Feds Beef Up Boustani Indictment Before Dismissal Args

Law360 (August 19, 2019, 4:49 PM EDT) -- Federal prosecutors filed a new indictment in the Mozambique corruption case against Lebanese salesman Jean Boustani on Monday, days ahead of a hearing on Boustani’s claim that the case should be dismissed for lacking a connection to the U.S.

Two former executives with Credit Suisse's global financing group have pled guilty to charges in the case, in which state-owned companies in Mozambique allegedly schemed to use loans to pay bribes. (AP) Boustani faces charges tied to an alleged scheme with Credit Suisse bankers to get state-owned companies in Mozambique to take out $2 billion in loans and then use $200 million...

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