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AG indicts 14 for human smuggling (access required)

Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard on March 29 announced the indictment of 14 individuals for their suspected role in human smuggling operations. The indictments -- which include charges of smuggling humans for profit, money laundering, participating in or assisting a criminal syndicate, conspiracy and racketeering -- follow a yearlong investigation by the Arizona Financial Crimes Task ...

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