Kyrgyz Investigators Criticized After Alleging That Murdered Source Paid RFE/RL Reporters In Money-Laundering Probe.

Two lawmakers and a prominent legal expert in Kyrgyzstan have criticized the state security service after they claimed that reporters with RFE/RL received money from a self-proclaimed money launderer who served as the journalists' source in an investigation into corruption in the Central Asian country.

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