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Caught With $200000 Cash in a Car Xin Lin Pleads to Unlicensed Transmittal for 24 Months

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell book

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Feb 2 – Xin Lin was charged with operating an unlicensed money transmittal business after after a bag of over $200,000 in cash was found in his car.  

    On February 2, 2023 he came to plead guilty before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Katherine Polk Failla. Inner City Press went and covered it. 

 Lin had initially been charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering. He noted, through an interpreter, that the cash was already seized (or "taken," he said), and that the car had been returned. 

   His plea deal has a stipulated guidelines range of 24 to 30 months. 

  Judge Failla accepted his plea and set May 4 at 3 pm for his sentencing. The case is US v. Xin Lin, 21-cr-665 (Failla)


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