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Nigeria Man sentenced to 14 years of prison for money laundering scheme

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A man from Nigeria was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for leading a money laundering network that took more than $3.5 million from hundreds of people, Department of Justice officials said. Ochuko Sylvester Eruotor, 42, was sentenced Friday in Austin by United States District Judge Sam Sparks, […]

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