Many of Judah properties still up for sale, after money laundering - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/25/10

Many of Judah's seized properties still up for sale, after money laundering case

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – Many of Benny Judah's businesses are still up for sale with proceeds going toward offsetting losses suffered by roughly 250 investors, mostly from Lubbock.  

Harrigan's Grill & Bar with locations in Lubbock & Odessa was put up for sale in December.  It's still available for nearly $1 million. Zookini's with locations in Lubbock, San Angelo & Abilene is still available. The asking price for it is $740,000. Las Brisas Southwest Steakhouse in Lubbock  is still available for more than $2.5 million. 

All three of these businesses were put up for sale in December of 2009, and are still available according to a website set up the court-appointed Receivership Trustee.  

This month, The Falls Tennis & Athletic Club went up for sale with a listed purchase price of more than $4 million. 

You can see more information about these properties at the receivers website. (click here)

Judah is currently serving a 25-year prison sentence for money laundering and the sale of unregistered securities.  

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