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Koljo Nikolovski, who had been indicted for taking out millions of dollars in fraudulent loans from the $240 million St. Paul Croatian FCU which were never repaid and led to the credit union’s collapse in 2010, pleaded guilty on Monday to 18 counts of bribery, bank fraud and money laundering.

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