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Topic - Samuel "Mouli" Cohen
A former social activist convicted of defrauding a California charity backed by celebrities Danny Glover and Harry Belafonte was sentenced Tuesday to three years and four months in prison.
A former high-tech executive convicted of defrauding investors of at least $30 million received on Monday one of the harshest sentences meted out in a white-collar criminal case.
Cohen told the two Vanguard leaders that Microsoft Corp. was poised to buy a company he launched called Ecast and enticed them and others to invest in the startup with personal and foundation money.
Over the years, Cohen claimed the acquisition was being held up by U.S. regulators and then their counterparts in Europe.