Convicts in bogus $2 million deal get pardon

DUBAI: Two people who attempted to swindle Dhs20,000 in a bogus $2 million deal have been granted a royal pardon. Both unemployed Africans (aged 25 and 39) tried to convince an Arab man they had authentic $2 million (worth Dhs7,345,000) allegedly bearing a stamp whose removal necessitated the application of a chemical. During a meeting on Oct.26, 2016 they asked him to arrange Dhs20,000 to be spent on importing the dollars and

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