Petters Asks Court to Vacate 50-Year Prison Term for Fraud
Thomas Petters, the Minnesota businessman sentenced to 50 years in prison after being found guilty of running a $3.5 billion fraud scheme, asked a U.S. judge to set aside his punishment.
If Petters wants a true release (under Brady materials) – he would simply point out that the MN U.S. Attorney’s office had ties to his case.
Marty Lackner commits suicide (speciously) – as he was brother to MN Asst U.S. Attorney J. Lackner.
And THAT was never disclosed at trial.
When it is – Petters is Scot Free!
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