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The men claimed to have bought a house of 412,000 pounds (over 463,000 euros) in Great Britain with lottery returns. That made the police suspicious because the son was already convicted of money laundering. An enrolled statistician then left little of the wonderful story.
The son ultimately admitted that criminal money was used to buy the property. The judge sentenced him to Friday for 22 months. The winning bargains were bought in the black market, to impress the fact that his 81-year-old father had really fallen in prices.
Winners of the Pakistani state lottery should wait a few weeks for the NCA to get their money. Therefore, some people are willing to sell their winning destiny for a lower amount.