Justice was served today when a judge convicted former Worldcom CEO Bernie Ebbers to spend 25 years in jail for the $11 1 billion fraud that he oversaw and orchestrated at the telecommunications giant.
Ebbers deserves his time in jail,
especially since he keeps denying his role in the widespread crime that defrauded
Ebbers deserves his time in jail, especially since he keeps denying his role in the widespread crime that defrauded investors.
Worldcom today does business under the name
of MCI. Shortly after the company's bankruptcy they launched a campaign to gain
my long distance telephone business by constantly harassing me by telephone. I
have fond memories of the sales agent who got mad at me after I explained her that
I don't do business with crooks and frauds.
The truth hurts.
That's something that Mr. Ebers too is
going to find out for the coming years.
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