Saddam Hussein’s $80 million dollar

Subject: Re: Urgent News From Iraq
From:   SGT Wilson Koh <rwgsp1@wildblue.net>
Date:   2017-01-16
To:   Recipients <rwgsp1@wildblue.net>
Reply-To:   wkoh62@yahoo.com

Camp MXP-512 Third Infantry Division
UnitT.I.D.U,
Abul Uruj, Baghdad, Iraq.

I am Wilson Koh, a native of Iraq. I am a Contractor with the America troop served in the third infantry division Unit in Iraq in the year 2003

I am currently AWOL. My partner Darren D. Braswell,36, of Riverdale, Ga., died Jan. 7th near TalAfar, Iraq, when the UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter in which he was a Passenger crashed. Braswell worked For the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, before his death We secretly moved some abandoned cash in a mansion belonging to the former president, Saddam Hussein and the total cash is US$80,000,000.00 Eighty Million Dollars.

As I write this letter to you, these boxes are in Security Company as I secretly moved it out of Baghdad to safe place nd since then has been laying low while on AWOL.

Sir I seek your consent to help me move this money to your country location.

You do not have to be afraid of anything as no one else knows about this and everything is safe,if you compare the time it ws dicoverd and this time you will understand that all eyes must be of the funds now.

I would be pleased and grateful to you if you could assist me and my late partner Darren D. Braswel in receiving this boxes for us on your behalf as I will making plans to fly out as soon as the money is safely out of Iraq. Of course, I shall compensate you with an attractive percent of the total funds for your role/efforts.

As you know the current situation in Syria is esclating day by day,and will like to move out of here as soon as i can

Moving the funds out of the security company is not going to be much of a problem as arrangements are being made towards that. All I want from you is your trust,

Please get back to me with your full name
Contact phone number

Preferable without delay and lets negotiate terms.

Your response will determine our subsequent correspondence.

You can read more on this website for more information and explanations: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/2988455.stm

Yours in Service.
Wilson Koh


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