NEW YORK -- The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York said last week 24 individuals have been charged with participating in a multimillion-dollar fraud and money-laundering scheme involving food stamps. volumes of food stamps from Chinese takeout restaurants in the Greater New York metropolitan area and other sources, at a certain percentage of the coupons' face value," then allegedly resold them to the defendants at a greater percentage of the face value. The complaint did ...

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