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After Hurricane Katrina, a Bank Turns to Money Laundering http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/29/business/29hancock.html "It will take up to at least half a year to reconsolidate." —John Hairston, chief operating officer, Hancock Bank (Gulfport, Miss., $4.7 billion in assets)

After Hurricane Katrina, a Bank Turns to Money Laundering http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/29/business/29hancock.html

"It will take up to at least half a year to reconsolidate." —John Hairston, chief operating officer, Hancock Bank (Gulfport, Miss., $4.7 billion in assets)

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