Meet Ken Rijock. Decorated Vietnam veteran. High flying lawyer. And one of the world's biggest money launderers.
In 1980s Miami, Ken Rijock was the middle man between the Colombians and the domestic cartels flooding America's streets with cocaine. Every Friday, carrying hundreds of thousands of dollars in a tattered suitcase, he would fly by private jet to a tax haven in the Caribbean. Rijock's operation was responsible for 'cleaning' over $200 million of dirty cash. And all the time he was in love with a cop.
It finally came crashing down when a client testified against him. He agreed go undercover for the DEA, and he now works with banks and governments to track the new generation of money launderers.
Like Frank Abagnale's Catch Me If You Can and Howard Marks' Mr Nice, The Laundry Man is the remarkable story of an ordinary man caught up in an extraordinary life.