Midweek Roundup: Research Group Linked to Kyiv Missile Attack Used ‘Visa Payment System,’ FinCEN Targets Elder Financial Exploitation, and More

The Rybar team, an open-source intelligence group whose research preceded a deadly missile attack on a tank repair facility in Kyiv in April, has received nearly $10,000 in donations from supporters in cryptocurrency and through Moscow-based Tinkoff Bank's access to the "visa payment system," an investigation by German news outlet Knack has found. More The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network warned that reports of suspected fraud schemes and other financial crimes against the elderly are on the rise. More A U.K. judge ruled that JPMorgan Chase cannot be held liable for handling $875 million in allegedly corrupt payments to former...