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$10.5 million Medicare fraud scheme leads to guilty pleas in money-laundering conspiracy

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Two Miami men pleaded guilty last week to money laundering in a $10.5 million Medicare fraud scheme using shell companies, the Justice Department said Thursday. Alain Remy, 35, and Rafael Roche, 43, pled guilty last week to conspiring to draw fraudulent health care proceeds from shell companies. Between November 2007 and August 2009, Renew Therapy submitted more than $10.5 million to Medicare...

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