St. Paul banker John Markert fails in bid for prison-term reduction
Former St. Paul banker John Markert's bid to cut short his 3.5-year prison term failed Thursday, as U.S. District Judge Ann Montgomery reimposed the original sentence despite an appellate court opinion saying the sentence should be possibly be reduced.
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#1 Dec 20, 2013
I worked with and knew John. I am sad that he got involved with the wrong people.
#2 Mar 17, 2014
QUAD CITY BANK & TRUST CO., Bettendorf, Iowa enjoys a rich history of Internal Treachery & Betrayal of Trust. They can buy lawyers & Judges like the Federal "Judges" that protected this corporation from paying penalties & pains in case US Dist Ct-South IOWA case 3:12-cv-00083 and the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals case 13-2474. The US Judiciary is either a COMEDY OF ERRORS or a TRAGEDY, with FRAUDS Acting Under Color of Law. You Tube: LAWLESS AMERICA and Legal Land. I believe these statements to be TRUE.
#3 Aug 14, 2014
John is innocent. The fact that he is in prison, and sick, is a crying shame.
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