A Federal District Court has judge denied a request for Injunctive Relief, in a Connecticut case filed against NETFLIX, to prevent it from giving its members access to the motion picture "The Laundromat," which they allege defames them in the movie's depiction of their reputed money laundering activities. We note that both MF partners have been charged, in the Republic of Panama, with a number of offenses. The Court transferred the case to California, according to media reports.
Readers who wish to review the complete text of the 42-page Verified Complaint may access it here.
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