Victor Casado, a Federal corrections officer who smuggled cellular telephones and alcohol to the Iranian oil-for-gold sanctions evader, Reza Zarrab, when he was confined at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, the Federal pre-trial facility in Manhatten, and reportedly received $50,000 in bribes for that service, was sentenced this month to three years' imprisonment, and three years Supervised Release after he has served his period of incarceration.
Casado, a former New York City police officer who resigned in disgrace in 2008, must also forfeit $26,500, the amount that the government was able to trace and document. he must surrender at the Danbury FCI on February 26, to begin his sentence.
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