Stanford Gets 110 Years For $7B Ponzi Scheme
Described as a "ruthless predator" by prosecutors, Stanford was found guilty of 13 counts of mail fraud, wire fraud and obstruction. Prosecutors had sought a 230-year sentence for the former chairman of Stanford Financial Group, the maximum allowed under law, while the defendant had requested a 44-month sentence.
In sentencing Stanford...
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