LAUREN Southern caught an NGO laundering a whopping $500,000 as part of her new Borderless documentary, that’s released soon.
Emergency Response Center International (ERCI) that’s a self-described ‘rescue charity’ escorts migrants arriving in the Greek Islands.
Last year, two of its high profile aid workers were arrested, according to the National Greek Police service, the two volunteers provided “direct assistance to organised circuits of illegal trafficking.” They denied all claims.
While filming for her new documentary ‘Borderless’ Lauren Southern, a Canadian journalist and her team arranged to meet with the founder and director of ERCI, Panos Moraitis, before he was arrested by Greek Authorities.
In her latest report, she showcases the last ever interview with Panos before he submitted himself for questioning at which point he was then arrested. He denied, on camera, all charges put against him by the police.
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However, after the interview, the documentary producers went for a private lunch with Panos Moraitis and his lawyer, where they admit to laundering 500,000 Euros, laughing about the Greek press mistakenly claiming the amount to be 500 million euros – despite denying this in court.
Recently, Lauren exposed Ariel Ricker, the director of another NGO operating on the same island admitting teaching migrants to pretend to be Christian to claim asylum.
In Lauren’s latest report, Ariel is heard in another undercover recording saying “Panos is definitely guilty”
The shocking report is a segment of Lauren’s upcoming documentary Borderless, set to premier in May 2019. For further information, visit www.borderless.movie.