Three sentenced, One Postponed, aaand Eight more to go

Greetings,

On December 14, 2012, Joshua Finkle and Oksana Strusa came up next in the sentencing order.  The Honorable Judge Pisano handed down one of the harshest restitution amounts since the Yehs to Mr. Finkle.

Mr. Finkle was sentenced to a restitution of seven million dollars, $7,000,000.00, along with a 12 month home confinement with location monitoring to be followed by four years on probation (12 month confinement is one year of probation plus four years after that which makes the total a five year probation period for Mr. Finkle — I may be wrong on this, corrections are welcomed).  Mr. Finkle is to start paying the restitution in monthly installments of $50, effective 30 days after the date of the judgment — which is on or around January 14, 2013.

Ms. Strusa was sentenced to a restitution of two point five million dollars, $2,500,000.00 along with three years on probation.  Ms. Strusa is to start paying the restitution in monthly installments of $75, effective 30 days after the date of the judgment — which is on or around January 14, 2013.

Then came December 17, 2012, where the day saw Anthony Mowl sentenced, with Mr. Mowl being the last of the Viable defendants to be sentenced.  Hennadii Holovkin‘s sentencing must have been postponed because there were absolutely no updates in PACER.

Mr. Mowl was sentenced to one year probation along with a restitution of two point five million dollars, $2,500,000.00.  Mr. Mowl is to start paying the restitution in monthly installments of $75, effective 30 days after the date of the judgment — which is on or around January 17, 2013.

Thus with Mr. Mowl’s sentencing complete, this closes the book on the Viable defendants — 3:09-cr-00856.  Ms. Holovkin’s delays continue to mount, but the day is growing nigh that she will come before the Honorable Judge Pisano to be sentenced for her crimes against the government and the Deaf community.

Finally, as of today, there are three more groups with defendants waiting to be sentenced — Deaf Studio 29, DHIS and Bonheyo & Bonheyo.  The tally has been updated — we now show eight more defendants waiting sentencing — with seven in July 2013, and Ms. Holovkin’s future sentencing date a TBD.

Here are the judgments:

Finkle Judgment is here
Strusa Judgment is here
Mowl Judgment is here

Edit: I forgot to attach the judgments.  Here they are above.

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5 Responses to Three sentenced, One Postponed, aaand Eight more to go

  1. Sponsors says:

    Any chance that people can reach prosecutors and give out the information/evidence?

    • vrsjustice says:

      Yes, Sponsors. Jay Keithley from FCC's Office of Inspector General is the person to contact if you have any evidence or additional information to share regarding VRS Fraud. His email is jay.keithley@fcc.gov. Source is Greg Hlibok, Chief of Disability Rights Office at Federal Communications Commission.

  2. alan says:

    "Mr. Mowl is to start paying the restitution in monthly installments of $75"

    Wow, isn't it going to take him 300 years to pay the entire restitution? I heard that He is getting a really good pay at CSD VRS. The monthly installments should be changed, isnt it? Or is he really broke due to all expense on lawyers, and all?

    • vrsjustice says:

      According to the guidelines for writing up the PSIR (presentence investigation report), the report must contain information about a defendant's financial condition (the ability to pay). Mr. Mowl’s PSIR most likely contained information that the U.S. Probation Office used to decide on this amount. It can be revised higher or lower as Mr. Mowl's financial situation changes. For now, it is $75.

      Source: http://www.fd.org/docs/select-topics—sentencing/the-presentence-investigation-report.pdf?sfvrsn=4 (interesting reading)

  3. Chuck Walworth says:

    Not 300 years! More like 2,778 years!

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