A Marine in Iraq sent home $43,000 in stolen cash by hiding it in a footlocker among American flags. A soldier shipped thousands more concealed in a toy stuffed animal, and an embassy employee tricked the State Department into wiring $240,000 into his foreign bank account.

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Reports: Prosecutions going up for war zone crime More people are being indicted and convicted by the US for bribery, theft and other reconstruction-related crimes As the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan wind down, the number of people indicted and convicted by the U.S. for bribery, theft and other reconstruction-related crimes in both countries is rapidly WASHINGTON — A Marine in Iraq sent home $43,000 in stolen cash by hiding it in a footlocker among American flags. A soldier shipped thousands more concealed in a toy stuffed animal. An embassy Reports: Prosecutions going up for A Marine in Iraq sent home $43,000 in stolen cash by hiding it in a footlocker among American flags. A soldier shipped thousands more concealed in a toy stuffed animal, and an embassy employee Tags: reports, prosecutions, going, zone, for war zone crime, reports say. by . Sunday, October 30th 2011 . A A. WASHINGTON (AP) - A Marine in Iraq sent home $43,000 in stolen cash by hiding it in for war zone crime as Iraq, Afghanistan wars wind down The amount recovered is believed to be a tiny fraction of what's been stolen in the two war zones for war zone crime, reports say. By Associated Press; Oct. 30, 2011 [ AD HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THIS STORY ] WASHINGTON » A Marine in Iraq sent home $43,000 in stolen

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