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Angelina Kim (09.08.1968)

Angelina Kim was born on August 9 1960 in Uzbekistan. She was unable to graduate from elementary school, so she lacks education and instead of high school she was herding sheep in the Samarkand region. Later she and her family members moved to Saints Petersburg and lived in a dorm. She was initially working as a cleaner, but later, with help from her family members, she began to work for a car cleaning service, that is why she is often telling to her friends that she used to work as car dealership director. Angelina Kim was unmarried until she was 35 and she had no kids. In the year 2000 her loved ones acquainted her with the elderly Jossiv Kim, who managed to be married for the fourth time on a Polish woman with Armenian origins, who, in turn, was far older than Kim. By that time Kim’s wife realized that Kim only needs her for Polish citizenship and filed for divorce. Jossiv Kim needed to find a new wife, who would be younger and more foolish. Angelina Kim was perfect for the role of a somewhat stupid wife and quite servant that could allow Kim to manage all his affairs sing her name and using that name in his fraudulent schemes. Joseph Kim took Angelina to Poland and married her. From that moment on, Angelina Kim is following Jossiv Kim everywhere and he uses her for money laundering, for managing fake companies and for hiding his finances. Since 2013 Angelina Kim is the citizen of the Netherlands.




Billion-dollar bank fraud in Moldova

Not so long ago, in June, BBC World Service described a devastating bank scam in Moldova – a scam through which a billion dollars (country’s %12 of GDP) was taken from the manipulated banks, put into the Latvian banks and finally disappeared in an unknown direction. It is apparent that the scam has been in development for years, but it concluded on November 2014. The three bust banks were closed in Moldova and its economy was ruined as the society was starting to uproar. 

Parliament of the Ukraine voted to seize what is known as the offshore assets of former president Viktor Yanukovich

On Thursday the parliament of the Ukraine voted “yes” to a law, which is going to allow the Ukrainian government to seize what is known as the offshore assets of former president Viktor Yanukovich without requiring any court orders. 

During the 2013-14 Maidan Yanukovich was forced to flee to Russia. Crimea then became a part of Russia in March 2014 and an uprising of eastern Ukraine put a start to a civil war in Ukraine.