Fraudster, who fled to Canada, jailed for 17.5 years

Fraudster, who fled to Canada, jailed for 17.5 years

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  • Viviane 2014-03-10 2:40:47 PM
    ...and Vincent Lacroix of Norbourg is out on the street in Montreal. There is no justice in Canada for victims of white collar fraudsters.
    We need real sentences as in the U.S. for economic crimes.
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  • Ken MacCoy, CHS 2014-03-10 4:16:54 PM
    Quails gets 17.5 years from a U.S. court for ripping off $1 million from investors; while a Cdn. court only gave Earl Jones 11 years for his $50-million Ponzi scheme.

    Meaning Jones will be eligible for 'early release' after what ... 8 years? Something wrong with this picture.

    The Canadian courts need to start sending a stronger message!
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