Yechezkel and Tamar Nissenbaum are led out of their Miami Beach home by FBI agents after a raid Tuesday, May 17, 2016, in Miami Beach. Federal agents say the couple liquidated a certificate of deposit worth $141,000 in 2010, and then filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy the following year, without disclosing to the Miami bankruptcy court the liquidation.
Yechezkel and Tamar Nissenbaum are led out of their Miami Beach home by FBI agents after a raid Tuesday, May 17, 2016, in Miami Beach. Federal agents say the couple liquidated a certificate of deposit worth $141,000 in 2010, and then filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy the following year, without disclosing to the Miami bankruptcy court the liquidation. Courtesy of CBS4
Yechezkel and Tamar Nissenbaum are led out of their Miami Beach home by FBI agents after a raid Tuesday, May 17, 2016, in Miami Beach. Federal agents say the couple liquidated a certificate of deposit worth $141,000 in 2010, and then filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy the following year, without disclosing to the Miami bankruptcy court the liquidation. Courtesy of CBS4

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