When a case involves a fashion heir charged with money laundering and a missile silo converted into an LSD factory, the legal fireworks usually live up to the occasion. Attorneys for Stefan Wathne supplied their own explosions last week when they accused the feds of prosecutorial misconduct for not telling grand jurors that evidence they were considering had been obtained in Russia through coercive means. But some legal observers think it will be difficult for the defense motion to succeed.
A Money Laundering Case With All Kinds of Dirt
July 8, 2008