Attorney launders money for group selling drugs and counterfeit Viagra


Alan Koslow 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A lawyer was arrested on a charge of money laundering after being accused of laundering money for a gang selling drugs and knock-off Viagra, according to police in Florida.

Now, 62-year-old Alan Koslow of Hollywood, has been sentenced to serve one year in prison after pleading guilty to one count of money laundering.

He was also ordered to pay $7,500 in fines and $8,500 in restitution.

57-year-old Susan Mohr of Delray Beach, who works as a lobbyist, is scheduled to be sentenced to one year in prison after admitting to money laundering.

According to the police investigation, Koslow and Mohr agreed to launder money for undercover FBI agents posing as criminals.

The funds came from an illegal gambling business and the sale of narcotics. The funds also came from the sale of counterfeit Viagra.

The undercover agents gave the two suspects cash, and in return, they received cashier checks, minus a 5 percent commission.