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George Reig - Lee Morris - Chris Taylor - Barrington Inv Grp
Don Quiote
Posted: Monday, October 3, 2011
Joined: 10/3/2011
Posts: 1


Trying to get in touch with two members who posted in 2005 on this topic.

Member - Wise Crackers

Member - Tired Tires

Appreciate any help.

Don Quiote

***Postings in 2005***

Posted: 9/28/2005 11:21:27 PM

By: Tired Tires

The reporting date was pushed back so that he could cooperate with an ongoing investigation. In return for this, a rule 35 hearing was requested by the prosecution, which led to the sentence recently being reduced to 1 year and 1 day. All this is readily available in online court records.

BOP shows him as being 'in transit' which can mean any number of things.

Posted: 9/19/2005 6:01:33 AM

By: wise crackers

Rieg got sentenced to 37 months but BOP records say he's not in prison. Why could this be?

Chris Taylor is awaiting trial.

The question is:

What happened to Admiral Lee Morris (which is not his real name I am told)? He was involved but is not a defendant. Why? Was he the snitch?

 


 

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