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February 23, 2016

Posted  February 29, 2016

Las Vegas resident Joseph Micelli was sentenced to 60 months in prison and to pay $5.65 million in restitution and to forfeit $505,220 in fraudulent proceeds for his role in an investment fraud scheme that promoted fraudulent investment opportunities and caused more than $5 million in losses to investors.  Micelli admitted he conspired with others in the U.S. and Switzerland to promote investments and loan instruments he knew to be fraudulent.  They did so through a Swiss company known as the Malom Group A.G.  Micelli further admitted he held himself out to investors as an attorney, when in fact he had lost his license to practice law.  DOJ

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