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Rogue Angolan Police Allegedly Extorted Money From Suspected Chinese Bitcoin Miners

Closed circuit TV captured an Angolan police officer raiding a Chinese crypto mining operation in Luanda.

Nearly two dozen Angolan police officers raided a suspected Chinese bitcoin mining operation outside of Luanda on Tuesday, violently forcing their way past security guards to enter the premises.

Once inside, the police were confronted by the Chinese factory managers who demanded to see a warrant or some other legal justification for the raid, which the police failed to produce.

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