Norman Hsu indicted in NY; indictment added; feds want Billy Boy’s sax back, plus “bottles of wine and champagne”
Just in from AP:
A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted Norman Hsu, a top Democratic fundraiser accused of cheating investors of at least $20 million and using some of the money to make illegal donations to political campaigns.
In the 15-count indictment returned in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, the government accused the 56-year-old clothing-industry entrepreneur of duping investors nationwide with a massive Ponzi scheme.
The Hillary Clinton campaign was too busy digging through Barack Obama’s homework to respond.
The campaign finance fraud counts:
And a demand that Hsu forfeit several items, including a sax from Billy Boy and some bottles of wine…blog comments powered by Disqus
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