Dan Horn, Kentucky Enquirer http://weku.fm en Millions in Fake Goods Seized at Airport http://weku.fm/post/millions-fake-goods-seized-airport <p><a href="http://nky.cincinnati.com/article/AB/20110928/NEWS01/109290315 "><strong>Customs officers seized almost $5.4 million</strong></a> in ball caps, purses, watches and other counterfeit products last week during a crackdown at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The campaign by U.S. Customs and Border Protection comes a year after a similar but longer operation netted $21 million in knockoff products at the airport. Customs officials say the two operations show counterfeit imports have become such a problem at the airport that they may need to beef up inspections, possibly by adding more officers to help with a more aggressive examination of imported products. Thu, 29 Sep 2011 14:37:46 +0000 Dan Horn, Kentucky Enquirer 13369 at http://weku.fm $640K from Mexico Found in Airport http://weku.fm/post/640k-mexico-found-airport <p><a href="http://nky.cincinnati.com/articleAB/20110815/NEWS01/108160306/">Customs officers made the biggest cash seizure ever</a> Saturday at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport when they discovered almost $640,000 hidden inside tortilla press machines from Mexico. The officers spotted something unusual during a routine X-ray of the boxes and decided to drill into one of the presses&#39; rollers. When the drill bit came out, it was covered in green and white bits of $100 bills. Tue, 16 Aug 2011 14:08:18 +0000 Dan Horn, Kentucky Enquirer 10652 at http://weku.fm Fen-Phen Lawyer banned from Ohio Suit http://weku.fm/post/fen-phen-lawyer-banned-ohio-suit <p><a href="http://nky.cincinnati.com/article/AB/20110616/NEWS010702/106170334/Chesley-barred-from-class-action-suit?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE">Cincinnati lawyer Stan Chesley, who</a> already faces the potential loss of his law license, took another hit Thursday when Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine barred him from representing the state in a major case. A DeWine spokeswoman said Chesley would no longer be permitted to oversee the state&#39;s class action lawsuit against mortgage giant Fannie Mae. The decision comes two days after the Kentucky Bar Association&#39;s board of governors recommended that Chesley should be permanently disbarred in the state for his role in the settlement of the fen-phen diet drug case. Fri, 17 Jun 2011 12:01:31 +0000 Dan Horn, Kentucky Enquirer 6722 at http://weku.fm