Monday, June 23, 2008

Hollinger International Executive Convicted

In a recent story at MSNBC, they give details on the recent conviction of ex-media head Conrad Black. He was found guilty of three counts of mail fraud, and one count of obstruction of justice. The jury found him guilty of stealing $3.5 million from share holders. Overlooked during the convictions were nine other charges which had to deal with things from tax fraud to racketeering. He was once the an executive at Hollinger International, which was known for publishing community news papers including the Chicago Sun Times, the Daily Telegraph in London, and the Jerusalem Post in Israel.

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