Ayatollah amasses $95b in expropriated assetsNovember 27, 2013
Reuters has published a three-part report (hat tip to Sal) on how the Iranian agency Setad, purportedly an office administering unclaimed property, is actually a vessel for confiscating the assets of regime opponents, religious minorities, and emigrants. Setad then auctions off those assets to make more money for the Ayatollah Khamenei.
Kai Ryssdal of the radio program Marketplace interviewed one of the Reuters reporters about the investigation. Take a listen: