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US$875 billion fake US bonds seized

Fake US Federal Reserve Bonds with a face value of US$875 billion (RM3.325 trillion) were seized from three men at the Kota Kinabalu airport in two separate incidents recently. Police had first arrested two men from the peninsula on the evening of Dec 28 and seized six boxes marked as US Federal Reserve Bonds. The men were on their way to Kuala Lumpur when they were detained by airport security, who were suspicious of the six boxes. Upon examination, they found the fake bonds and alerted the police. On New Year’s Day, another man, a Sabahan, was held at about 11am after a similar box was found in his possession at the same airport, where he was about to board a flight to Kuala Lumpur. City Police Chief Assistant Commissioner Azizan Abu Taat said initial investigations revealed that the three men appeared to have obtained the fake certificates from the Philippines. Full Story

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