$126 million stolen in Vostochny construction


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An investigation by a Russian prosecutor has found more than $126 million was stolen during the construction of Russia’s new spaceport in Vostochny.

They have not made any additional arrests with this announcements, as yet.

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2 comments

  • Maybe we should get Russian prosecutors on the case of the $6 billion (with a B) that went missing during Hillary Clinton’s administration of the State Department

  • Rene Borbon

    Attn: Mr. Putin, I would like to tender my construction management services to your project.

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