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If found guilty, what would you suggest as a penalty for this guy? http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/10/07/testimony-to-begin-in-100m-navy-charity-fraud-case/

jc @ about 4 years ago

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Well at least he didn't take anything from the vets themselves. That's not an excuse, the guy is an àsshole of course. Looks like he could get add much as 40 years in prison. I doubt it'll be that harsh. If it were up to me I'd say give him 10.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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If he stashed half of the cash, ten years would be well worth the wait. The effect this could have on legitimate veteran charities is the sad part.

jc @ about 4 years ago

Yellow Springs, OH 45387, USA

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I hope he gets acquitted .

H2O @ about 4 years ago

Spotsylvania, VA 22553, USA

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Usually seizure of all known assets, to repay victims of fraud, is an aspect of these sentences. H2O, why acquit? Because the victims were idiots or something?

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Hudson, WI, USA

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Doc,,, Known assets might be a problem in this case. He was arrested carrying nearly a million in cash. If that was his "walking around money", he's probably got a few other stashes.

jc @ about 4 years ago

Yellow Springs, OH 45387, USA

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I mean all his known assets, regardless of source...compared to the proven value of donations from the defrauded folks. Cars, houses, etc. can be seized, sold, and the proceeds used to make repayment.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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