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Five people charged with trafficking 385K of fake Nike Air Jordans worth $73 million


It’s gotta be the shoes! Except these weren’t THE shoes. Five people have been charged in New York with trafficking in counterfeit Nike Air Jordans, sneakers that, if authentic, would have been worth $73 million, according to the NYPD and Homeland Security. The counterfeit sneakers look like real Air Jordans in design and color but lack the logos that are registered trademarks. (ABC News)

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