Eurojust helps dismantle pimping and money laundering network

EPA/FELIPE TRUEBA

Fake Euro notes hang on a washing line during a protest action against money laundering in front of the Parliament offices in Berlin, Germany, 24 April 2017. Various associations call for an improvement in the law as they demonstrate before the finance committee debates on the implementation of the European guidelines on money laundery. According to them the German Federal law is lax on tax evasion and corruption.

Eurojust helps dismantle pimping and money laundering network


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Eurojust actively supported the national authorities of 15 countries in taking down an organised crime group involved in pimping and money laundering.
In a joint investigation team with Spain, Finland and Sweden, almost €0.5 million in cash, as well as equipment, illegal assets, such as luxury items, false documentation, and cryptocurrencies were seized, and several web domains were confiscated. The main suspects were arrested in Malta, Romania and Finland.

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