Card Tricks: Uncovering a LaRouche scam

Uncovering a LaRouche scam

Although the raids took place nearly 500 miles apart, they were staged almost simultaneously and went off without a hitch. At dawn in the leafy, colonial town of Leesburg, Va., local officers, state police and federal agents surrounded two buildings that house the headquarters of Right-Wing Extremist Lyndon LaRouche. In Quincy, Mass., seven FBI agents entered a branch office of Caucus Distributors Inc., a LaRouche-run company, and seized documents. Later the same day a federal grand jury in Boston handed up a 117-count indictment charging ten defendants with obstruction of justice and more than $1 million in credit-card fraud related to...

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