Washington, DC-area attorney indicted on charges he plotted to steal Somali government funds


Fencing to keep livestock away from streams. An attorney in Maryland has been hit with a long list of criminal charges, including wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering. Prosecutors say Jeremy showman of Bethesda, tried to fraudulently obtain control over hundreds of millions of dollars in the Central Bank of Somalia assets that are held in accounts that have been frozen due to civil war in that African country. His law firm's website says that showman is represented the Federal Republic of Somalia in various matters. Including

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