For the first time ever, court documents relating to the arrest of master spy, Julio Antonio Marmol (a.k.a. del Marmol or D’Marmol) have been unsealed. These testify to his incredible story of printing millions in secret money to finance special operations.
Arrested by the Secret Service for counterfeiting, D’Marmol was brought up on enough counts to imprison him for 40 years. Now released, these documents were sealed due to the unusual circumstances of the case, since D’Marmol was actually working secretly with the government that arrested him!
At the time, to the media and the Secret Service, this appeared to be the largest counterfeit bust in history. Due to the utmost secrecy of his mission and loyalty to his team and country, D’Marmol did not reveal any of the secret plan during the indictment. Instead, he remained silent and was sentenced to only one year in a federal camp instead of forty.
Yet only a few months later, D’Marmol was out, a free man. How did this happen? His friends in high places intervened, but behind the scenes through secret maneuvers, keeping it out of the public eye. The case never went to trial, records were sealed and, until now, no one knew the true story of this incredible operation.
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