Panel upholds sentence of former NBA player convicted in $2M Ponzi scheme

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PHILADELPHIA– A former player with the New Jersey Nets will remain behind bars after he lost his appeal of a conviction for orchestrating a multimillion dollar fraud, Acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick said in a statement. C. Tate George, a Newark native, was sentenced to nine years in prison in January 2016 for defrauding investors…

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