Greed

  • Oops! Bank CEO Found Guilty of Concealing $100M in Losses

    Indicted and now convicted Gilbert Lindstrom, former CEO of TierOne Bank will be heading off to the hoosegow. As the leader of the once high-flying $3 Billion bank, Lundstrom was the third official to go down in what was Nebraska's biggest bank failure.

  • Michael Grimm Pleads Guilty To Tax Evasion (UPDATED)

    UPDATE: Former Congressman, Michael Grimm, has been sentenced to 8 months in jail for tax fraud. And well, life definitely couldn't be more "Grim" for this guy. He did his best to plead for the mercy of the court but the judge didn't buy it saying to Grimm, "Your moral compass needs some reorientation." And that our friends, is what Rikers is for, or at least whichever country club prison he'll be going to. Original story follows...

  • Former Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord Pleads Guilty

    On February 17, 2015 former Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord pleaded guilty to two attempted extortion charges. Being a former treasurer, it sounds like extortion was right up his alley! This guy knows money! Next skill to master - making license plates.

  • Former Virginia Governer Robert McDonnell Sentenced To 2 Years In Federal Prison

    After having been found guilty on September 4, 2015 on charges of public corruption, former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell has finally been sentenced.  On January 6, 2015 he was ordered to serve two years in federal prison.

  • Stephen Baldwin Has Money?

    The youngest of the "Baldwin Brothers", Stephen Baldwin, was arrested by the distract attorney's office in Rockland County, New York in December 2012. His offense? Failing to file personal income tax returns. He apparently hadn't filed three years of returns and allegedly owed the state more than $350,000. Nice!

  • Not Such A "Tiny" Scheme

    In August of 2012, actor Tommy "Tiny" Lister was taken into custody by US Marshals. His crime? A multimillion dollar mortgage fraud scheme.