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    USA v. Daren Li et al: Criminal Indictment (‘$73M Crypto Laundering’)

    Criminal Complaint alleging money laundering involving accounts at Bahamas-based Deltec Bank & Trust in USA v. Daren Li, described as a citizen of China and Saint Kitts and Nevis residing in Cambodia, China, and the United Arab Emirates, and Yicheng Zhang, described as a citizen of China residing in Los Angeles, California, USA, at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

    USA v. Alexander Smirnov: Criminal Indictment (‘FBI Informant Fraud’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging false statement and creating a false and fictitious record involving the "Ukrainian industrial conglomerate Burisma Holdings, Limited" and "the Obama-Biden Administration" in USA v. Alexander Smirnov at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

    USA v. Rodney Burton: Criminal Indictment (‘Bitcoin Rodney’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging conspiracy to operate an unlicensed money transmitting business involving an allegedly fraudulent crypto investment scheme known as HyperFund in USA v. Rodney Burton, a.k.a. Bitcoin Rodney, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

    USA v. Frank Ahlgren III: Criminal Indictment (‘Bitcoin-Related Tax Fraud’)

    Criminal Indictment charging the defendant with filing false tax returns and structuring cash deposits to avoid currency transaction reporting requirements regarding the sale of Bitcoin worth $4 million in USA v. Frank Richard Ahlgren III at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas.

    USA v. Behnam Shahriyari et al: Criminal Indictment (‘Black Market Sales of Iranian Crude Oil’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging "a global, long-running scheme by the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to fund the Government of Iran and the IRGC through black-market sales of Iranian crude oil and other petroleum products produced by the National Iranian Oil Company" whose buyers "include entities in the People's Republic of China and the Russian Federation, and the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria" in USA v. Behnam Shahriyari, Morteza Rostam Ghasemi, Mohammadreza Aliakbari, Mohammad Sadegh Karimian, Sitki Ayan, Nahaddin Ayan, and Kasim Oztas at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Sam Lee: Criminal Indictment (‘$1.9B HyperFund Crypto Fraud’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging conspiracy to commit securities fraud involving HyperFund, which was described as "an unincorporated organization" that "operated a purportedly legitimate decentralized finance, or "DeFi," cryptocurrency investment platform and touted its investment program to the public through social media and other means", in USA v. Sam Lee, described as "a citizen of Australia and resident of the United Arab Emirates" and "co-founder of HyperFund", at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

    USA v. Zubair Mehmet Abdur Razzaq al Zubair et al: Criminal Indictment (‘Fraud & Money Laundering’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging investment fraud, money laundering, theft of government funds, and harboring a fugitive involving Dubai Bridge Investments and Al Zubair Capital in USA v. Zubair Mehmet Abdur Razzaq al Zubair, a.k.a. Zubair Mehmet Abdur Razzaq, described as a former resident of the United Arab Emirates who "falsely claimed to be a member of a royal family in the U.A.E.", and Muzzammil Muhammad al Zubair, a.k.a. Muzzammil Ibn Muhammad, a resident of Ohio who "claimed to be a hedge fund manager", at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.

    USA v. David Erickson: Criminal Indictment (‘Tax Evasion’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging tax evasion involving entities in Anguilla, Canada, Curaçao, Ireland, Netherlands, and USA in USA v. David V. Erickson, described as "a consultant and technology entrepreneur with an active Certified Public Accountant license through the North Dakota Board of Accountancy", at the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.

    USA v. Frederick Sharp et al: Criminal Indictment (‘Securities Fraud’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging securities fraud in USA v. Frederick L. Sharp, a resident of Canada; Luis Carrillo, a resident of Mexico; Mike K.G. Veldhuis, a resident of Canada; Paul Sexton, a resident of Canada, and Courtney M. Kelln, a resident of Canada, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

    USA v. Ho Wan Kwok et al: Second Superseding Indictment (‘$1B Securities Fraud & Money Laundering’)

    Second Superseding Indictment in USA v. Ho Wan Kwok, described as "an exiled Chinese businessman who fled to the United States in or about 2015 and purchased a penthouse apartment at a New York City hotel for approximately $67.5 million"; Kin Ming Je, described as "a dual citizen of Hong Kong and the United Kingdom who principally resided in the United Kingdom", and Yanping Wang, described as "a citizen of China who principally resided in New York, New York", at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Robert Menendez et al: Superseding Indictment (‘Qatar & Egypt Bribery Scheme’)

    Superseding Indictment alleging corruption by a U.S. Senator and his wife "to benefit the Arab Republic of Egypt and the State of Qatar" in USA v. Robert Menendez, described as "the senior U.S. Senator from the State of New Jersey"; Nadine Menendez, a.k.a. Nadine Arslanian; Wael Hana, a.k.a. Will Hana; Jose Uribe, and Fred Daibes at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Dozy Mmobuosi: Criminal Indictment (‘Securities Fraud’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging the defendant "orchestrated a scheme to enrich himself by falsely representing that Nigerian companies he founded, Tingo Mobile and Tingo Foods, were operational, profitable businesses generating hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue" in USA v. Odogwu Banye Mmobuosi, a.k.a. Dozy Mmobuosi, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Nikolay Goltsev et al: Criminal Indictment (‘Russia Sanctions Evasion’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging conspiracy to defraud the USA, conspiracy to violate the Export Control Reform Act, fraud, money laundering, and smuggling in USA v. Nikolay Goltsev, Salimdzhon Nasriddinov, Kristina Puzyreva, Vladimir Bochkarev, Pavel Chernikov, Yekaterina Vetoshkina, and Oleg Zenchenko, all citizens of Russia, at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

    USA v. Zhong Shi Gao et al: Superseding Indictment (‘Fraud & Crypto Laundering’)

    Superseding Indictment alleging the defendants "participated in a scheme with others to steal millions of dollars from financial institutions by causing transfers of funds between accounts they controlled, then falsely and fraudulently reporting that the transfers were unauthorized, which induced the financial institutions to credit them the amount of the transfers" in USA v. Zhong Shi Gao, Naifeng Xu, and Fei Jiang at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Melik Najm: Criminal Indictment (‘Money Laundering’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging international money laundering and the operation of an unlicensed money transmitting business in USA v. Melik Najm, described as a resident of Brazil, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    State of Georgia v. Donald Trump et al: Criminal Indictment (‘Georgia Election Interference’)

    Criminal Indictment in The State of Georgia v. Donald Trump, Rudolph Giuliani, a.k.a. Rudy Giuliani; John Eastman, Mark Meadows, Kenneth Chesebro, Jeffrey Clark, Jenna Ellis, Ray Smith III, Robert Cheeley, Michael Roman, David Shafer, Shawn Still, Stephen Lee, Harrison Floyd, Trevian Kutti, Sidney Powell, Cathleen Latham, Scott Hall, and Misty Hampton, a.k.a. Emily Misty Hayes, at the Superior Court of Fulton County, Georgia.

    USA v. Donald Trump: Criminal Indictment (‘2020 Election Interference’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging conspiracy to defraud the USA, conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of and attempt to obstruct an official proceeding, and conspiracy against rights regarding "his criminal efforts to overturn the legitimate results of the 2020 presidential election and retain power" in USA v. Donald J. Trump at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

    USA v. Joe Lewis et al: Superseding Indictment (‘Insider Trading by British Billionaire’)

    Superseding Indictment alleging “multiple schemes to violate the securities laws through insider trading and submitting false and misleading filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission” in USA v. Joseph Lewis, a.k.a. Joe Lewis, a citizen of the United Kingdom residing in the Bahamas; Patrick O'Connor, and Bryan Waugh, a.k.a. Marty Waugh, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Joe Lewis: Criminal Indictment (‘Insider Trading by British Billionaire’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging "multiple schemes to violate the securities laws through insider trading and submitting false and misleading filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission" in USA v. Joseph Lewis, a.k.a. Joe Lewis, a citizen of the United Kingdom residing in the Bahamas, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Bruce Garelick et al: Criminal Indictment (‘Trump Media Merger’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging the defendants "made more than $22 million dollars in illegal profits by trading in securities of a special purpose acquisition corporation named Digital World Acquisition Corporation based on insider information that the SPAC was going to take public a media company owned by former U.S. President Donald J. Trump" in USA v. Michael Shvartsman, Gerald Shvartsman, and Bruce Garelick at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Yevgeniy Grinin et al: Superseding Indictment (‘Russian Procurement Scheme’)

    Superseding Indictment alleging citizens of Russia, Greece, and the USA participated in a global procurement and money laundering scheme on behalf of the Russian government in USA v. Yevgeniy Grinin, Aleksey Ippolitov, Boris Livshits, Svetlana Skvortsova, Vadim Konoshchenok, Nikolaos Bogonikolos, Alexey Brayman, and Vadim Yermolenko at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

    USA v. Charlie Javice: Criminal Indictment (‘Fake Customers’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging "a scheme to defraud by submitting false and fraudulent statements and representations about TAPD, Inc., d/b/a Frank and its user data, among other things, to potential acquiring companies, including to J.P. Morgan Chase" in USA v. Charlie Javice at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Aleksandr Ionov et al: Superseding Indictment (‘Illegal Russian Agents’)

    Superseding Indictment in USA v. Aleksandr Viktorovich Ionov, a citizen of Russia; Yegor Sergeyevich Popov, a citizen of Russia; Aleksey Borisovich Sukhodolov, a citizen of Russia; Omali Yeshitela, a citizen of the United States; Penny Joanne Hess, a citizen of the United States; Jesse Nevel, a citizen of the United States, and Augustus C. Romain Jr., a citizen of the United States, at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.

    USA v. John Can Unsalan: Criminal Indictment (‘Ukraine-Russia Sanctions Evasion’)

    Complaint alleging the defendant "and others orchestrated and carried out a plan to violate and evade and attempt to violate and evade U.S. sanctions against Sergey Vitalievich Kurchenko [a citizen of Ukraine], Kompaniya Gaz-Alyans, OOO, and ZAO Vneshtorgservis" in USA v. John Can Unsalan, a.k.a. Hurrem Can Unsalan, at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.

    State of New York v. Donald Trump: Criminal Indictment & Statement of Facts (‘Stormy Daniels Fraud’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging the defendant "repeatedly and fraudulently falsified New York business records to conceal criminal conduct that hid damaging information from the voting public during the 2016 presidential election" in The People of the State of New York v. Donald J. Trump, a former president of the United States, at the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York.

    USA v. Sam Bankman-Fried: Fifth Superseding Indictment (‘Bribery of Chinese Government Officials’)

    Fifth Superseding Indictment alleging fraud, money laundering, operating an unlicensed money transmitting business, making unlawful political contributions, and bribery of "one or more Chinese government officials in order to regain access to Alameda trading accounts that had been frozen by Chinese law enforcement authorities" in USA v. Sam Bankman-Fried at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Ho Wan Kwok et al: Criminal Indictment (‘$1B Securities Fraud & Money Laundering’)

    Criminal Indictment for securities fraud and money laundering with "hundreds of millions of dollars of the fraudulent scheme's proceeds" going into "bank accounts in the United States, Bahamas, and United Arab Emirates, among other places" in USA v. Ho Wan Kwok, a.k.a. Miles Guo, Miles Kwok, Guo Wengui, Brother Seven, and The Principal, described as "an exiled Chinese businessman who fled to the United States", and Kin Ming Je, a.k.a. William Je, described as "a dual citizen of Hong Kong and the United Kingdom who principally resided in the United Kingdom", at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Greg Lindberg: Criminal Indictment (2023)

    Criminal Indictment alleging fraud involving entities in, among others, Bermuda and Malta in USA v. Greg E. Lindberg at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina.

    USA v. Sam Bankman-Fried: Third Superseding Indictment (‘FTX Crypto Fraud, Money Laundering & Unlawful Political Contributions’)

    Superseding Indictment alleging the defendant "stole FTX customer deposits, and used billions of dollars in stolen funds for a variety of purposes, including, among other things, to support the operations and investments of FTX and Alameda; to fund speculative venture investments; to make charitable contributions; to enrich himself; and to try to purchase influence over cryptocurrency regulation in Washington, D.C. by steering tens of millions of dollars of illegal campaign contributions to both Democrats and Republicans" in USA v. Sam Bankman-Fried at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Vladimir Okhotnikov et al: Criminal Indictment (‘Russian Crypto Fraud’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging fraud involving "an unincorporated entity that was established in approximately late 2019 and operated a purported decentralized cryptocurrency investment platform" in USA v. Vladimir Okhotnikov, Olena Oblamska, Mikhail Sergeev, and Sergey Maslakov, all citizens of Russia, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.

    USA v. Glenn Oztemel et al: Criminal Indictment (‘Petrobras Bribes’)

    Criminal Indictment alleging violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act regarding "bribes to foreign officials at Brazil's state-owned and state-controlled oil and gas company, Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras" involving entities in Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Liberia, Panama, and Uruguay in USA v. Glenn Oztemel, described as a citizen of the USA, and Eduardo Innecco, described as a citizen of Brazil and Italy, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.