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Indictment Unsealed Alleging Credit Card “Bust Out” Scheme and Trafficking in Contraband Tobacco

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April 6, 2011 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma — Sanford C. Coats, United States Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma, announced today the unsealing of an indictment charging three men in a 59 count indictment.

KHAWER SAEED GHILL (aka “Sajjan Gill”), 40, residing at times in Midwest City, Mustang, and Edmond, Oklahoma, AHSAN ULLAH (aka “Ibrahim Khan” and “Shawn Ullah”), 41, residing at times in Mustang, Yukon, and Edmond, Oklahoma, and ASMAT ULLAH (aka “Uncle”), 60, a resident of Edmond, Oklahoma, have been charged in an indictment containing 59 counts that includes conspiracy, trafficking, bank fraud, and money laundering involving two primary schemes — a credit card "bust out" scheme and a separate scheme involving trafficking in untaxed cigarettes.

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