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US man pleads guilty to laundering over $5.5M in COVID-relief fraud scheme

A man in the United States has admitted to wire fraud and money laundering in a scheme that scammed the federal government of over $5.5M.

Mukund Mohan of Clyde Hill – near the north-western city of Seattle, Washington – pleaded guilty in a US court to both charges, which the department of Justice says were intended to support his plan to acquire funds meant for COVID relief.

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