Indonesians fall prey to fake shaman 'magic money' scams

May 19, 2023

"I have nothing now," Aslem, 42, told AFP from her cramped, dilapidated house in a remote village in Karawang, West Java. Tohari also stands accused of boasting he could magically multiply money, luring victims into rituals before poisoning them with potassium cyanide when they asked for their money back. Meanwhile, victims told AFP they have been left to live with empty pockets and the shame of falling for the con. Tohari also stands accused of boasting he could magically multiply money, luring victims into rituals before poisoning them with potassium cyanide when they asked for their money back. Meanwhile, victims told AFP they have been left to live with empty pockets and the shame of falling for the con.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News

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