A former senior ASIC investigator has told the Federal Court in Brisbane of his fears of corruption among Indian Government officials meant to be acting in the interests of the millions of victims of the alleged Ponzi scheme run by India’s Pearls group.

Niall Coburn, now a barrister in private practice, was on Tuesday giving evidence in a case to determine what happens to the almost $100 million in proceeds from the 2016 sale of the Sheraton Mirage hotel on the Gold Coast by Australian company MiiResorts.

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