When a major financial donor approaches HEARTH a housing charity for the homeless offering them a block of new apartments for the use of those most in need, the organisers think there is a god after all. Using the charity’s fast track access to planning permissions money is lavished on refurbishing a raft of luxury apartments – a clear statement that even the poor deserve a decent place to live. But it’s only when a local journalist raises the question as to where the benefactor’s money is coming from that alarm bells start to ring. Could money launderers really be so low as to exploit the needs of the desperate and homeless?