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Former Track Bookkeeper Guilty

Virginia woman convicted of embezzling more than $1.3 million from Mountaineer

April 27, 2013

WHEELING (AP) — A Virginia woman was convicted Friday of embezzling more than $1....

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Ladydiamond

Apr-27-13 11:41 AM

A thief stealing from thieves. One will go to prison and the other will continue to steal from and destroy the lives of West Vriginia's poorest and most vulnerable citizens. That's pretty messed up.

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Ragnar

Apr-27-13 1:19 PM

This woman is facing 200 + years for stealing $1.3 million but a guy crashes a plane with $25 million in pure blow and evades federal marshals for 4 years gets a 7-year stretch in a minimum security prison (where he just walked out of a few weeks ago)?

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dyingov

Apr-27-13 2:47 PM

The gambling industry is a HUGE contributor to political campaigns...Don't mess with the elite politicians money machine!

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linslygrad

Apr-27-13 8:52 PM

Ragner: Where did you come up with 200+ years? She's looking at more like 8.

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Ragnar

Apr-27-13 11:10 PM

21 mail and wire fraud charges at 20 years each plus another charge at 10 years = 430 years.

She will most likely get 12 years and parole in just over 6.

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bloomin

Apr-28-13 8:31 PM

And what did she do with this 200K plus per year for 5 years? probably put in a machine

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linslygrad

Apr-28-13 9:52 PM

Ragnar: You might want to buy a copy of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. 405 months is the highest "non-life" sentence that a convicted felon can receive in the federal court system. There is no 2,400 month sentence (200 years) under the sentencing guidelines. Plus, even if she was sentenced to 12 years, there is no parole in the federal system. Prisoners receive 54 days of "good time" per year if they stay out of trouble. This means that "good" prisoners serve roughly 87.1 percent of their sentence at best, not the roughly 50 percent that your post indicates.

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