Panama’s Waked launches $165 million lawsuit
Abdul Waked, accused by US Treasury authorities of heading a criminal group linked to Colombian and Mexican drug cartels, is launching a court case claiming $165 million for the loss of the Felix B Maduro retail store chain.
He lost it after his group of companies were placed on the Clinton list of suspects of money-laundering and organized crime. The list prohibits US citizens or companies from doing business with those on the list.
Source: Newsroom Panama