Property Operator Cops To Money Laundering In Crime Ring

Law360, London (October 9, 2019, 4:24 PM BST) -- A Chinese man has pled guilty to nearly two dozen charges including money laundering and fraud as part of an extensive organized crime network that ran a prostitution ring and marijuana farms, police said. 

Feng Xu copped to 22 charges of fraud, false identification and money laundering at a Birmingham Crown Court on Tuesday for operating a network of properties that criminals used as brothels and cannabis farms, the National Crime Agency said. 

The 43-year-old Chinese man used multiple fake identities to find hundreds of different properties "for a number of criminal networks," police said. One computer database police took from him...

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