Sentence handed down in US money laundering conspiracy case

The Department of Justice announced that Carlos Zelaya, a Honduran citizen residing in Louisiana, has been sentenced to 46 months in prison for conspiring to launder $1.3 million of ill-gotten gains.  Zelaya pleaded guilty to charges that he had conspired with his brother, the former Executive Director of the Honduran Institute of Social Security, to launder bribes paid to the brother by purchasing real estate in the New Orleans area.

DOJ Press Release

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