Confessions Of A Money LaundererBy
Kenneth W. Rijock used to chuckle when he watched Miami Vice. The drug lords and gangsters in midnight shoot-outs didn't match the lifestyle of the former Miami attorney turned money launderer. Like many a globe-trotting businessman, Rijock traveled weekly to the Caribbean, with monthly jaunts to London, Paris, and other European capitals. "There were such stereotypes and gangsters, and they weren't at all sophisticated," he says of the TV characters. His work "was a much more intellectual form of that program."
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