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For Money Laundering Brazil Bribes Juan Marcos Matos Ruiz Is Presented By Video in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 24 -- Amid the Coronavirus crisis Juan Marcos Matos Ruiz was presented not in person but by video on charges of money laundering Brazil bribes, before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave. 

 Judge Cave, an interpreter, Assistant US Attorney Benet J. Kearney and Inner City Press were all in SDNY Courtroom 24B, the new Magistrates Court complete with social distancing and a big bottle of Purell hand sanitizer.  

 But Juan Marcos Matos Ruiz was in Florida, were he was ordered to not be employed by his Matos LCC and to have no contact with Premier X and Premier RX.

    In the complaint he is described as taking a 15% commission on all laundered funds. The case is US v. Chocron, et al., 20-mj-2246 (Cave).


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