Police have arrested 49 men from Spain, Nigeria, and Cameroon […]
Almost half of those arrested hail from Italy, 18 are from Poland and 10 from Spain.
These two statements literally do not add up.
Police have arrested 49 men from Spain, Nigeria, and Cameroon in connection with electronic bank account raids that plundered some €6 million across Europe. The men were arrested as part of Operation Triangle, an effort involving police from Spain, Italy, and Poland together with authorities in Belgium, the UK, and Georgia. …
"These two statements literally do not add up."
Beat me to it. I wanted to question that very point. Darren's link doesn't offer anything to explain the oddity. In fact he (correctly) quotes the linked press release as saying (my emphasis):
"The suspects, mainly from Nigeria, Cameroon and Spain"
That release doesn't state the numbers, though - so that information is sourced from elsewhere. I wonder if the numbers reveal where they were located at the time they were nabbed?
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