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Aeroflot Airlines crew members helped smuggle $50 million worth of stolen iPads, iPhones, and more into Russia, a government investigation has found

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The US arrested 10 people in connection with a plot to use current and former Aeroflot Airlines crew members to smuggle $50 million in stolen electronics to Russia. The Department of State has revoked 113 visas of Aeroflot employees in connection to the scheme. Aeroflot reported a loss of $485 million in August due to stunted travel during the coronavirus pandemic. A US investigation found current and former Aeroflot Airlines employees helped to smuggle $50 million in stolen electronic devices… (www.yahoo.com) More...

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devsfan
ken young 2
Russia is a politically corrupt nation run by mobsters
rwelsh767
Rick Welsh 1
No morals. If it’s ok for Putin it’s ok for Aeroflot crew. Great example set for their children eh?
tranderson2
Tommy Boy 0
Russia can't buy their own cell phones and have to steal them in America??? WTF!
yr2012
matt jensen 1
It's not the laptop, it's what's on those laptops
paulgilpin1953
paul gilpin 3
commercial carriers are the biggest smugglers on the marble.
AA put the bog/mia route on for a reason. do it or your planes will fall out of the sky. the head of security of mia retired to a mansion/fortress in miami. bricks of cocaine routinely show up shoved into the nose landing gear of aircraft in the tulsa maintenance facility.
hwh888
Harry Hallstrom 5
No surprise, corrupt country from Putin on down........
waypoint66
David Rice 4
All the way down to Trump.
devsfan
ken young 3
THats an idiotic comment. Dismissed
mwf117
Christoff du plessis 0
Circus

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