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Mar 23, 2018
11:39AM

Two Indian-origin brothers indicted for money laundering by US court


In the US, two Canadian brothers of Indian-origin have been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly operating an Internet-based unlicensed business that processed over 250 million dollars in transactions.
Firoz and Ferhan Patel, of Montreal, Québec, have been charged on various counts, including of a money laundering conspiracy and operating an unlicensed money transmitting business in the District of Columbia. The indictment alleges that the criminal activity took place from in or about March 2012 until the present.
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement said each of the brothers faces a maximum sentence of more than 25 years if convicted.Ferhan Patel was arrested on 18th of this month in Detroit. He remains held pending further proceedings in the District of Columbia. His brother remains at large. The investigation is continuing in the case.

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