Anyway, here’s the scoop – Pendleton was sentenced for using two different identities and social security numbers in order to receive social security pensions resulting in an overpayment of approximately ,000 to her.She had received widowers benefits based upon her marriage to a deceased former wage contributor to the social security system.The full press release from the US Attorneys office is here.While an indictment is not guilt – this is one doctor whose passion for “good” may have been overwhelmed by “greed.” Atlanta, Georgia: 12 years in federal prison and million in restitution is what Travis E.Now, let me state that while four months in prison seems insignificant – it is not.This former Human Resources person is now a convicted felon and is facing a huge fine along with the discomfort of prison. D., the former CEO of Inter Mune, Inc., was indicted on wire fraud and felony Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act charges for his role in the creation and dissemination of false and misleading information about the efficacy of Inter Mune’s drug Actimmune (Interferon gamma-1b) as a treatment for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.In less than 5 years, he took in over 0 million in investment money from private individual investors.
Wonder if that confounds Irishmen around the world? They were: Dondre Green, Widley Francois, Michael Georges, Nigel Sookdeo, David Berry, Caddrick Spivey and Monique Thomas. Thereafter, these credit cards were delivered to co-conspirators who recruited “shoppers” to make purchases at local businesses utilizing the stolen credit cards.CORRELL falsely represented that he would invest investors’ principal in high-yield programs with foreign banks, which were regulated differently than United States financial institutions, thus enabling such foreign banks to pay extraordinarily generous returns.CORRELL promised the investors that they would receive a monthly return on their investments of between 4 and 8 percent, and ultimately be refunded their invested principal.Often, these “shoppers” would make either large purchases of gift cards from the Target Department store, where they were assisted by other co-conspirators who were Target employees.These co-conspirators overrode Target’s internal security controls, or would purchase other goods and services utilizing counterfeit Florida Driver’s licenses in conjunction with the stolen credit cards.The settlement covers CVS Caremark’s submission of reimbursement claims to Medicaid programs from April 2000 through December 2006.