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The Mystery of a Dictator's Missing $10 Billion Fortune

"This is just graft on an absolutely massive unheard of scale."

Almost 30 years ago, a U.S. court ruled that victims of human rights violations by the Ferdinand Marcos regime in the Philippines should be compensated. The former president's alleged graft, estimated to be as much as $10 billion by the Philippine government, set off what was arguably the most ambitious global treasure hunt of all time, as investigators and lawyers scrambled to track down the fortune.

For those who forgot, those who do not know, and those who deny.

Thanks Bloomberg!

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