Venezuelan pleads guilty in Conn. pyramid scheme

May 20, 2011 Full story: The Hour

BRIDGEPORT -- A Venezuelan man admitted his involvement Thursday in an attempted cover-up of a Connecticut-based pyramid scheme, becoming the third person to plead guilty in one of the biggest white-collar criminal cases in state history.Federal prosecutors say Juan Carlos Horna Napolitano helped disgraced financer Francisco Illarramendi by filing ...

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#1 May 20, 2011
Another crook in Connecticut. I feel sorry for the people who he stole from. Give the crook, life in jail. Go in Peace and Praise the LORD, Amen.

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#2 May 20, 2011
It is bedtime for Tippy and her fish and myself, and to all, a good night.

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