Jersey court jails three money launderers for total of 10 years 

Mark Battersby
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Jersey's Royal Court sentenced two men and a woman to a total of 10 years in prison for money laundering offences, a statement by the States of jersey police said on 25 April.  Muhiddin Umurzokov aged 50 from Uzbekistan was sentenced to four years and Anvarjon Eshonkulov, aged 49 from Uzbekistan and Batsukh Bataa, aged 52, from Mongolia were both sentenced to three years each. After travelling to Jersey from the UK by ferry on Monday 25 October 2021, the three proceeded to launder and attempt to launder approximately £60,000 in cash.  They used banks, currency exchange services, ca...

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