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U.S. Charges Bitcoin Exchangers Linked to Silk Road Drug Bazaar

January 28, 2014
Federal prosecutors unsealed criminal charges on Monday against a pair of individuals who they say sold Bitcoins that were later used to buy and sell drugs on Silk Road, signaling a desire by law enforcement to target those who use crypto currencies to facilitate shady activities.

Zetas Cartel Accused of Laundering Money With Horses

June 13, 2012
A federal grand jury has indicted Los Zetas cartel members in a conspiracy to launder drug proceeds by purchasing, training, breeding, and racing American quarter horses in the United States.

DEA Targets Sinaloa Drug Cartel's Cocaine Supplier

February 25, 2011
To cripple the drug trafficking and money laundering activities of one of Mexico's most active cartels, the federal government has designated its Columbian cocaine supplier as a drug-trafficking kingpin. The move gives law enforcement agencies greater powers to punish the network's U.S. associates and freeze assets.

Money Laundering for Morons

August 27, 2009
Collectibles are fragile and a very poor investment. That's why I was stunned earlier this week when I read that a methamphetamine ring in Colorado used comic books for money laundering.

Large Meth Ring Busted in Colorado

August 25, 2009
A massive methamphetamine ring with suspected gang affiliation that used women as drug mules and classic Batman and Superman comic books to hide drug profits has been dismantled after a year-long undercover operation.

Detectives: Florida Gang Used Hot Dog Shop As Drug Front

May 6, 2009
Detectives say an eatery, Hot Dog City, was a front for the West-Side gang, which terrorized Orange County and made millions off cocaine. The gang laundered money through the Winter Garden shop and committed countless crimes for the past 12 years.

Bronx Cops Nab Four in $2M Tax Ripoff

September 12, 2008
A Bronx-based theft ring swindled the IRS for about $2 million by submitting fake tax returns based on stolen identities, police said.
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