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Money launderer for ‘one of the most violent criminal organisations’ faces a decade in US prison

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A known money launderer for one of Mexico’s most prominent drug cartels has been sentenced to ten years behind bars in the US following a guilty plea earlier this year.

Bianca Acedo-Ojeda (34), a Mexican national, was extradited to San Diego in 2019 on suspicion that she helped move dirty money on behalf of the Sinaloa Cartel.

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