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Kaloyeros Charged

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55 minutes ago, Eli said:

Is that the max for his crimes? Seems lenient (probably due to money). 

From last summer, thought the max was 20 years per count, $250K fine, depending on the amount of fraud and number of victims. Be happy he didn't just get probation.

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2 hours ago, DanesRGood said:

These white collar rich folks never get big sentences.

Only when they defraud richer people

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2 hours ago, UAalum72 said:

From last summer, thought the max was 20 years per count, $250K fine, depending on the amount of fraud and number of victims. Be happy he didn't just get probation.

#silverlining lol

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He got more time than any of the others who actually benefited financially.  I'm waiting for the appeals.  

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From what I’ve read he did not directly benefit financially, They were saying 10-14 yrs is what the prosecutors wanted and his lawyers 4 months! Most of what I’ve seen indicates he and another guy steered bids to two favored contractors by previewing the RFPs and writing them in such a way as to tailor them to the strengths of the favored companies. I guess that’s what they call bid rigging. The favored companies contributed heavily to Prince Andrew’s campaign, but don’t worry...cough cough...he’s not...cough cough....wink nod....involved. 🙄.

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NYS Attorney General has dropped state charges, since the punishment would be no more than the federal charges and probably would be served concurrently. Said they wanted to save the state's resources. Much of the state's evidence was used in the federal trial.

Just wish they had waited until the  federal appeals were done

 

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