'WORTH KILLING OVER': HOW A PLANE MOGUL DODGED US SCRUTINY

WASHINGTON — When a Kansas strip-mall bank with possible mob ties folded in the mid-1980s, federal authorities investigated whether a shareholder, Iranian-born aviation magnate Farhad Azima, should face criminal charges.

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