iPod scam nets prison term | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

iPod scam nets prison term

A local businessman who orchestrated a $50 million iPod investment scam on the University of Miami campus must spend 17 years in prison, a federal judge ruled Friday.

Andres Leonel Pimstein, who pleaded guilty to a dozen wire-fraud counts in December, must also turn over 5,540 of the Apple devices and a Fidelity investment account totaling $138,522, U.S. District Judge Adalberto Jordan said.

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