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The Laundry Man
One man and his fight against global money laundering.
Last Modified: 09 Apr 2009 12:22 GMT

Money laundering bankrolls the underground global economy. It has contributed to bankrupting countries, it finances warfare and fuels crime.

The way the world looks at money laundering has changed since 9/11 amid fears that funds were financing similar operations.

Instead of laundering money Kenneth Rijock now makes a career out of taking people who do to the cleaners.

This episode of People & Power aired on Saturday, 8 September, 2008.

Source:
Al Jazeera
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