SANTA ANA, California – A Placentia man who participated in a scheme that filed fraudulent tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service and sought over $800,000 in refunds based on non-existent employees at two shell companies has been sentenced to over five years in federal prison.
Day: October 25, 2017
SANTA ANA, California – Two California men have been sentenced to multi-year federal prison terms after being convicted of federal wire fraud charges for participating in a “high-yield prime bank” scam that stole more than $5 million from victims across the nation who were promised huge returns on investments, purportedly with little or no risk.
The Department of Justice today filed a Statement of Interest in Shaw v. Burke at the request of the Department of Education. The plaintiff, Kevin Shaw, is a student at Los Angeles Pierce College, a public college within the Los Angeles Community College District. He is challenging the constitutionality of a Pierce College policy that effectively bans all free expression on campus outside a 616 square-foot “Free Speech Area.”