Former NBA player sentenced in Missouri to 6 years in federal. – Former NBA player sentenced in Missouri to 6 years in federal prison for charity fraud scheme, filing false tax returns KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A former professional basketball player was sentenced to six years in federal prison Monday on charges related to an extensive charity fraud scheme.
New York Paralegal – · Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that DAVID ROSEN, the former CEO of MediSys Health Network, was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court to three years in prison for participating in a scheme to bribe New York State Senator Carl Kruger, New york state assemblyman william Boyland, Jr., and former New York State.
Ex-NBA Star Gets Prison For $2M Ponzi Scheme – Law360 – Law360, New York (January 21, 2016, 9:12 PM EST) — Former NBA player C. Tate George was sentenced Thursday to nine years in prison for bilking investors, including fellow players, out of $2.
Meet the con man who brought college basketball to its knees – · Meet the con man who brought college basketball to its knees. The Ponzi scheme unraveled in 2013 when the SEC contacted the athlete, who notified the agency that he.
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Ex-NBA player Tate George loses appeal of prison term in. – PHILADELPHIA — A federal appeals court has upheld the nine-year prison term for former NBA player and UConn star Tate George for running a real estate Ponzi scheme.
Publications | Jones Day Mobile Site – Bernard Madoff is sentenced to a prison term of 150 years for orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history and refusing to divulge his accomplices; of the amount invested in his funds, ranging from $13.2 billion to as much as $50 billion, only $1.2 billion has been located by investigators.
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – Fraud Headlines – The former chief executive of defunct drug company Inyx has been charged in connection with a fraud scheme that caused more than $100 million in losses and led to the collapse of one of Puerto Rico’s largest banks, the U.S. Justice Department said.
Watchdog warnings: Ball-playing, bomb-loving con artists. – Former NBA star sentenced in ponzi scheme: tate george, once a first-round NBA draft pick, will go to federal prison for nine years thanks to his role in a $2.55 million Ponzi scheme.