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COUPLE CAUGHT SETTING UP OVER 100 SHAM MARRIAGES FOR PAY

3 Former Executives Of Nonprofit Accused In Embezzlement Case Appear In Court
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Three former executives of a nonprofit in Los Angeles appeared in court Wednesday following an investigation that spanned four years.
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‘I will never again break the law’: O.C. woman goes to prison for sham marriage and visa business
An Orange County woman was sentenced Monday to four months in prison for running a fraudulent marriage and visa business with her family — an enterprise that prosecutors contended netted up to $60,000 per phony marriage for mostly Indian citizens who wished to stay in the U.S.
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3 Former Executives Of Nonprofit Accused In Embezzlement Case Appear In Court

Chicana Service Action Center executives charged in $8.5-million fraud case
“The result is that a wonderful organization has been destroyed leaving hundreds, if not thousands of people without services,” said attorneys Michael Nasatir, Victor Sherman and Matthew Lombard. Chicana Service Action Center, they said, has “cooperated with this investigation from the beginning. We are confident that an objective review of the evidence will demonstrate that they are innocent.”
– Los Angeles Times (July 08, 2015)

Prosecutors portray L.A. County sheriff’s officials as co-conspirators
– Los Angeles Times (June 20, 2015)

In deal with prosecutors, L.A. County sheriff’s deputy pleads guilty
– Los Angeles Times (June 2, 2015)

$35 MILLION OF COCAINE SEIZED IN MASSIVE SOCAL DRUG BUST

Sinaloa Cartel:680 lbs of cocaine found in Victorville-Santa Fe Springs Calif.
Five people were arrested and nearly 700 pounds of cocaine seized in what officials on Thursday called the largest cocaine bust in the state in recent memory, spanning from the Inland Empire to Los Angeles County.

Michael Jackson’s Doctor on trial