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December 10, 2014
Stanford University students listen while classmates make a presentation to a group of visiting venture...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Students listen while classmates make presentation to group of visiting venture capitalists during Technology...
Stanford University students listen while classmates make a presentation to a group of visiting venture capitalists during their Technology Entrepreneurship class in Stanford, California March 11, 2014. Picture taken March 11, 2014. To match Special Report USA-STARTUPS/STANFORD REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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December 10, 2014
Cyclists traverse the main quad on Stanford University's campus in Stanford, California May 9, 2014....
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Cyclists traverse the main quad on Stanford University's campus in Stanford, California
Cyclists traverse the main quad on Stanford University's campus in Stanford, California May 9, 2014. Picture taken May 9, 2014. To match Special Report USA-STARTUPS/STANFORD REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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December 10, 2014
Stanford University students Fabian Bock (L) and Josephine Chen (R) present a semester project to a group...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Students present a semester project to a group of visiting venture capitalists during their Technology...
Stanford University students Fabian Bock (L) and Josephine Chen (R) present a semester project to a group of visiting venture capitalists during their Technology Entrepreneurship class in Stanford, California March 11, 2014. Picture taken March 11, 2014. To match Special Report USA-STARTUPS/STANFORD REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his...
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his wife Lori in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis crosses a street as he leaves...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with wife...
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis crosses a street as he leaves federal court with his wife Lori and attorney David Finn (L) in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his...
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his wife Lori and attorney David Finn (L) in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his...
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his wife Lori and attorney David Finn (R) in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis stands inside the federal court...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis stands inside federal court with...
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis stands inside the federal court with attorney David Finn (R) in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Steve Campbell (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis enters federal court in Houston...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis enters federal court in Houston...
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis enters federal court in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Steve Campbell (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis enters federal court with his...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis enters federal court with his...
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis enters federal court with his wife Lori in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Steve Campbell (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his...
Stanford Financial Group's former chief investment officer James Davis leaves federal court with his wife Lori in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
STANFORD
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August 27, 2009
Stanford Financial Group Chief Investment Officer James Davis enters federal court with his wife Lori...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group Chief Investment Officer James Davis enters federal court with his wife Lori...
Stanford Financial Group Chief Investment Officer James Davis enters federal court with his wife Lori in Houston August 27, 2009. Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the conspiracy, fraud and obstruction charges. REUTERS/Steve Campbell (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
STANFORD-DAVIS/PLEA
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July 13, 2009
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer Davis leaves a federal court after appearing...
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife, after appearing before a magistrate on charges related to the investigation into the company, in Houston July 13, 2009. Davis plans to enter a guilty plea to federal charges as early as next week, his lawyer said on Monday. Davis faces 30 years in prison on conspiracy and obstruction charges related to an alleged $7 billion Ponzi scheme involving certificates of deposit issued by the offshore bank in Antigua. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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July 13, 2009
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court in Houston...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer Davis leaves federal court in Houston after appearing...
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court in Houston after appearing before a magistrate on charges related to the investigation into the company July 13, 2009. Davis plans to enter a guilty plea to federal charges as early as next week, his lawyer said on Monday. Davis faces 30 years in prison on conspiracy and obstruction charges related to an alleged $7 billion Ponzi scheme involving certificates of deposit issued by the offshore bank in Antigua. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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July 13, 2009
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court in Houston...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer Davis leaves federal court in Houston after appearing...
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court in Houston after appearing before a magistrate on charges related to the investigation into the company July 13, 2009. Davis plans to enter a guilty plea to federal charges as early as next week, his lawyer said on Monday. Davis faces 30 years in prison on conspiracy and obstruction charges related to an alleged $7 billion Ponzi scheme involving certificates of deposit issued by the offshore bank in Antigua. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
STANFORD-DAVIS/PLEA
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July 13, 2009
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer Davis leaves a federal court after appearing...
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife, after appearing before a magistrate on charges related to the investigation into the company, in Houston July 13, 2009. Davis plans to enter a guilty plea to federal charges as early as next week, his lawyer said on Monday. Davis faces 30 years in prison on conspiracy and obstruction charges related to an alleged $7 billion Ponzi scheme involving certificates of deposit issued by the offshore bank in Antigua. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
STANFORD-DAVIS/PLEA
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July 13, 2009
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Former Stanford Financial Group CFO Davis leaves a federal court with his wife and attorney Finn after...
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife and attorney David Finn (R) after appearing before a magistrate on charges related to the investigation into the company, in Houston July 13, 2009. Davis plans to enter a guilty plea to federal charges as early as next week, his lawyer said on Monday. Davis faces 30 years in prison on conspiracy and obstruction charges related to an alleged $7 billion Ponzi scheme involving certificates of deposit issued by the offshore bank in Antigua. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
STANFORD-DAVIS/PLEA
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July 13, 2009
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer Davis leaves a federal court after appearing...
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife, after appearing before a magistrate on charges related to the investigation into the company, in Houston July 13, 2009. Davis plans to enter a guilty plea to federal charges as early as next week, his lawyer said on Monday. Davis faces 30 years in prison on conspiracy and obstruction charges related to an alleged $7 billion Ponzi scheme involving certificates of deposit issued by the offshore bank in Antigua. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
STANFORD-DAVIS/PLEA
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July 13, 2009
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer Davis leaves a federal court after appearing...
Former Stanford Financial Group Chief Financial Officer James Davis leaves a federal court with his wife, after appearing before a magistrate on charges related to the investigation into the company, in Houston July 13, 2009. Davis plans to enter a guilty plea to federal charges as early as next week, his lawyer said on Monday. Davis faces 30 years in prison on conspiracy and obstruction charges related to an alleged $7 billion Ponzi scheme involving certificates of deposit issued by the offshore bank in Antigua. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
STANFORD/
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June 26, 2009
Gilbert Lopez (C), the chief accounting officer at Stanford Group walks with his lawyers, Jim Levine...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Gilbert Lopez the chief accounting officer at Stanford Group leaves the Bob Casey Federal courthouse...
Gilbert Lopez (C), the chief accounting officer at Stanford Group walks with his lawyers, Jim Levine (L) and Jack Zimmermann (R) as they leave the Bob Casey Federal courthouse in Houston, Texas, June 25, 2009. Texas financier Allen Stanford will spend another night in a Texas jail after he pleaded not guilty Thursday to 21 criminal charges that he ran a $7 billion Ponzi scheme. U.S. Magistrate Judge Frances Stacy set Stanford's bond at $500,000 with a $100,000 cash deposit. But Judge Stacy stayed her order until 4:30 p.m. CDT Friday (2130 GMT) after the U.S. Justice Department said it plans to appeal, arguing that Stanford was likely to flee the country rather than face life in prison if convicted of the charges. REUTERS/Steve Campbell (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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June 25, 2009
Gilberto Lopez, accountant of Stanford Financial Group, and his attorney Jack Zimmerman (L) arrive at...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Lopez, accountant of Stanford Financial Group, and his attorney arrive at Federal courthouse in Houston...
Gilberto Lopez, accountant of Stanford Financial Group, and his attorney Jack Zimmerman (L) arrive at the Federal courthouse in Houston June 25, 2009. Texas financier Allen Stanford sat in a Houston courtroom on Thursday waiting to face a U.S. judge who will decide whether he must remain behind bars while he awaits trial for an alleged $7 billion swindle. Two accountants including Lopez has been charged with helping him falsify financial records. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES )
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June 25, 2009
Mark Kuhrt, accountant of Stanford Financial Group, arrives at the Federal courthouse in Houston June...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Kuhrt, accountant of Stanford Financial Group, arrives at Federal courthouse in Houston
Mark Kuhrt, accountant of Stanford Financial Group, arrives at the Federal courthouse in Houston June 25, 2009. Texas financier Allen Stanford sat in a Houston courtroom on Thursday waiting to face a U.S. judge who will decide whether he must remain behind bars while he awaits trial for an alleged $7 billion swindle. Two accountants including Kuhrt has been charged with helping him falsify financial records. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
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June 19, 2009
Tim Johnson (C), US Attorney of the Southern Disctrict of Texas, speaks as Lanny A. Breuer (L), Assistant...
Washington, United Kingdom
Tim Johnson, US Attorney of the Southern Disctrict of Texas, announces indictments against Robert Allen...
Tim Johnson (C), US Attorney of the Southern Disctrict of Texas, speaks as Lanny A. Breuer (L), Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the US Department of Justice and Robert Khuzami Director of Enforcement at the Securities Exchange Commission listen to an announcement of indictments against Robert Allen Stanford, Chairman of the Stanford Financial Group on fraud and obstruction charges related to a $7 billion scheme to defraud investors in Washington, June 19, 2009. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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June 19, 2009
Robert Khuzami, director of Enforcement at the Securities Exchange Commission, announces indictments...
Washington, United Kingdom
Khuzami, director of Enforcement at the Securities Exchange Commission, announces indictments against...
Robert Khuzami, director of Enforcement at the Securities Exchange Commission, announces indictments against Robert Allen Stanford, Chairman of the Stanford Financial Group on fraud and obstruction charges related to a $7 billion scheme to defraud investors in Washington, June 19, 2009. Behind him is Lanny A. Breuer, Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the US Department of Justice. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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June 19, 2009
Robert Khuzami, director of Enforcement at the Securities Exchange Commission, announces indictments...
Washington, United Kingdom
Khuzami, director of Enforcement at Securities Exchange Commission, announces indictments against Stanford...
Robert Khuzami, director of Enforcement at the Securities Exchange Commission, announces indictments against Robert Allen Stanford, Chairman of the Stanford Financial Group on fraud and obstruction charges related to a $7 billion scheme to defraud investors in Washington, June 19, 2009. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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June 19, 2009
Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the U.S. Department of Justice Lanny Breuer (3rd...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Assistant Attorney General Breuer announces indictments against Chairman of the Stanford Financial Group...
Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the U.S. Department of Justice Lanny Breuer (3rd L) announces indictments against Chairman of the Stanford Financial Group Allen Stanford in Washington June 19, 2009. Texas billionaire Stanford and four associates were indicted on fraud, conspiracy and obstruction charges in a $7 billion pyramid scheme to bilk investors, U.S. Justice Department officials announced on Friday. With Breuer are (from L) Chief of Internal Revenue Service - Criminal Investigation Eileen Mayer, US Attorney of the Southern District of Texas Tim Johnson, Director of Enforcement at the Securities Exchange Commission Robert Khuzami, Assistant Director of the the Criminal investigative Division, FBI Kevin Perkins and Deputy Chief Inspector, US Postal Inspection Service Greg Campbell.
REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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June 19, 2009
Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the U.S. Department of Justice Lanny Breuer announces...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US Assistant Attorney General Breuer announces indictments against Chairman of the Stanford Financial...
Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the U.S. Department of Justice Lanny Breuer announces indictments against Chairman of the Stanford Financial Group Allen Stanford in Washington June 19, 2009. Texas billionaire Stanford and four associates were indicted on fraud, conspiracy and obstruction charges in a $7 billion pyramid scheme to bilk investors, U.S. Justice Department officials announced on Friday.
REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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June 19, 2009
Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the U.S. Department of Justice Lanny Breuer announces...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Assistant Attorney General Breuer announces indictments against Chairman of the Stanford Financial Group...
Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the U.S. Department of Justice Lanny Breuer announces indictments against Chairman of the Stanford Financial Group Allen Stanford in Washington June 19, 2009. Texas billionaire Stanford and four associates were indicted on fraud, conspiracy and obstruction charges in a $7 billion pyramid scheme to bilk investors, U.S. Justice Department officials announced on Friday.
REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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April 24, 2009
A wine bar stacked with hundreds of bottles is seen where Stanford employees entertained clients and...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A wine bar stacked with hundreds of bottles is seen in Texas billionaire Stanford's corporate headquarters...
A wine bar stacked with hundreds of bottles is seen where Stanford employees entertained clients and guests in Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's corporate headquarters in Houston April 23, 2009. Lawyers for the court-appointed receiver overseeing Stanford's corporate empire gave Reuters a tour of the Houston headquarters of Stanford Financial Group - a gleaming mass of marble and mahogany that once boasted a 5-star dining room, a movie theater, a professional-quality kitchen and a wine bar. REUTERS/Chris Baltimore (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
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April 24, 2009
The professional-grade kitchen of Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's corporate headquarters in Houston...
Houston, UNITED STATES
The professional-grade kitchen of Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's corporate headquarters in Houston...
The professional-grade kitchen of Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's corporate headquarters in Houston is seen here April 23, 2009, where 5-star chefs produced a new menu every day for the office's corporate dining room, the Eagle Room. Lawyers for the court-appointed receiver overseeing Stanford's corporate empire gave Reuters a tour of the Houston headquarters of Stanford Financial Group - a gleaming mass of marble and mahogany that once boasted a 5-star dining room, a movie theater, a professional-quality kitchen and a wine bar. REUTERS/Chris Baltimore (UNITED STATES CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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April 24, 2009
The auditorium in Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's corporate headquarters in Houston is seen April...
Houston, UNITED STATES
The auditorium in Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's corporate headquarters in Houston is seen
The auditorium in Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's corporate headquarters in Houston is seen April 23, 2009. Lawyers for the court-appointed receiver overseeing Stanford's corporate empire gave Reuters a tour of the Houston headquarters of Stanford Financial Group - a gleaming mass of marble and mahogany that once boasted a 5-star dining room, a movie theater, a professional-quality kitchen and a wine bar. REUTERS/Chris Baltimore (UNITED STATES CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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April 24, 2009
A certificate from Antigua and Barbuda pronouncing Allen Stanford Knight Commander in 2006, and allowing...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A certificate from Antigua and Barbuda pronouncing Stanford Knight Commander in 2006 is displayed in...
A certificate from Antigua and Barbuda pronouncing Allen Stanford Knight Commander in 2006, and allowing him to go by the title "Sir Allen," is displayed in his private Houston office April 23, 2009. Lawyers for the court-appointed receiver overseeing Stanford's corporate empire gave Reuters a tour of the Houston headquarters of Stanford Financial Group - a gleaming building of marble walls and mahogany floors that once boasted a 5-star dining room, a movie theater, a professional-quality kitchen and a wine bar. REUTERS/Chris Baltimore (UNITED STATES CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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April 24, 2009
Allen Stanford's desk is seen in the Texas billionaire's personal office in Houston, Texas April 23,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Allen Stanford's desk is seen in the Texas billionaire's personal office in Houston Texas
Allen Stanford's desk is seen in the Texas billionaire's personal office in Houston, Texas April 23, 2009. Stanford is accused by the U.S. government of massive financial fraud. Lawyers for the court-appointed receiver overseeing Stanford's corporate empire gave Reuters a tour of the Houston headquarters of Stanford Financial Group - a gleaming building of marble floors and mahogany walls that once boasted a 5-star dining room, a movie theater, a professional-quality kitchen and a wine bar. Picture taken April 23. REUTERS/Chris Baltimore (UNITED STATES CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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April 24, 2009
A plush sitting area is seen outside Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's personal office in Houston, Texas...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A plush sitting area is seen outside Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's personal office in Houston
A plush sitting area is seen outside Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's personal office in Houston, Texas April 23, 2009. Stanford is accused by the U.S. government of massive financial fraud. Lawyers for the court-appointed receiver overseeing Stanford's corporate empire gave Reuters a tour of the Houston headquarters of Stanford Financial Group - a gleaming mass of marble and mahogany that once boasted a 5-star dining room, a movie theater, a professional-quality kitchen and a wine bar. Picture taken April 23. REUTERS/Chris Baltimore (UNITED STATES CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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April 24, 2009
A set of mahogany double-doors flanked by Stanford's corporate eagle logo leads to the cavernous personal...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A set of mahogany double-doors flanked by Stanford's corporate eagle logo leads to the cavernous personal...
A set of mahogany double-doors flanked by Stanford's corporate eagle logo leads to the cavernous personal office of Texas billionaire Allen Stanford, accused by the U.S. government of massive fraud, in a picture taken at Stanford's Houston office April 23, 2009. Lawyers for the court-appointed receiver overseeing Stanford's corporate empire gave Reuters a tour of the Houston headquarters of Stanford Financial Group - a gleaming mass of marble and mahogany that once boasted a 5-star dining room, a movie theater, a professional-quality kitchen and a wine bar. REUTERS/Chris Baltimore (UNITED STATES CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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February 28, 2009
Laura Pendergest-Holt (R), the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Pendergest-Holt, the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, stands...
Laura Pendergest-Holt (R), the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, stands with husband Jim Holt (C) and attorney Dan Cogdell (L) outside the Federal Courthouse after posting a $300,000 bond in Houston February 27, 2009. FBI agents had arrested her at Stanford's Houston-based headquarters and accused her of obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission into what the agency called "massive ongoing fraud" by Stanford Financial Group Chairman Allen Stanford and three of his companies. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 28, 2009
Laura Pendergest-Holt, the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Pendergest-Holt, first person arrested in $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from Federal...
Laura Pendergest-Holt, the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from the Federal Courthouse after posting a $300,000 bond in Houston February 27, 2009. BI agents had arrested Pendergest-Holt, Stanford Financial Group's chief investment officer, at Stanford's Houston-based headquarters and accused her of obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission into what the agency called "massive ongoing fraud" by Stanford Financial Group Chairman Allen Stanford and three of his companies. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 28, 2009
Laura Pendergest-Holt (C) the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Pendergest-Holt, first person arrested in $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from Federal...
Laura Pendergest-Holt (C) the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from the Federal Courthouse flanked by unidentified attorneys after posting a $300,000 bond in Houston February 27, 2009. BI agents had arrested Pendergest-Holt, Stanford Financial Group's chief investment officer, at Stanford's Houston-based headquarters and accused her of obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission into what the agency called "massive ongoing fraud" by Stanford Financial Group Chairman Allen Stanford and three of his companies. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 28, 2009
Laura Pendergest-Holt (L), the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Pendergest-Holt, first person arrested in $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from Federal...
Laura Pendergest-Holt (L), the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from the Federal Courthouse with attorney Dan Cogdell after posting a $300,000 bond in Houston February 27, 2009. BI agents had arrested Pendergest-Holt, Stanford Financial Group's chief investment officer, at Stanford's Houston-based headquarters and accused her of obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission into what the agency called "massive ongoing fraud" by Stanford Financial Group Chairman Allen Stanford and three of his companies. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 28, 2009
Laura Pendergest-Holt (R), the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Pendergest-Holt, first person arrested in $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks outside...
Laura Pendergest-Holt (R), the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks with husband Jim Holt (C) and attorney Dan Cogdell outside the Federal Courthouse after posting a $300,000 bond in Houston February 27, 2009. BI agents had arrested Pendergest-Holt, Stanford Financial Group's chief investment officer, at Stanford's Houston-based headquarters and accused her of obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission into what the agency called "massive ongoing fraud" by Stanford Financial Group Chairman Allen Stanford and three of his companies. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 28, 2009
Laura Pendergest-Holt, the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Pendergest-Holt, first person arrested in $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from Federal...
Laura Pendergest-Holt, the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from the Federal Courthouse after posting a $300,000 bond in Houston February 27, 2009. FBI agents had arrested Pendergest-Holt, Stanford Financial Group's chief investment officer, at Stanford's Houston-based headquarters and accused her of obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission into what the agency called "massive ongoing fraud" by Stanford Financial Group Chairman Allen Stanford and three of his companies. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 28, 2009
Laura Pendergest-Holt, the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Pendergest-Holt, first person arrested in $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from Federal...
Laura Pendergest-Holt, the first person arrested in the $8 billion Allen Stanford fraud investigation, walks from the Federal Courthouse after posting a $300,000 bond in Houston February 27, 2009. FBI agents had arrested Pendergest-Holt, Stanford Financial Group's chief investment officer, at Stanford's Houston-based headquarters and accused her of obstructing an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission into what the agency called "massive ongoing fraud" by Stanford Financial Group Chairman Allen Stanford and three of his companies. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 18, 2009
A man reads a notice outside a Stanford Bank branch in Panama City February 18, 2009. Panamanian bank...
Panama, Panama
A man reads a notice outside a Stanford Bank branch in Panama City
A man reads a notice outside a Stanford Bank branch in Panama City February 18, 2009. Panamanian bank regulators said on Tuesday they had taken over the local affiliate of Stanford Financial Group after U.S. authorities charged the group and its founder with perpetrating a "massive" fraud. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
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February 18, 2009
A man reads a notice outside a Stanford Bank branch in Panama City February 18, 2009. Panamanian bank...
Panama, Panama
A man reads a notice outside a Stanford Bank branch in Panama City
A man reads a notice outside a Stanford Bank branch in Panama City February 18, 2009. Panamanian bank regulators said on Tuesday they had taken over the local affiliate of Stanford Financial Group after U.S. authorities charged the group and its founder with perpetrating a "massive" fraud. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
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February 17, 2009
A view of the outside of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen...
Caracas, Venezuela
A view of the outside of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas
A view of the outside of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies were charged with "massive ongoing fraud" Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on his U.S. headquarters. In a complaint filed in federal court in Dallas, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused the cricket-loving Stanford, 58, and two other top executives at Stanford Financial Group of fraudulently selling $8 billion in high-yield certificates of deposit in a scheme that stretched from Texas to Antigua and around the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 17, 2009
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three...
Caracas, Venezuela
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies were charged with "massive ongoing fraud" Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on his U.S. headquarters. In a complaint filed in federal court in Dallas, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused the cricket-loving Stanford, 58, and two other top executives at Stanford Financial Group of fraudulently selling $8 billion in high-yield certificates of deposit in a scheme that stretched from Texas to Antigua and around the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 17, 2009
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three...
Caracas, Venezuela
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies were charged with "massive ongoing fraud" Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on his U.S. headquarters. In a complaint filed in federal court in Dallas, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused the cricket-loving Stanford, 58, and two other top executives at Stanford Financial Group of fraudulently selling $8 billion in high-yield certificates of deposit in a scheme that stretched from Texas to Antigua and around the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 17, 2009
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three...
Caracas, Venezuela
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas
A view of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies were charged with "massive ongoing fraud" Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on his U.S. headquarters. In a complaint filed in federal court in Dallas, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused the cricket-loving Stanford, 58, and two other top executives at Stanford Financial Group of fraudulently selling $8 billion in high-yield certificates of deposit in a scheme that stretched from Texas to Antigua and around the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 17, 2009
A view of the outside of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen...
Caracas, Venezuela
A view of the outside of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas
A view of the outside of a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies were charged with "massive ongoing fraud" Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on his U.S. headquarters. In a complaint filed in federal court in Dallas, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused the cricket-loving Stanford, 58, and two other top executives at Stanford Financial Group of fraudulently selling $8 billion in high-yield certificates of deposit in a scheme that stretched from Texas to Antigua and around the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 17, 2009
A worker is seen in a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker is seen in a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas
A worker is seen in a Stanford Bank branch in Caracas February 17, 2009. Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies were charged with "massive ongoing fraud" Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on his U.S. headquarters. In a complaint filed in federal court in Dallas, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused the cricket-loving Stanford, 58, and two other top executives at Stanford Financial Group of fraudulently selling $8 billion in high-yield certificates of deposit in a scheme that stretched from Texas to Antigua and around the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 17, 2009
U.S. Marshals (L) begin securing the Stanford Financial Group office building in Houston February 17,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
U.S. Marshals begin securing the Stanford Financial Group office building in Houston
U.S. Marshals (L) begin securing the Stanford Financial Group office building in Houston February 17, 2009. Marshals entered the firm's buildings Tuesday morning and the company is now "under the management of a receiver," according to a sign taped to the window of the group's Houston headquarters. U.S. authorities charged Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies with "massive ongoing fraud" on Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on Stanford's U.S. Headquarters. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 17, 2009
A U.S. Marshal holds a notice posted on the front doors of the Stanford Financial Group building in the...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A U.S. Marshal holds a notice posted on the front doors of the Stanford Financial Group building in the...
A U.S. Marshal holds a notice posted on the front doors of the Stanford Financial Group building in the upscale Galleria District of Houston February 17, 2009. Marshals entered the firm's buildings Tuesday morning and the company is now "under the management of a receiver," according to a sign taped to the window of the group's Houston headquarters. U.S. authorities charged Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies with "massive ongoing fraud" on Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on Stanford's U.S. Headquarters. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 17, 2009
A United States Marshal walks into a Stanford Financial Group office building in the upscale Galleria...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A United States Marshal walks into a Stanford Financial Group office building in the upscale Galleria...
A United States Marshal walks into a Stanford Financial Group office building in the upscale Galleria District of Houston February 17, 2009. Marshals entered the firm's buildings Tuesday morning and the company is now "under the management of a receiver," according to a sign taped to the window of the group's Houston headquarters. U.S. authorities charged Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies with "massive ongoing fraud" on Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on Stanford's U.S. Headquarters. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 17, 2009
A United States Marshal walks from a Stanford Financial Group office in the upscale Galleria District...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A United States Marshal walks from a Stanford Financial Group office in the upscale Galleria District...
A United States Marshal walks from a Stanford Financial Group office in the upscale Galleria District of Houston February 17, 2009. Marshals entered the firm's buildings Tuesday morning and the company is now "under the management of a receiver," according to a sign taped to the window of the group's Houston headquarters. U.S. authorities charged Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies with "massive ongoing fraud" on Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on Stanford's U.S. Headquarters. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 17, 2009
A Stanford Financial Group customer is turned away at the door of the office building in the upscale...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A Stanford Financial Group customer is turned away at the door of the office building in the upscale...
A Stanford Financial Group customer is turned away at the door of the office building in the upscale Galleria District of Houston February 17, 2009. Marshals entered the firm's buildings Tuesday morning and the company is now "under the management of a receiver," according to a sign taped to the window of the group's Houston headquarters. U.S. authorities charged Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies with "massive ongoing fraud" on Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on Stanford's U.S. Headquarters. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 17, 2009
A United States Marshal briefs the media, with the Stanford Financial Group's office tower in the background,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A United States Marshal briefs the media, with the Stanford Financial Group's office tower in the background,...
A United States Marshal briefs the media, with the Stanford Financial Group's office tower in the background, in the upscale Galleria District of Houston February 17, 2009. Marshals entered the firm's buildings Tuesday morning and the company is now "under the management of a receiver," according to a sign taped to the window of the group's Houston headquarters. U.S. authorities charged Texas billionaire Allen Stanford and three of his companies with "massive ongoing fraud" on Tuesday as federal agents swooped in on Stanford's U.S. Headquarters. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 17, 2009
A United States Marshal enters a Stanford Financial Group building in the upscale Galleria District of...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A United States Marshal enters a Stanford Financial Group building in the upscale Galleria District of...
A United States Marshal enters a Stanford Financial Group building in the upscale Galleria District of Houston February 17, 2009. Marshals entered the firm's buildings Tuesday morning and the company is now "under the management of a receiver," according to a sign taped to the window of the group's Houston headquarters. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 17, 2009
United States Marshals cross the street to Stanford Financial Group's office tower in the upscale Galleria...
Houston, UNITED STATES
United States Marshals cross the street to Stanford Financial Group's office tower in the upscale Galleria...
United States Marshals cross the street to Stanford Financial Group's office tower in the upscale Galleria District of Houston, with the firm's second Galleria District building in the background, February 17, 2009. Marshals entered the firm's buildings Tuesday morning and the company is now "under the management of a receiver," according to a sign taped to the window of the group's Houston headquarters. REUTERS/Donna Carson (UNITED STATES)
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February 17, 2009
Texan billionaire Allen Stanford is shown during an interview with Reuters in Miami in this May 1, 2008...
Miami, UNITED STATES
File image of Allen Stanford talking during an interview in Miami
Texan billionaire Allen Stanford is shown during an interview with Reuters in Miami in this May 1, 2008 file photo. U.S. authorities charged Stanford and three of his companies with "massive ongoing fraud" on February 17, 2009 as federal agents swooped in on Stanford's U.S. Headquarters. In a complaint filed in a Dallas federal court, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused the cricket-loving Stanford and two other top executives at Stanford Financial Group of fraudulently selling $8 billion in high-yield certificates of deposit. REUTERS/Joe Skipper/Files (UNITED STATES)
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February 13, 2009
Stanford Financial Group's original building on Westheimer street is seen in the heart of Houston's affluent...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Stanford Financial Group's original building on Westheimer street is seen in the heart of Houston's affluent...
Stanford Financial Group's original building on Westheimer street is seen in the heart of Houston's affluent Galleria district February 13, 2009. Stanford Financial Group, which says it oversees more than $50 billion of assets, is being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
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