This has never been the case in the history of Denmark: a Lithuanian has been convicted of laundering billions of euros

A Danish court found a 49-year-old Lithuanian guilty in a money laundering case on Thursday, a statement from the country’s prosecutor’s office said on Thursday.

According to a Danish court, the woman tried to launder almost four billion euros (29.5 billion kroons). This is the largest amount of money laundering in the history of this Scandinavian country.

The Lithuanian admitted to committing the crime during a police interrogation.

Between December 2008 and March 2016, almost four billion euros were transferred through several companies. All of these companies had accounts with the Estonian branch of Danske Bank.

“This is the largest amount we have ever seen in a money laundering case before a Danish court,” the report quoted Special Prosecutor Lisette Jorgensen as saying.

According to the prosecutor’s office, the other two defendants in the case also involved companies involved in money laundering.

This is the largest amount we have seen in a case of money laundering before a Danish court.

One of them is a 49-year-old former Russian citizen who has been detained. Another is a 56-year-old Lithuanian living in Denmark.

A Danish court has sentenced Lithuania to 3 years and 11 months in prison.

This is an additional sentence, as the woman had previously been sentenced to three years and 11 months in prison in another money laundering case involving at least 140 million people. kroons. In total, she was sentenced to eight years in prison. After serving her sentence, she will be permanently deported from Denmark.

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