Berkshire County men face prison, agree to pay millions in Vermont fraud case
The former head of a Lenox school for troubled young women and his son and son-in-law are facing prison time and have agreed to pay back the state of Vermont and the U.S. government $3 million for what the U.S. Attorney's Office calls "egregious" tax and health care fraud connected to a Bennington, Vt., school they had operated.
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#1 May 8, 2013
Good to see people like this finally revealed. I'm sure you didn't do it right? Just listen to dad, he's been telling the truth for years.
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