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DOJ seizes nearly $500 million belonging to Nigerian dictator who died in 1998

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Justice Department officials have frozen nearly $500 million belonging to the late Nigerian dictator Sani Abacha in the largest-ever embezzlement forfeiture of a foreign ruler. Abacha died in 1998. His five-year regime was named the fourth-most corrupt in the world by the nonprofit advocacy group Transparency International. He was linked to the embezzlement of $5 billion of his nation’s funds...

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