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  • Stanford surrenders to FBI, in court Friday

    Texas billionaire Allen Stanford has surrendered to authorities and will face criminal charges on Friday tied to an alleged massive fraud involving certificates of deposit issued by his Antigua bank, his lawyer said.
  • Allen Stanford to surrender to U.S. authorities: lawyer

    Texas billionaire Allen Stanford was prepared to surrender to U.S. authorities in Virginia on Thursday night after a warrant was issued for his arrest, Stanford's lawyer said.
  • CORRECTION: Stanford surrenders passport, Antigua units seized

    said in a statement the customer accounts were frozen until legal claims could be sorted out. Also, a federal judge presiding over the Stanford case, U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor, was recused because a relative has substantial Stanford holdings, according to a court filing. The Stanford scandal, hard on the heels of allegations that Wall Street veteran Bernard Madoff carried out a $50...
  • Stanford surrenders passport, Antigua units seized

    said in a statement the customer accounts were frozen until legal claims could be sorted out. Also, a federal judge presiding over the Stanford case, U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor, was recused because a relative has substantial Stanford holdings, according to a court filing. The Stanford scandal, hard on the heels of allegations that Wall Street veteran Bernard Madoff carried out a $50...
  • Stanford surrenders passport

    Regulators seized on Friday Texas billionaire Allen Stanford's banks and companies in Antigua and Barbuda, the Caribbean state at the center of fraud charges against him, as the financier surrendered his passport to U.S. authorities. Antigua's government, which in 2006 gave Stanford a knighthood, and the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank announced the takeovers after a rush by depositors this week...
  • Stanford lies low as clients count cost of fraud

    Texas billionaire Allen Stanford, accused of defrauding investors around the globe, stayed out of sight on Friday as governments and clients counted the cost of his alleged $8 billion securities scam.
  • FBI hands Allen Stanford fraud charges in Virginia

    Texas billionaire Allen Stanford, accused of an $8 billion fraud that spooked investors around the world, was served with the formal complaint on Thursday by FBI agents in Virginia.