US Court Accuses Ex-Mexican Governor of Laundering $30 Million through Texas Real Estate

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A United States Court is accusing a former Mexican governor of money laundering.

Former Governor of the State of Tamaulipas Eugenio Hernández Flores is accused of laundering approximately US $30 million made from criminal activities.

However, in Mexico, Hernández is still free and without charge, in addition to having all his rights as an active member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party.

In 2015, seven of Hernandez’s properties in the United States were seized followed by 10 more in Quintana Roo when the Attorney General’s Office in Mexico started an investigation that has since seen little to no progress.

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