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HONGKONG-BUDGET/
RTR4R1C1 
February 25, 2015 
A man rests in his cage home, which he rents for HK$1,800 ($230) per month in Hong Kong February 15,... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man rests in his cage home, which he rents for $230 per month in Hong Kong 
A man rests in his cage home, which he rents for HK$1,800 ($230) per month in Hong Kong February 15, 2015. Hong Kong is expected to unveil measures to support low-income families and boost the city's labour market in its annual budget on February 25, although an uncertain economic outlook makes bold new initiatives unlikely. Picture taken February 15. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
HONGKONG-PROPERTY/
RTR3A17Y 
November 05, 2012 
A resident watches TV in a common area in front of his bed which he rents for $167 as his home in Hong... 
Hong Kong, China 
A resident watches TV in a common area in front of his bed which he rents for $167 as his home in Hong... 
A resident watches TV in a common area in front of his bed which he rents for $167 as his home in Hong Kong November 1, 2012. In October, Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying singled out the re-emergence of cage homes - wire mesh hutches stacked on top of each other - and cubicle apartments as issues that highlighted the gravity of poverty that existed alongside one of Asia's glittering financial centres. More than 1.1 million people, or 17 percent of Hong Kong's population, lived below the poverty line in 2011, earning less than HK$3,500 ($450) per month, according to the Hong Kong Council of Social Services. It defined poverty as earning less than half of the average monthly income. Picture taken November 1, 2012. To match HONGKONG-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE SOCIETY POVERTY) 
ASIA-FREELANCE/
RTR3901Q 
October 10, 2012 
Sheila Ortencio, an online contractor, takes care of her sleeping daughter as she works on her computer... 
Manila, Philippines 
Ortencio, an online contractor, takes care of her sleeping daughter as she works on her computer inside... 
Sheila Ortencio, an online contractor, takes care of her sleeping daughter as she works on her computer inside a bedroom of their house in Lipa city, south of Manila October 5, 2012. Not far from the world of regimented cubicles and headset-toting call centre operators, a quiet revolution is stirring in its slippers. While it's early days, proponents of so-called commercial crowdsourcing contend that a swelling army of global freelancers is already disrupting traditional outsourcing - from preparing tax statements to conducting research on pediatricians. Picture taken October 5, 2012. To match story ASIA-FREELANCE/ REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
ASIA-FREELANCE/
RTR3901M 
October 10, 2012 
Sheila Ortencio, an online contractor, plays with a puppy in front of her computer desk inside her residence... 
Manila, Philippines 
Ortencio, online contractor, plays with a puppy in front of her computer desk inside her residence in... 
Sheila Ortencio, an online contractor, plays with a puppy in front of her computer desk inside her residence in Lipa city, south of Manila October 5, 2012. Not far from the world of regimented cubicles and headset-toting call centre operators, a quiet revolution is stirring in its slippers. While it's early days, proponents of so-called commercial crowdsourcing contend that a swelling army of global freelancers is already disrupting traditional outsourcing - from preparing tax statements to conducting research on pediatricians. Picture taken October 5, 2012. To match story ASIA-FREELANCE/ REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
POPULATION/
RTR2SQK4 
October 17, 2011 
ATTENTION EDITORS - IMAGE 15 OF 22 OF PICTURE PACKAGE '7 BILLION, 7 STORIES - OVERCROWDED IN HONG KONG.... 
Hong Kong, China 
An elderly resident poses in his cubicle in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong 
ATTENTION EDITORS - IMAGE 15 OF 22 OF PICTURE PACKAGE '7 BILLION, 7 STORIES - OVERCROWDED IN HONG KONG. SEARCH 'MONG KOK' FOR ALL IMAGES - An elderly resident poses in his cubicle in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong, October 4, 2011. Mong Kok has the highest population density in the world, with 130,000 in one square kilometre. The world's population will reach seven billion on 31 October 2011, according to projections by the United Nations, which says this global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet. While more people are living longer and healthier lives, says the U.N., gaps between rich and poor are widening and more people than ever are vulnerable to food insecurity and water shortages. Picture taken October 4, 2011. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2BF4R 
March 09, 2010 
A man walks past a smoking cubicle, still in its protective plastic wrapping, outside Marie-Elisabeth-Lueders-Haus... 
Berlin, Germany 
A man walks past a smoking cubicle pictured outside Marie-Elisabeth-Lueders-Haus building in Berlin 
A man walks past a smoking cubicle, still in its protective plastic wrapping, outside Marie-Elisabeth-Lueders-Haus building, an administrative structure of the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, March 9, 2010. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH) 
GERMANY/
RTR2BF4J 
March 09, 2010 
A man walks past a smoking cubicle, still in its protective plastic wrapping, outside Marie-Elisabeth-Lueders-Haus... 
Berlin, Germany 
A man walks past a smoking cubicle pictured outside Marie-Elisabeth-Lueders-Haus building in Berlin 
A man walks past a smoking cubicle, still in its protective plastic wrapping, outside Marie-Elisabeth-Lueders-Haus building, an administrative structure of the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, March 9, 2010. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH) 
HONGKONG/
RTR27X5L 
September 16, 2009 
A man sits in his caged bed in Hong Kong September 16, 2009. Thousands of people live in similar caged... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man sits in his caged bed in Hong Kong 
A man sits in his caged bed in Hong Kong September 16, 2009. Thousands of people live in similar caged homes, which cost an average monthly rental rate of $150, in one of the world's largest financial hubs, according to the Society for Community Organization, an NGO which helps those in need. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
HONGKONG
RTR27WJP 
September 16, 2009 
A man rests inside his "cubicle" home, one of the 19 24-square feet units inside a 600 square foot residential... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man rests inside his "cubicle" home in Hong Kong 
A man rests inside his "cubicle" home, one of the 19 24-square feet units inside a 600 square foot residential apartment complex in Hong Kong September 16, 2009. The Hong Kong government estimates that about 100,000 people live in similar "cubicle" units, which cost an average monthly rental rate of $150, in one of the world's largest financial hubs, according to the Society for Community Organization, an NGO which helps those in need. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
HONGKONG/
RTR27WJH 
September 16, 2009 
A woman sits inside her "cubicle" home, one of the 19 24-square feet units inside a 600 square foot residential... 
Hong Kong, China 
A woman sits inside her "cubicle" home in Hong Kong 
A woman sits inside her "cubicle" home, one of the 19 24-square feet units inside a 600 square foot residential apartment complex in Hong Kong September 16, 2009. The Hong Kong government estimates that about 100,000 people live in similar "cubicle" units, which cost an average monthly rental rate of $150, in one of the world's largest financial hubs, according to the Society for Community Organization, an NGO which helps those in need. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
HONGKONG/
RTXD039 
March 20, 2009 
A resident takes a nap at one of about 100 cage homes in Hong Kong March 20, 2009. The monthly rent of... 
Hong Kong, China 
Resident takes nap at one of about 100 cage homes in Hong Kong 
A resident takes a nap at one of about 100 cage homes in Hong Kong March 20, 2009. The monthly rent of a caged-bed, the lowest standard for a shelter in Hong Kong besides sleeping on the street, costs $150. Hong Kong's unemployment rate has risen to five percent, the highest level since June 2006, government said on Tuesday. Labour Secretary Matthew Cheung said the worsening job market was noticeable and he expects unemployment to rise further, government radio reported. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
HONGKONG/
RTXD031 
March 20, 2009 
A resident walks inside one of about 100 cage homes in Hong Kong March 20, 2009. The monthly rent of... 
Hong Kong, China 
Resident walks inside one of about 100 cage homes in Hong Kong 
A resident walks inside one of about 100 cage homes in Hong Kong March 20, 2009. The monthly rent of a caged-bed, the lowest standard for a shelter in Hong Kong besides sleeping on the street, costs $150. Hong Kong's unemployment rate has risen to five percent, the highest level since June 2006, government said on Tuesday. Labour Secretary Matthew Cheung said the worsening job market was noticeable and he expects unemployment to rise further, government radio reported. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZTS 
July 16, 2008 
Yan Chi-keung sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts... 
Hong Kong, China 
Yan Chi-keung sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Yan Chi-keung sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZTO 
July 16, 2008 
Kong Siu-kau waits for dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16,... 
Hong Kong, China 
Kong Siu-kau waits for dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Kong Siu-kau waits for dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZTK 
July 16, 2008 
Lam Ping-kuen waits for dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16,... 
Hong Kong, China 
Lam Ping-kuen waits for dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Lam Ping-kuen waits for dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZTF 
July 16, 2008 
Kong Siu-kau waits for dinner in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In... 
Hong Kong, China 
Kong Siu-kau waits for dinner in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Kong Siu-kau waits for dinner in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZT8 
July 16, 2008 
A man plays cards in a small cage while waiting for the dinner in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man plays cards in a small cage while waiting for the dinner in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui 
A man plays cards in a small cage while waiting for the dinner in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZT6 
July 16, 2008 
Tai Lun-po sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts... 
Hong Kong, China 
Tai Lun-po sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Tai Lun-po sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZSY 
July 16, 2008 
A man burns incense next to a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man burns incense next to a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
A man burns incense next to a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZSS 
July 16, 2008 
Men eat next to small cages in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like... 
Hong Kong, China 
Men eat next small cages in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Men eat next to small cages in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZSK 
July 16, 2008 
Kong Siu-kau eats in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older... 
Hong Kong, China 
Kong Siu-kau eats in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Kong Siu-kau eats in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZSG 
July 16, 2008 
A man reads newspaper while waiting for dinner in a small tenement flat in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man reads newspaper while waiting for dinner in a small tenement flat in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui 
A man reads newspaper while waiting for dinner in a small tenement flat in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZS6 
July 16, 2008 
Yan Chi-keung sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts... 
Hong Kong, China 
Yan Chi-keung sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Yan Chi-keung sleeps in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZRZ 
July 16, 2008 
Lam Ping-kuen waits for the dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July... 
Hong Kong, China 
Lam Ping-kuen waits for the dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district 
Lam Ping-kuen waits for the dinner in front of a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZRY 
July 16, 2008 
A man burns incense while sitting in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008.... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man burns incense while sitting in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui 
A man burns incense while sitting in a small cage in Hong Kong's Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
HONGKONG-POOR/
RTX7ZRE 
July 16, 2008 
Tai Lun-po sleeps in a small cage in Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai... 
Hong Kong, China 
Tai Lun-po sleeps in a small cage in Tai Kok Tsui district 
Tai Lun-po sleeps in a small cage in Tai Kok Tsui district July 16, 2008. In older districts like Tai Kok Tsui, hundreds of elderly men still reside in caged cubicles in cramped, old tenement flats which house up to 12 individuals in often squalid conditions. Hong Kong on Wednesday announced a $1.4 billion inflation relief package for low-income groups, but for these downtrodden "cage-men" living in tiny cubicles, the measures gave little comfort. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA) 
BUSH
RTR1YUXN 
March 28, 2008 
U.S. President George W. Bush greets a worker inside a glass cubicle as he tours Novadebt, a consumer... 
Freehold, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Bush greets a worker as he tours Novadebt in Freehold 
U.S. President George W. Bush greets a worker inside a glass cubicle as he tours Novadebt, a consumer debt counseling center in Freehold, New Jersey March 28, 2008. Bush made a statement on the housing crisis during his visit to the company. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) 
ELECTION
RTRETLB 
November 02, 2004 
The Ohio state flag and U.S. flag feature in a cubicle of the Bush-Cheney Ohio campaign headquarters... 
Columbus, UNITED STATES 
US President George W. Bush greets workers at his Ohio campaign headquarters in Columbus Ohio. 
The Ohio state flag and U.S. flag feature in a cubicle of the Bush-Cheney Ohio campaign headquarters as U.S. President George W. Bush greets workers, in Columbus, Ohio on election day, November 2, 2004. Bush and Democratic nominee John Kerry battled to an unpredictable finish, racing through a handful of crucial swing states Monday to hunt for the votes that could break open a deadlocked White House race. REUTERS/Jason Reed US ELECTION JIR/HB 
PORRO
RTXLO0O 
November 12, 2002 
Alfred Porro sits in his prison cubicle at the Lewisburg Federal Prison Camp in Lewisburg, PA, November... 
Lewisburg, USA 
Alfred Porro sits in his prison cubicle at the Lewisburg Federal Prison Camp in Lewisburg, PA, Novem..... 
Alfred Porro sits in his prison cubicle at the Lewisburg Federal Prison Camp in Lewisburg, PA, November 6, 2002. [Porro remembers the pleasure of walking the corridors of Capitol Hill when he was special counsel to Rep. Henry Helstoski. He recalls dining with his former business partner, Football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, as waiters hovered and women flocked to them. Porro, a New Jersey corporate attorney, enjoyed all the trappings of power: the Mercedes, the 12-room house with tennis court and pool, the charge cards, the expense accounts -- until he was caught diverting money from a trust fund.] Porro, 67, is now inmate No. 20532-050, a convicted white-collar criminal serving out a nearly 6-year sentence at the Lewisburg Federal Prison Camp in Pennsylvania. 
RTRDR83 
November 06, 2002 
Alfred Porro sits in his prison cubicle at the Lewisburg Federal Prison
Camp in Lewisburg, PA, November... 
Washington, USA 
TO MATCH FEATURE CRIME FINANCIAL. 
Alfred Porro sits in his prison cubicle at the Lewisburg Federal Prison
Camp in Lewisburg, PA, November 6, 2002. Porro remembers the pleasure
of walking the corridors of Capitol Hill when he was special counsel to
Rep. Henry Helstoski. He recalls dining with his former business
partner, Football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, as waiters hovered and
women flocked to them. Porro, a New Jersey corporate attorney, enjoyed
all the trappings of power: the Mercedes, the 12-room house with tennis
court and pool, the charge cards, the expense accounts - until he was
caught diverting money from a trust fund. Porro, 67, is now inmate No.
20532-050, a convicted white-collar criminal serving out a nearly
6-year sentence at the Lewisburg Federal Prison Camp in Pennsylvania.
REUTERS/Peter Fox/FOR FEATURE CRIME-FINANCIAL

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RTRDR7Y 
November 06, 2002 
Alfred Porro sits in his prison cubicle at the Lewisburg Federal Prison
Camp in Lewisburg, PA, November... 
Washington, USA 
TO MATCH THE CRIME FINANCIAL STORY. 
Alfred Porro sits in his prison cubicle at the Lewisburg Federal Prison
Camp in Lewisburg, PA, November 6, 2002. Porro remembers the pleasure
of walking the corridors of Capitol Hill when he was special counsel to
Rep. Henry Helstoski. He recalls dining with his former business
partner, Football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, as waiters hovered and
women flocked to them. Porro, a New Jersey corporate attorney, enjoyed
all the trappings of power: the Mercedes, the 12-room house with tennis
court and pool, the charge cards, the expense accounts - until he was
caught diverting money from a trust fund. Porro, 67, is now inmate No.
20532-050, a convicted white-collar criminal serving out a nearly
6-year sentence at the Lewisburg Federal Prison Camp in Pennsylvania.
REUTERS/Peter Fox TO MATCH THE CRIME FINANCIAL STORY

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