Attorneys for victims of Hamas suicide bombings from 2000 to 2004 are accusing an international bank of financing terror, sometimes allegedly running the money through a branch on Madison Avenue.
William Rapfogel, 59, pleaded guilty to grand larceny, money laundering and other charges in a case that had rattled city and state political circles.
An Englewood Cliffs, N.J. woman and her adult daughter were facing money laundering charges Tuesday, stemming from an alleged loan modification scheme.
Vincent George Sr. and Vincent George Jr., of Allentown, Pa., were sentenced Monday in Manhattan to three to nine years in prison. They were acquitted of sex trafficking.
Vincent George Jr. and Sr. were convicted of money laundering and promoting prostitution and still face significant jail time.
Closing arguments were underway Thursday in the trial of Vincent George Sr. and Vincent George Jr., a case that drew widespread attention after several prostitutes took the witness stand to defend their pimps.
Federal prosecutors charged seven people Tuesday with running what amounted to an online bank that handled $6 billion for drug dealers, child pornographers, identity thieves and other criminals around the globe.
A Newark couple was charged Wednesday with failing to file tax returns for three unregistered companies, as well as money laundering.
A New Jersey psychic is facing theft, money laundering and tax-evasion charges after several victims said she conned them out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Two Bronx men have been arrested after a New Jersey state trooper found $783,000 in their vehicle during a traffic stop, police said.
The project manager who developed New York City’s troubled CityTime payroll system has been arrested on charges that he received at least $5 million in kickbacks for his work.
Former Perth Amboy mayor and state assemblyman Joseph Vas was sentenced to more than six years in prison after being convicted last fall of mail fraud, election finance violations and lying to authorities.
A business consultant has pleaded guilty to paying bribes as part of a scheme to land lucrative government contracts related to New York City’s effort to computerize its worker timekeeping system.
Former Perth Amboy and state assemblyman Joseph Vas has pleaded guilty to official misconduct, theft and money laundering charges.
Opening statements are scheduled to begin in the third trial stemming from last year’s huge federal corruption sting.