Stanford Sues the Government for $7.2 Billion

Texas banker R. Allen Stanford, accused of running a $7.2 billion global Ponzi scheme, is suing the government agents who built the case for $7.2 billion. The suit, filed in federal court in Houston, says the agents — including federal prosecutors, FBI agents and regional officials of the SEC — conspired to deprive Stanford of his constitutional rights. – CNBC

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