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Topic - Neil Macbride
A 21-year-old Maryland man has pleaded guilty to sex trafficking a juvenile female as part of a prostitution enterprise operated by the violent street gang Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13.
A certified public accountant was sentenced Friday in Virginia to 54 months in prison in a half-billion-dollar fraud scheme affecting more than 3,500 victims throughout the United States and abroad, the Justice Department said.
A federal appeals court in Virginia has made it clear that someone doesn't have to board a ship or rob it to commit piracy.
A Muslim convert from Brooklyn pleaded guilty Thursday to using a website he founded to post online threats against the creators of the "South Park" television show and others he deemed enemies of Islam.
A Virginia man was arrested Tuesday by FBI agents in a suspected influence-peddling scheme to funnel millions of dollars from the Pakistani government, including its military intelligence service, to U.S. elected officials to help drive India out of the disputed Kashmir territory in South Asia.
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.
A federal grand jury has indicted the head of what was once among the largest privately held mortgage lending companies for allegedly scheming to steal over half a billion dollars from the government's Troubled Assets Relief Program.
A Virginia federal grand jury indicted 27 members from a handful of East Coast states Tuesday. The charges ranged from attempted murder to drug distribution.
"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.