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July 14, 2012— Format: Album country: USA Style: Alternative pop, Electronic Quality: VBR kbps Size: 94.77 MB Facebook Format: Album country: USA Style: … Read more
Genre: Score Composer: Klaus Badelt Disc release year: 2019 Audio codec: MP3 Rip type: tracks Audio bitrate: 320 kbps Duration: 00:37:51 Availability of scans in the distribution content: no
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Genre: Rock, Hard Rock Media: LP Year of release: 1975 Label: Fontana Producer country: Japan Audio codec: FLAC Rip type: tracks+.cue Recording format: 24/96 Distribution format: 24/96 Duration: 00:35:06

“Digital daggers are the devil inside” – The Devil Within (2012) Crossover#1 EP.
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The Aids-wasting scam (AWSCAM), also known as the Easter scam, was a UK investigation into the use of money transfers by people infected with HIV. The scam involved the passing of money from the UK to people in the Dominican Republic, where it was believed that the infection could be transmitted and money could be readily exchanged. The scam is believed to have been in operation between 2005 and 2008, the scammer’s name was never revealed. The investigation involved police, the Serious Organised Crime Agency and the Office of National Statistics (ONS).

From 2006–2008, UK police linked over 70 men from London’s impoverished and socially disadvantaged east end to passing over £350,000 to people believed to be HIV-positive in the Dominican Republic. It was initially believed that the scam was run by money launderers and sex tourists but that theory has been contradicted by evidence shown during the Operation Optoni investigation. In 2014, a Scottish court ordered refunds for 130 people.

The operation was coordinated by the UK National Crime Squad with assistance from Scotland Yard and the ONS.

Named suspects
The police operation was led by Detective Superintendent Peter Spindler, who arrested on 23 November 2009 four suspects in Scotland, two men and two women. The women were aged 41 and 42. Two of the suspects, a 47-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman, were released without charge due to lack of evidence.

On 31 December 2010, a £1.5m reward was announced for anyone who can reveal the identities of other suspects involved in the scam, who were considered untouchable at the time of their arrests. In early 2012, it was suggested that the suspects received a compensation payment of £1.5 million. The money came from the revenue earned by the network.

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