Holder honors SF prosecutors

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder honored six federal prosecutors from San Francisco for their work pursuing a money laundering case against a former Ukrainian prime minister. The six prosecutors won a jury conviction on Prime Minister Pavel Lazarenko in federal court in The City in 2004 for using U.S. banks to launder $21.7 million extorted from a businessman in Ukraine in the 1990s.

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