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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 4 – Tetiana Berriors was arraigned on June 30 for money laundering - prostitution was mentioned but is not in the indictment.  

  U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil conducted the arraignment. Inner City Press was there, the only media in the courtroom. 

  After the Federal Defender asked for 90 days, Judge Vyskocil indicated that at that conference, on October 11, she intends to set a trial date.  

The Assistant US Attorney said he wanted add to the conditions of release that Berriors not continue to do business with and through the business at 9229 Queens Boulevard, Suite CU-14, in Rego Park, which he described as being involved in prostitution.

 Inner City Press found it on Google Maps, and here. What else will be done?  

So far, the SDNY prosecutors have said that from at least in or about December 2020 through at least in or about October 2022, TETIANA BERRIORS laundered funds on behalf of individuals engaged in a series of frauds, primarily BECs, that targeted individuals, public institutions, government entities, and businesses located across the United States.  The victims included, among others, a public research university in Pennsylvania, a housing developer in Texas, and a county-level government in California."

Jump cut to June 4, 2024 when in advance of a June 11 status conference the US Attorney's Office wrote in jointly to say plea negotiations are active, but if they fail November 18 would be agreeable for a trial.

 The case is US v. Berriors, 23-cr-267 (Vyskocil)


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