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October 12, 1988 | PAUL HOUSTON, Times Staff Writer
An international bank, nine of its officers and 75 others have been indicted on charges of laundering more than $32 million in cocaine proceeds for the infamous drug cartel based in Medellin, Colombia, federal authorities announced Tuesday. The government also said that it had subpoenaed records from about 40 U.S. banks in what could become a broad expansion of the investigation. "This is the most important money laundering case in U.S.
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October 12, 1988 | PAUL HOUSTON, Times Staff Writer
An international bank, nine of its officers and 75 others have been indicted on charges of laundering more than $32 million in cocaine proceeds for the infamous drug cartel based in Medellin, Colombia, federal authorities announced Tuesday. The government also said that it had subpoenaed records from about 40 U.S. banks in what could become a broad expansion of the investigation. "This is the most important money laundering case in U.S.
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October 16, 1988 | ERIC WILHELMUS and JEFFREY MILLER and ASHLEY DUNN, Times Staff Writers
Roberto Baez-Alcaino's neighbors thought there might be something strange going on at 1810 Putney St. in the normally sedate Linda Vista area near the Rose Bowl. Their suspicions may have been confirmed this month as Alcaino was named in federal indictments as a cocaine trafficker and key figure in a massive money-laundering scheme involving the seventh-largest private bank in the world.
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October 13, 1988 | ERIC WILHELMUS and JEFFREY MILLER and ASHLEY DUNN, Times Staff Writers
Roberto Baez-Alcaino's neighbors thought there might be something strange going on at 1810 Putney St. in the normally sedate Linda Vista area near the Rose Bowl. Their suspicions may have been confirmed this month as Alcaino was named in federal indictments as a cocaine trafficker and key figure in a massive money-laundering scheme involving the seventh-largest private bank in the world.
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