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June 14, 2012 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme, arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing June 14, 2012. In a demand more likely to remain symbolic than be fulfilled, the U.S. government wants Allen Stanford to forfeit $5.9 billion from his massive Ponzi scheme, even though the convicted financier has been declared indigent. The demand requires court approval, and was made two days before Stanford, who was once considered a billionaire, is to be sentenced for operating a multi-billion dollar fraud. Stanford, 62, could spend the rest of his life behind bars. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD-PONZI
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June 14, 2012 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme, arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing June 14, 2012. In a demand more likely to remain symbolic than be fulfilled, the U.S. government wants Allen Stanford to forfeit $5.9 billion from his massive Ponzi scheme, even though the convicted financier has been declared indigent. The demand requires court approval, and was made two days before Stanford, who was once considered a billionaire, is to be sentenced for operating a multi-billion dollar fraud. Stanford, 62, could spend the rest of his life behind bars. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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June 14, 2012 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme, arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing June 14, 2012. In a demand more likely to remain symbolic than be fulfilled, the U.S. government wants Allen Stanford to forfeit $5.9 billion from his massive Ponzi scheme, even though the convicted financier has been declared indigent. The demand requires court approval, and was made two days before Stanford, who was once considered a billionaire, is to be sentenced for operating a multi-billion dollar fraud. Stanford, 62, could spend the rest of his life behind bars. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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June 14, 2012 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing. 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme, arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing June 14, 2012. In a demand more likely to remain symbolic than be fulfilled, the U.S. government wants Allen Stanford to forfeit $5.9 billion from his massive Ponzi scheme, even though the convicted financier has been declared indigent. The demand requires court approval, and was made two days before Stanford, who was once considered a billionaire, is to be sentenced for operating a multi-billion dollar fraud. Stanford, 62, could spend the rest of his life behind bars. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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June 14, 2012 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing. 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme, arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing June 14, 2012. In a demand more likely to remain symbolic than be fulfilled, the U.S. government wants Allen Stanford to forfeit $5.9 billion from his massive Ponzi scheme, even though the convicted financier has been declared indigent. The demand requires court approval, and was made two days before Stanford, who was once considered a billionaire, is to be sentenced for operating a multi-billion dollar fraud. Stanford, 62, could spend the rest of his life behind bars. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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June 14, 2012 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing. 
Convicted financier Allen Stanford, who faces up to 230 years in prison for his $7 billion Ponzi scheme, arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing June 14, 2012. In a demand more likely to remain symbolic than be fulfilled, the U.S. government wants Allen Stanford to forfeit $5.9 billion from his massive Ponzi scheme, even though the convicted financier has been declared indigent. The demand requires court approval, and was made two days before Stanford, who was once considered a billionaire, is to be sentenced for operating a multi-billion dollar fraud. Stanford, 62, could spend the rest of his life behind bars. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford (C) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford (C) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012.... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012.... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford (top) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford (top) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Donna W. Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012.... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Donna W. Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford (L) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford (L) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford (L) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Donna W. Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford (C) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford (C) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford (C) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Donna W. Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012.... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Donna W. Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012.... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford (C) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6,... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston 
Allen Stanford (C) leaves the Federal Courthouse where the jury found him guilty, in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was convicted on Tuesday of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, a verdict that caps a riches-to-rags trajectory for the former Texas financier and Caribbean playboy. He was found guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment, including fraud, conspiracy and obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford enters the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal trial... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford enters the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal trial... 
Allen Stanford enters the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was found guilty of conspiracy and fraud charges by a federal jury on Tuesday for leading a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from his offshore bank in Antigua. A jury of eight men and four women found Stanford, whose net worth was once estimated at more than $2 billion, guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal... 
Allen Stanford waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was found guilty of conspiracy and fraud charges by a federal jury on Tuesday for leading a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from his offshore bank in Antigua. A jury of eight men and four women found Stanford, whose net worth was once estimated at more than $2 billion, guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal... 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was found guilty of conspiracy and fraud charges by a federal jury on Tuesday for leading a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from his offshore bank in Antigua. A jury of eight men and four women found Stanford, whose net worth was once estimated at more than $2 billion, guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict... 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury has reached a verdict in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was found guilty of conspiracy and fraud charges by a federal jury on Tuesday for leading a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from his offshore bank in Antigua. A jury of eight men and four women found Stanford, whose net worth was once estimated at more than $2 billion, guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/VERDICT
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his... 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford was found guilty of conspiracy and fraud charges by a federal jury on Tuesday for leading a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from his offshore bank in Antigua. A jury of eight men and four women found Stanford, whose net worth was once estimated at more than $2 billion, guilty on 13 counts of a 14-count criminal indictment. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his... 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford, 61, on trial in federal court in Houston, is accused of running a $7.1 billion Ponzi scheme. During the trial, prosecutors say that the former Texas financier used Stanford International Bank in Antigua as his own personal ATM, spending the deposits of his investors to finance a playboy lifestyle. Stanford's attorneys say he was not involved in day-to-day business decisions or any fraud. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his... 
Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford, 61, on trial in federal court in Houston, is accused of running a $7.1 billion Ponzi scheme. During the trial, prosecutors say that the former Texas financier used Stanford International Bank in Antigua as his own personal ATM, spending the deposits of his investors to finance a playboy lifestyle. Stanford's attorneys say he was not involved in day-to-day business decisions or any fraud. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford walks into the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford walks into the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial... 
Allen Stanford walks into the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford, 61, on trial in federal court in Houston, is accused of running a $7.1 billion Ponzi scheme. During the trial, prosecutors say that the former Texas financier used Stanford International Bank in Antigua as his own personal ATM, spending the deposits of his investors to finance a playboy lifestyle. Stanford's attorneys say he was not involved in day-to-day business decisions or any fraud. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/
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March 06, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial... 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where the jury is deliberating in his criminal trial in Houston March 6, 2012. Stanford, 61, on trial in federal court in Houston, is accused of running a $7.1 billion Ponzi scheme. During the trial, prosecutors say that the former Texas financier used Stanford International Bank in Antigua as his own personal ATM, spending the deposits of his investors to finance a playboy lifestyle. Stanford's attorneys say he was not involved in day-to-day business decisions or any fraud. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/
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February 29, 2012 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Texas financier Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse in Houston 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin in his criminal trial in Houston February 29, 2012. Stanford, 61, is accused of bilking investors from more than 100 countries by selling fraudulent certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, and then using those deposits to finance his own lifestyle. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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February 29, 2012 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Texas financier Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse in Houston 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin in his criminal trial in Houston February 29, 2012. Stanford, 61, is accused of bilking investors from more than 100 countries by selling fraudulent certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, and then using those deposits to finance his own lifestyle. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
STANFORD/
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February 29, 2012 
Texas financier Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where final arguments... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Texas financier Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse in Houston 
Texas financier Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin in his criminal trial in Houston February 29, 2012. Stanford, 61, is accused of bilking investors from more than 100 countries by selling fraudulent certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, and then using those deposits to finance his own lifestyle. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
STANFORD/
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February 29, 2012 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Texas financier Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse in Houston 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin in his criminal trial in Houston February 29, 2012. Stanford, 61, is accused of bilking investors from more than 100 countries by selling fraudulent certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, and then using those deposits to finance his own lifestyle. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
STANFORD/
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February 29, 2012 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Texas financier Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin in his criminal trial in Houston February 29, 2012. Stanford, 61, is accused of bilking investors from more than 100 countries by selling fraudulent certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, and then using those deposits to finance his own lifestyle. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
STANFORD/
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February 29, 2012 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Texas financier Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse in Houston 
Texas financier Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin in his criminal trial in Houston February 29, 2012. Stanford, 61, is accused of bilking investors from more than 100 countries by selling fraudulent certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, and then using those deposits to finance his own lifestyle. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
STANFORD/
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February 29, 2012 
Texas financier Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where final arguments... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Texas financier Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse in Houston 
Texas financier Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin in his criminal trial in Houston February 29, 2012. Stanford, 61, is accused of bilking investors from more than 100 countries by selling fraudulent certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, and then using those deposits to finance his own lifestyle. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
STANFORD/
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February 29, 2012 
Texas financier Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where final arguments... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Texas financier Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse in Houston 
Texas financier Allen Stanford smiles as he waits to enter the Federal Courthouse where final arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin in his criminal trial in Houston February 29, 2012. Stanford, 61, is accused of bilking investors from more than 100 countries by selling fraudulent certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, and then using those deposits to finance his own lifestyle. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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February 24, 2012 
Allen Stanford (L) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford (L) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling charges that he orchestrated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors contend that Stanford stole money deposited at Stanford International Bank in Antigua and spent it on girlfriends, mansions, private jets and yachts. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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February 24, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling charges that he orchestrated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors contend that Stanford stole money deposited at Stanford International Bank in Antigua and spent it on girlfriends, mansions, private jets and yachts. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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February 24, 2012 
Allen Stanford (R) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford (R) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling charges that he orchestrated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors contend that Stanford stole money deposited at Stanford International Bank in Antigua and spent it on girlfriends, mansions, private jets and yachts. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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February 24, 2012 
Allen Stanford (C) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford (C) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling charges that he orchestrated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors contend that Stanford stole money deposited at Stanford International Bank in Antigua and spent it on girlfriends, mansions, private jets and yachts. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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February 24, 2012 
Allen Stanford (R) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston. 
Allen Stanford (R) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling charges that he orchestrated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors contend that Stanford stole money deposited at Stanford International Bank in Antigua and spent it on girlfriends, mansions, private jets and yachts. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/
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February 24, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling charges that he orchestrated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors contend that Stanford stole money deposited at Stanford International Bank in Antigua and spent it on girlfriends, mansions, private jets and yachts. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
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February 24, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling charges that he orchestrated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors contend that Stanford stole money deposited at Stanford International Bank in Antigua and spent it on girlfriends, mansions, private jets and yachts. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/
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February 24, 2012 
Allen Stanford (C) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford (C) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston February 24, 2012. Stanford is on trial battling charges that he operated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from Stanford International Bank, his offshore bank on the Caribbean island of Antigua. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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January 23, 2012 
Allen Stanford (L) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford (L) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling charges that he operated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from Stanford International Bank Ltd, his offshore bank on the Caribbean island of Antigua. Securities regulators are due in court on Tuesday to argue that a brokerage industry-backed protection fund should let thousands of victims of Stanford's alleged Ponzi scheme file claims for compensation. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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January 23, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling charges that he operated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from Stanford International Bank Ltd, his offshore bank on the Caribbean island of Antigua. Securities regulators are due in court on Tuesday to argue that a brokerage industry-backed protection fund should let thousands of victims of Stanford's alleged Ponzi scheme file claims for compensation. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
STANFORD/
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January 23, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives (L) at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford arrives (L) at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling charges that he operated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from Stanford International Bank Ltd, his offshore bank on the Caribbean island of Antigua. Securities regulators are due in court on Tuesday to argue that a brokerage industry-backed protection fund should let thousands of victims of Stanford's alleged Ponzi scheme file claims for compensation. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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January 23, 2012 
Allen Stanford (R) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford (R) arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling charges that he operated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from Stanford International Bank Ltd, his offshore bank on the Caribbean island of Antigua. Securities regulators are due in court on Tuesday to argue that a brokerage industry-backed protection fund should let thousands of victims of Stanford's alleged Ponzi scheme file claims for compensation. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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January 23, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling... 
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Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling charges that he operated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from Stanford International Bank Ltd, his offshore bank on the Caribbean island of Antigua. Securities regulators are due in court on Tuesday to argue that a brokerage industry-backed protection fund should let thousands of victims of Stanford's alleged Ponzi scheme file claims for compensation. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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January 23, 2012 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling... 
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Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston 
Allen Stanford arrives at the Federal Court in Houston January 23, 2012. Stanford, 61, is on trial battling charges that he operated a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from Stanford International Bank Ltd, his offshore bank on the Caribbean island of Antigua. Securities regulators are due in court on Tuesday to argue that a brokerage industry-backed protection fund should let thousands of victims of Stanford's alleged Ponzi scheme file claims for compensation. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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June 04, 2011 
Auctioneer Harry Worstell starts the bidding during a court-ordered auction of property seized from Stanford... 
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Auctioneer Harry Worstell starts the bidding during a court-ordered auction of property seized from Stanford... 
Auctioneer Harry Worstell starts the bidding during a court-ordered auction of property seized from Stanford Financial's offices in Houston June 4, 2011. U.S. Prosecutors have accused Texas financier Allen Stanford of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme and defrauding investors who bought bogus certificates of deposit issued by his Antigua-based SIBL. Stanford, who has denied any wrongdoing, is scheduled to go on trial in September. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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June 04, 2011 
A prospective bidder takes a photo of disgraced financier Allen Stanford's purported $3 million antique... 
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Allen Stanford's purported $3m antique desk is among items in a court-ordered auction of property seized... 
A prospective bidder takes a photo of disgraced financier Allen Stanford's purported $3 million antique desk, which he claimed was once owned by a King, which is among items in a court-ordered auction of property seized from Stanford's offices in Houston June 4, 2011. The 8 foot by 4 foot Victorian partner's library table is likely worth about $10,000, according to research conducted by the auction house. U.S. Prosecutors have accused Stanford of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme and defrauding investors who bought bogus certificates of deposit issued by his Antigua-based SIBL. Stanford, who has denied any wrongdoing, is scheduled to go on trial in September. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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June 04, 2011 
A customer takes a photo of disgraced financier Allen Stanford's purported $3 million antique desk, which... 
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Allen Stanford's purported $3m antique desk is among items in a court-ordered auction of property seized... 
A customer takes a photo of disgraced financier Allen Stanford's purported $3 million antique desk, which he claimed was once owned by a King, which is among items in a court-ordered auction of property seized from Stanford's offices in Houston June 4, 2011. The 8 foot by 4 foot Victorian partner's library table is likely worth about $10,000, according to research conducted by the auction house. U.S. Prosecutors have accused Stanford of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme and defrauding investors who bought bogus certificates of deposit issued by his Antigua-based SIBL. Stanford, who has denied any wrongdoing, is scheduled to go on trial in September. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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June 04, 2011 
Potential bidders look at items offered for sale during a court-ordered auction of property seized from... 
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Potential bidders look at items offered for sale during a court-ordered auction of property seized from... 
Potential bidders look at items offered for sale during a court-ordered auction of property seized from disgraced financier Allen Stanford's offices in Houston June 4, 2011. U.S. Prosecutors have accused Stanford of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme and defrauding investors who bought bogus certificates of deposit issued by his Antigua-based SIBL. Stanford, who has denied any wrongdoing, is scheduled to go on trial in September. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
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August 24, 2010 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
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R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston August 24, 2010. Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, has lost a bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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August 24, 2010 
R. Allen Stanford exits a van upon arriving at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge... 
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R. Allen Stanford exits a van upon arriving at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge... 
R. Allen Stanford exits a van upon arriving at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston August 24, 2010. Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, has lost a bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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August 24, 2010 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
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R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston August 24, 2010. Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, has lost a bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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August 24, 2010 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
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R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston August 24, 2010. Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, has lost a bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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August 24, 2010 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
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R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston August 24, 2010. Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, has lost a bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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August 24, 2010 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
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R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston... 
R. Allen Stanford arrives at federal court for a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston August 24, 2010. Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, has lost a bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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August 11, 2010 
Allen Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, arrives at federal court in Houston,... 
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File photo of Allen Stanford arriving at federal court in Houston 
Allen Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, arrives at federal court in Houston, Texas, in this December 17, 2009 file photograph. Stanford lost his bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Donna Carson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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August 11, 2010 
Allen Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, leaves federal court in Houston,... 
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File photo of Allen Stanford leaving federal court in Houston 
Allen Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, leaves federal court in Houston, Texas in this October 14, 2009 file photograph. Stanford lost his bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Richard Carson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT) 
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August 11, 2010 
Allen Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, leaves federal court in Houston,... 
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File photo of Allen Stanford leaveing federal court in Houston 
Allen Stanford, accused of masterminding a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, leaves federal court in Houston, Texas in this October 14, 2009 file photograph. Stanford lost his bid to get out of jail to work on a separate trial seeking to hold Lloyd's of London responsible for his defense costs. REUTERS/Richard Carson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
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