Man gets 8 years, fined $53,000 for fraud

A contractor sentenced in a home-repair fraud case on Monday was ordered to make $53,000 in restitution after serving eight years in prison. Full Story

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#1 Jun 5, 2007
What a great word of encouragement. I was so pleased to see that our judicial system is readily at work in punishing the Fraud Contractors doing the Katrina Victims wrong.

To the shady Contractors TAKE NOTE and you better do what you say you are gonna do ... when you say you are going to do it. A THIEF IS A THIEF no matter how you look at it.

To the Homeowner's who have been violated, this is a note to you that your best interest is in the hearts of our legal officials. DON'T GIVE UP and DON'T ALLOW THESE CRIMINALS TO GET AWAY STEALING YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY.

Thank you Judge Terry!

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