Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

MIAMI JUDGE RESCHEDULES WAKED MONEY LAUNDERING TRIAL FOR OCTOBER



The US District Judge presiding over the Miami money laundering trial of Nidal Ahmed Waked Hatum, the Colombian-Panamanian businessman accused of moving huge sums of Mexican & Colombian drug profits through his large number of legitimate Panama city companies, for October 30, 2017. Defense counsel had requested additional time to file pretrial motions, and reset the trial date, in what promises to be a case involving the movement of the proceeds of crime into a complex web of front companies, many of whom are well-known to Panamanian consumers, and who reportedly employ 3000 people. The US Attorney's Office did not oppose the defense motions.




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