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Cartel Attacks

American victims of “horrific attacks” by the Sinaloa, Juarez and Los Zetas drug cartels in Mexico failed to prove that, in their circumstances, HSBC materially supported international terrorism by laundering money for the cartels or “disregarding the fact” that funds would be used to support cartels in their acts of terrorism, the Second Circuit ruled.

NEW YORK — American victims of “horrific attacks” by the Sinaloa, Juarez and Los Zetas drug cartels in Mexico failed to prove that, in their circumstances, HSBC materially supported international terrorism by laundering money for the cartels or “disregarding the fact” that funds would be used to support cartels in their acts of terrorism, the Second Circuit ruled

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