‚ÄúPlunder and Patronage in the Heart of Central Asia‚Äù exposes a massive outflow of dark money from Kyrgyzstan, one of the world's poorest nations. Reporters revealed how, over the span of five years, more than $700 million were funnelled out of the country ‚Äî and across the world ‚Äî by a single man: a self-confessed money launderer named Aierken Saimaiti. Saimaiti was murdered during the course of the reporting. But before his death, he provided reporters with a trove of documents that enabled them to piece together where this money came from, how it was moved abroad, and where much of it ended up.
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