Rafael Blasco - Stole Haiti Charity Money

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Rafael Blasco - Stole Haiti Charity Money

Here is a photo of Rafael Blasco a Spanish politician sentenced to 8 years in prison for stealing Haiti earthquake charity money.

Rafael Blasco took the money that was meant for a hospital in Haiti and he purchased real estate with it in Spain.


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