Zorro, Gorby, And Howard The DuckEric Schine and Geoffrey Smith
You call that the headquarters of a worldwide financial empire? The little cinder-block coin shop looks like just another storefront. But from this tiny bunker in Cranston, R. I., coin dealer Stephen A. Saccoccia has allegedly spent much of the past two years glued to a cellular phone, directing a money-laundering network that moved more than $500 million in drug money around the globe. Then again, if the substance of a federal indictment is true, the shabby office isn't the only unusual aspect of Saccoccia's financial dealings.
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