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A Baltimore man is facing a up to 240 years in prison for running a $23 million tax fraud operation and engaging in a scheme to obtain more than $3 million in loans from four Maryland credit unions.

A federal jury in U.S. District Court in Baltimore convicted Makushamari Gozo on July 31 of 18 counts of making a false claim and five counts of bank fraud.

Peter Strozniak

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