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Topic - Neil Macbride
Eight people from Ghana have been charged in connection with running an international drug trafficking ring through Washington Dulles International Airport, federal prosecutors announced Thursday.
"As a licensed accountant, Mr. Castillo used his expertise to create fraudulent financial statements out of whole cloth," said Mr. MacBride.
U.S. Attorney Neil MacBride in Virginia said Jorge Luis Castillo, 57, of New Jersey, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge John A. Gibney, who also ordered three years of supervised release and the payment of $43.5 million in forfeiture fees.