Fla. Men Defend Claims To Property In Alleged Fraud Scheme

By Caroline Simson (June 11, 2021, 7:34 PM EDT) -- Two Miami-based associates of the former owners of Ukraine's PrivatBank are urging a federal judge not to nix their claims to a 31-story Kentucky skyscraper being targeted by U.S. prosecutors for its alleged connection to a money laundering scheme.

Mordechai Korf and Uriel Laber told the court on Thursday that the U.S. has known about their interests in the property known as PNC Plaza, located in downtown Louisville, since the matter was first filed nearly a year ago. In its complaint, the government noted that the interests of Korf and Laber "may be adversely affected by these proceedings."

Moreover, prosecutors seek...

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