Kentucky man to spend 12 years in prison for insane fraud scheme

Kentucky man to spend 12 years in prison for insane fraud scheme


Kentucky Businessman Sentenced in Manhattan Federal Court to 12 Years in Prison for $53 Million Tax Scheme and Massive Fraud That Involved the Bribery of Bank Officials

Federal Prosecutors Recommend Paul Hansmeier Spend The Next 12 Years In Prison.. description of Hansmeier and his long-running fraud.. the front man for the Prenda part of the scheme. But.

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And according to a court ruling to the tune of $110 million, that shouldn’t be believed, Nehme reports, After pleading guilty to fraud and money laundering. former friends in return for a reduction.

Chester Man Sentenced To Eight Years In Prison For Fraud Scheme Steven Hameed, 57, of Chester, Pennsylvania, was sentenced today to 97 months in prison for his multi-year scheme to steal government homes and file false tax forms against various police officers and government officials, announced Acting United States Attorney Louis D. Lappen.

Former Clinical Psychologist Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison for Role in $550 Million Social Security Fraud Scheme A former Kentucky clinical psychologist was sentenced today to 25 years in prison for his role in a scheme to fraudulently obtain more than $550 million in federal disability payments from the Social Security Administration (SSA.

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An eastern Kentucky disability attorney who masterminded the largest Social Security fraud in history has been sentenced to an additional 15 years in prison for fleeing the country in an effort to.

Eric Christopher Conn, 56, of Pikeville, Kentucky, was sentenced by U.S. district judge danny C. Reeves of the Eastern District of Kentucky to 12 years in prison, and to pay restitution in an amount in excess of $106 million to the SSA and HHS. Conn pleaded guilty to one count of theft of government money and one count of payment of gratuities.

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Jeffersonville man sentenced for bank and wire fraud scheme. Netherton will spend 24 months in a federal prison and pay more than $900,000 in restitution.. Officials find more than 12 dozen.

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