One of Jersey biggest-ever money laundering trials has begun in the Royal Court.
The case allegedly involves a former Nigerian president, an intricate plan to sell hundreds of military vehicles to Nigeria at hugely inflated prices and corruption and greed on a massive scale.
As a result, millions of dollars allegedly siphoned from the Nigerian public purse made its way into the Jersey banking system, it is claimed.
Raj Arjandas Bhojwani, an Indian businessman in his early 50s, denies three charges relating to the laundering of US$43.9m
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