Federal authorities in New Jersey said five people associated with one of the largest counterfeit goods smuggling operations in history have pleaded guilty.
The five were among 29 people charged in the $325 million counterfeit ring taken down and revealed by federal officials in March 2012. The operation involved counterfeit smuggling and sales of well-known apparel and accessories brands, as well as large amounts of contraband drugs, authorities said in indictments and three criminal complaints at the time.
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