$800 Million Insurance Scam Mastermind Gets 20 Years

The Associated Press


U.S. District Judge Robert Scola (pictured) gave Joel Steinger credit for pleading guilty to avoid a lengthy and costly trial and said Steinger's multiple medical problems helped him avoid the maximum 50-year sentence sought by prosecutors.

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  • Williams Leroy

    Dirtbag scam artist, at least he will never see freedom again. Too bad the taxpayers have to foot his medical bills, maybe he will get a beat down in the grey bar hotel.

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