Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Government Unable To Take Saltville Rescue Squad Property
Here comes the Judge and he says prosecutors canít take the Saltville Rescue Squadís property to cover the cost of a health-care fraud scheme run by its former president. U.S. District Judge James P. Jones ruled that any current or future attempts to take property from the squad will be stopped. He outlined in his 15-page ruling that there was no way to tell whether assets were purchased legitimately or by fraud. The Jury that convicted the former president of seven counts of health-care fraud and perjury before a grand jury acquitted the rescue squad of any wrongdoing. Prosecutors filed a judgment of over 900-thousand dollars against that past president but the property sought by the prosecutors belongs to the rescue squad. By the Jury acquitting the Rescue Squad the government is unable to get their criminal forfeiture action and lay hands on property solely owned by the Saltville Rescue Squad. (bg)

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