How a Ukrainian Hairdresser Became a Front for Paul Manafort – New York Times

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KIEV, Ukraine — At first glance, what happened to Yevgeny G. Kaseyev hardly seems like misfortune. Without his knowledge, he says, unknown individuals set up multiple companies in his name and deposited tens of millions of dollars into those companies
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