Fla. Man Guilty Of Ex-Im Bank Fraud Extradited To US

Law360, New York (October 04, 2013, 3:43 PM ET) -- A man found guilty in Florida federal court of conspiring to defraud the Export-Import Bank of the United States has been extradited from Argentina to the United States after almost two years in that country's custody, the Office of Inspector General for the Ex-Im Bank announced Thursday.

Jose L. Quijano, formerly of Miami, fled to Argentina on June 7, 2011, just weeks before U.S District Judge Adalberto J. Jordan ordered him to pay $956,251 in restitution and sentenced him to 46 months in prison and 36...
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