Ex-Frontier Holdings CEO Blasts 'Gamesmanship' By Feds

Law360, New York (April 10, 2012, 7:49 PM ET) -- Frontier Holdings Inc.'s former CEO asked a Georgia federal judge Monday to strike the government's response to his motion to vacate a $6.8 million restitution order over an alleged investment fraud, calling government arguments a shifting "etch-a-sketch" exercise and "litigation gamesmanship."

Jeffrey Wallace Edwards, who was sentenced in December to nine years in prison on charges he used Frontier to scam investors out of $7.4 million, is trying to beat down the government's response to his March 9 motion arguing that the restitution order should be...
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