anti-fraud police boasted of seizing a record £30million from scammer only to hand it back.

City of London Police hailed it as the ‘biggest ever seizure’ by a UK law enforcement agency and told of taking ‘criminal proceeds out of the UK economy’.

The revelation about the return of the money came in extradition hearings for Christopher Hamilton, a 64-year-old British financier who is appealing against a UK court’s decision that he can be sent to the United States.

According to court documents, the father of three was suspected of laundering tens of millions of dollars stolen from investors in OneCoin, a cryptocurrency launched by Bulgarian businesswoman Ruja Ignatova.

According to court documents, father of three Christopher Hamilton was laundering tens of millions of dollars stolen from investors in OneCoin, a cryptocurrency launched by Bulgarian businesswoman Ruja Ignatova (pictured)

According to court documents, father of three Christopher Hamilton was laundering tens of millions of dollars stolen from investors in OneCoin, a cryptocurrency launched by Bulgarian businesswoman Ruja Ignatova (pictured) 

Known as the Cryptoqueen, she is on the FBI’s most-wanted list after vanishing…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

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