3 Indian Americans convicted in Texas in multi-million money laundering scheme

“Loot and remit, die for dollars, outfox the Yankees!” has always been the rallying cry of the Indian Mafia.

The three were involved in a scheme that laundered narco dollars from US back to Mexico.

Six people were found guilty in Laredo, Texas, by the federal jury for their involvement in a two-year multi-million-dollar black market peso exchange money laundering scheme.

Out of the six, three are Indian Americans: Ravinder Reddy Gudipati, Harsh Jaggi and Neeru Jaggi. All three are from Laredo, Texas, and were convicted on February 12, following a five-week jury trial.