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B.C.C.I. was the Bank of Credit and Commerce International. By the 1980's it had hundreds of branches in 78 countries, including one in Tampa. It was also tied to terrorists, drug runners, and dictators. This week on Florida Stories, we hear from two attorneys who represented some of the defendants in the B.C.C.I. case which was held in Tampa Federal Court.
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