Mobster or Central Banker? Spanish Cops Allege This Russian BothBy , , and
Torshin called ‘boss’ by alleged mafia members, police say
‘I’m a public individual and I’m not hiding anywhere’: Torshin
A former senator in Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party directed dirty-money flows for mobsters in Moscow before he was named a deputy head of the central bank last year, according to investigators in Spain.
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