Fraudster Earl Jones to be released from prison today


Convicted fraudster Earl Jones is being released from jail today.

Jones pleaded guilty to running a ponzi scheme in 2010 that bilked his victims out of 50-million dollars — and was sentenced to 11 years behind bars.

He served 4 years.

More to come.

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  1. ric posted on 03/20/2014 02:50 PM
    This just sickens me. He got 11 years, serve them all. Why not pay back all the money stolen? There's no justice.
  2. peter posted on 03/20/2014 04:13 PM
    Ya go and steal a loaf of bread for your family to eat and if you get caught you will spend time in the slammer without parole.
    You hit it right on the nose rick. No justice.
    They should have put him away like the US did to Madoff
  3. Daniel Copeman posted on 03/21/2014 07:23 AM
    Honestly I think the people that got scammed deserved it. If you are that stupid you get what you deserve. I am 39, live off the grid collect welfare and work, plus have other actions going on that is what makes this country great. all these old people deserve it and they can feel worst knowing that Mr Jones has money hidden and will live the rest of his life just fine. ha ha ha
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