“I wanted to beat them because I wanted to protect my name,” said Brian Vazquez, a Kansas City, Kan., businessman who successfully fought Sprint’s federal lawsuit that claimed he was part of a cellphone trafficking scheme.
“I wanted to beat them because I wanted to protect my name,” said Brian Vazquez, a Kansas City, Kan., businessman who successfully fought Sprint’s federal lawsuit that claimed he was part of a cellphone trafficking scheme. Brian Vazquez
“I wanted to beat them because I wanted to protect my name,” said Brian Vazquez, a Kansas City, Kan., businessman who successfully fought Sprint’s federal lawsuit that claimed he was part of a cellphone trafficking scheme. Brian Vazquez

Sprint’s cellphone trafficking case ends in jury verdict favoring KCK businessman

March 14, 2017 07:00 AM

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