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March 18, 2017

QUOTE: After the breakdown of the Soviet Union in 1991 the economy in the new Russia was so poor, that reform economist Jegor Gajdar by the end of the year decided to hire the American detective agency Kroll in order to search for the state’s much missing money. Kroll reported back, that high level figures in the Communist Party youth organization Komsomol, the army, the KGB, and the state banks had created thousands of offshore accounts, real estate and other offshore companies. And there was the money.END OF QUOTE

SOURCE: Page 158-159 of the Danish book “Jan Bonde Nielsen Afsløret” (Jan Bonde Nielsen Revealed). The authors are a team concisting of two Danish journalists Birgitte Dyrekilde and Michael Teschl.


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