No crime but feds grab and keep man’s $200,000

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Date: June 1st, 2014

tobaccoMinnesota – The strange journey of the $200 grand in the silver attaché case began when drug investigators raided a Minneapolis tobacco shop.

Since that November 2012 day, all charges have been dismissed against the store’s clerk, Mokrane Rahim, and a Hennepin County district judge ordered the return of his seized property.

But a year later, U.S. marshals are still baby-sitting the biggest haul from the investigation: $200,020 in cash, discovered by police in Rahim’s New Brighton bedroom.

After the case failed in state court, U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger filed a lawsuit against the money so it could be forfeited under federal law.  More

 

 

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