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This is the house that now-fugitive credit union CEO built in the Cleveland suburb of Solon, Ohio.

A federal judge has signed a warrant to seize a $1 million home that federal prosecutors allege was built with funds embezzled by Alex R. Spirikaitis, an FBI fugitive and former president/CEO of the $23.6 million Taupa Lithuanian in Cleveland that was closed and liquidated in July by the NCUA.

Peter Strozniak

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