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The ivory is collected from elephants in Africa and sold in markets in Asia.

Once in possession of the images, they would then demand payment or else the images would be released to the public.

Interpol stated that the average “sextortion” demand was between $500 to $15,000.

(See more cost to hire a hitman here.) Source: Phelim Kine, “$110 Per Hit,” Foreign Policy, May 22, 2014.

Interpol and cyber crime officials in the Philippines broke up an industrial-style extortion ring that as blackmailing hundreds of people around the world through online channels.

At the end of 2013, there were an estimated 500,000 African elephants living in the world.

95 percent of the elephant population has been killed during the last 100 years.

The main task of the squad was to kill “weeds,” or criminals who were viewed as problems for the city.

In addition to the criminals, the hitmen would also conduct for profit killings, such as assassinating a judge or other local politicians.

Based on statistics released by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites), there were at least 20,000 elephants killed world wide by poachers in 2013 for their ivory tusks.

The number of elephants killed was slightly down from the 22,000 elephants killed in 2012 and the 25,000 poached in 2011.

(More examples of money laundering activities.) Source: Associated Press, “Watchdog Shows Illicit Money Flows in Philippines,” ABC News, February 4, 2014.