Weekly Roundup: Drug Cartels Linked to Counterfeit NFL Merchandise, Court Orders Japanese Bank to Turn Over Iran Money, and More

Investigators are warning that Mexican drug cartels have been involved in the sale of counterfeit NFL merchandise in flea markets and parking lots, the Associated Press reported Thursday. Seizures of phony NFL materials show that the groups are likely using sales in border states to launder drug money. More A federal judge has ordered Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. to hand over more than $260,000 held for Iran-based entities to family members of U.S. Air Force service members killed in a 1996 attack in Saudi Arabia, Reuters reported Tuesday. The servicemen died in the bombing of Khobar Towers, an attack...