Wednesday, October 29, 2014

American Trader Explains Dutch Police Corruption

Richard Bistrong, an American weapons trader, has explained how the corruption in the weapon trade functions.  Until his arrest in 2007, he was a supplier to the Dutch army and the Dutch police.  He said that he would meet an intermediary who would tell him how much corruption money would have to be paid for information or orders.  Once he agreed, he would pay the money to the intermediary.  It was clear that the money would be paid to government officials.  Currently there are major suspicions about corrupt purchases by the Dutch police.

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