How the world’s biggest drug lords stole a $100m haul of $2bn in crypto art?
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In this post, we’ll look at how the Chinese drug lords got their hands on the world-famous Mexican artworks, known as “Mingei” in Chinese.
This was a piece that the Mexican government had made famous for its “Gift of the Suns” (which is the Chinese term for the Ming dynasty).
In order to obtain the artwork, they would have needed to use a process known as a “barter”.
This was accomplished by using the artworks as collateral to purchase goods from a third party.
The artwork had been sold to the Chinese for about $100 million in cash.
But, since it was not part of the official government inventory, the Chinese government was able to acquire it without any legal repercussions.
The pieces were then shipped out of China to a private gallery in Los Angeles.
This private gallery, which is known for having the largest collection of Chinese art in the world, would then auction the pieces to collectors.
The artworks were sold to collectors through a network of private collectors and art dealers who used the art as collateral for other goods.
The auctions are also a great source of revenue for the Chinese and help finance their operations.
In 2014, the US Department of Justice indicted the Chinese narcotics cartel “Mingo” for stealing the Ming-era Ming paintings from the Chinese Ministry of Culture.
The indictment alleged that the gang members took the Ming paintings and hid them in underground art markets.
The US authorities accused the Mingo group of “bidding on, or accepting bids on, the art, in exchange for payments.”
The Chinese government said it was only doing this to protect the Ming Dynasty from the drug gangs, and that the art was never stolen.
While the indictment did not name any of the Chinese who would be held responsible for the theft, the Mexican attorney general said that the group’s leader, Pablo Martinez, “would be liable for any profits or losses arising from the theft.”
The Mingo group is currently in prison, awaiting trial.
The Chinese government is trying to get their hands back on the Ming painting, and is hoping to sell it at a huge auction in New York.
However, the Ming art is worth far less than it was originally.
The auction has been set for February 11.