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DA Announces Charges Against Five Suspects in Fatal Shooting of East Flatbush Laundromat Owner

Butler plotted the assassination with a friend, who recruited his teenage stepson and his two friends to commit the murder.

Five Queens residents have been indicted in connection with the brutal murder of an East Flatbush laundromat owner who was shot 13 times and then robbed of his $30,000 gold chain last December, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez announced Tuesday. Money Perkins, 37, was ambushed by four assailants, all armed with handguns, inside his laundromat, Money P. Clean/Munir, located on Clarendon Road on Dec. 1, just before 6 pm in a murder plot allegedly orchestrated by Perkin’s cousin, Ronnie Butler, who had an ongoing dispute with him. Click here to read more on