Miguel Ventura sliced a pizza in October 2004 at his restaurant near the Red River Gorge, which is popular with climbers. He and his wife were acquitted recently of more than 50 counts of federal bank violations.
Miguel Ventura sliced a pizza in October 2004 at his restaurant near the Red River Gorge, which is popular with climbers. He and his wife were acquitted recently of more than 50 counts of federal bank violations. Lexington Herald-Leader
Miguel Ventura sliced a pizza in October 2004 at his restaurant near the Red River Gorge, which is popular with climbers. He and his wife were acquitted recently of more than 50 counts of federal bank violations. Lexington Herald-Leader

Owners of Miguel's Pizza acquitted of charges they broke federal banking law

August 29, 2013 01:53 PM

UPDATED August 30, 2013 10:57 AM

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