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Federal prosecutors unseal 50-page indictment charging dozens of individuals they accuse of illegally transferring more than $2.5 billion through global financial system to North Korea's foreign exchange bank since 2013 in effort to skirt U.S. sanctions.
Federal prosecutors have unsealed charges against North Korean officials and Chinese nationals who they allege are involved in a $2.5 billion money laundering scheme.
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Allen58VoteBlue 🖕🏼trump TakingBackAmerica May 28
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Was one of them named Trump?
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Will Winagain May 28
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Enjoy the show, Allen!
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United We Stand❤️💙 May 28
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Luvmyangels May 28
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why aren’t you reporting this?
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Dawn Tanger May 29
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Soros funded puppets - most likely waiting....
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Sue Hornik May 29
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If the US was serious about stopping North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, this would have been the FIRST thing done instead of 3 years of tweeting and grand standing
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Cat_Qsmitten Jun 2
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Bigger picture involved here.. Feel free to run for office!
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