Corriveau sentencing on fraud conviction set for Jan. 25

Supported By:

Net Patrol International Inc.  Data Investigation and Forensic Services
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Trustees

An ex-Liberal organizer convicted of fraud related to the federal sponsorship scandal will be sentenced Jan. 25. Jacques Corriveau wasn’t present in a Montreal courtroom today as lawyers finalized a division of his assets to repay the amount he owes the federal government.

Sponsorship contracts given to Liberal-friendly companies

His trial heard he pocketed roughly $7 million in kickbacks tied to sponsorship contracts given to Liberal-friendly companies. A jury found Corriveau, 83, guilty of three charges in November: fraud against the government, forgery and laundering proceeds of crime.


Read more at CTV News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.