- launder + -er (Wiktionary)
“Lawyers defending the hedge fund manager in the biggest US insider-dealing trial in decades have laid into the US government's star witness, branding him a money launderer and tax dodger who cut a plea deal to avoid criminal charges.”
“Thompson acknowledged the recording, but said any suggestion his client was involved with a known dealer or money launderer was a lie.”
“Augusto Pinochet was a dictator, murderer, torturer and money launderer.”
“As for the allegation about dining with a Russian money launderer, the attorney denied the claim and said that just because Prince Albert "has Russian friends doesn't mean that he is close to the mafia.”
“In the spring, Mr. Dujardin teams up with French actress Cécile de France to star in "Mobius," a spy drama about a powerful money launderer, directed by Eric Rochant.”
“Miller told HuffPost on Tuesday that she does not fit the profile of an underground lobbyist (or "influence launderer," as some call them).”
“Then I thought of our father the drug launderer, years before, looking down in the same way I studied Jenla's bent head, now -- his pronouncing a special name not for his daughters, but for the child who captured his imagination: La Bella Jennifer, with her golden hair that glowed so intensely it seemed like the sun shining in his world alone, and not any other.”
“I didn't know how I'd been selected (an FBI friend later told me it was because the bureau had found one of my books on the desk of an alleged money launderer).”
“Mr. Lane gets involved with a host of other characters: Henry Hill, the real-life "Goodfellas" turncoat booted from the federal witness-protection program; Jacob the Jeweler, the money launderer for Detroit's Black Mafia drug gang; a thieving Caribbean prime minister; and Peter Max.”
“Zac Efron to star as money launderer in "Snabba cash" ...”
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