A Korean investor suing residents of Saipan for wire fraud, mail fraud, forgery, theft and extortion on March 1 asked the District Court of the Northern Mariana Islands to make a default judgment in favor of his claim because the accused parties have not replied or made a plea in the case.
The investor, Hwan Kim, alleges that from December 2006 to April 2014, he sent millions of dollars via wire transfer to Saipan believing it was going to the construction of a hotel resort project and to pay for a lease of a parcel of land in San . . .
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