13:38 04 October 2013
Who owns the €20bn cash left unclaimed at Moscow for six years? This is a question that baffles Russian media intelligence agencies.
There is a mystery cargo containing €20bn cash that has been stashed at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport. It has been there six years and as yet nobody has offered substantial proof that the money belongs to them. Some of groups who have claimed that the cargo is theirs include Al-Qaeda, Chechen gangsters, and Knights of Malta.
However, Russian intelligence sources have suggested that the money could have come from Saddam Hussein, the late Iraqi dictator. They said that it could also possibly come from Iran.
Russian newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets printed a delivery document, which suggests that a certain “Farzin Koroorian Motlagh” owned the cargo. The shipment has been in control of different Russian intelligence agencies since.
The money could easily put somebody on the top 50 richest people in the world. It is also enough to cover EU’s predicted budget shortfall for 2013. The mystery continues...
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