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Admits conspiracy in black money scheme

Jean Blaise Tadoum, 41 from Cameroon admitted in court today to conspiring to defraud people through what is known as a black money scam in which he would pretend to produce money by using black pieces of paper which were cut to the dimensions of euro banknotes.

He tricked people into believing that this paper could be changed into cash.

He was condemned to six months imprisonment suspended for four years.

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