Sentencing delayed for former Vann's CFO Paul Nisbet to allow vacation
|October 4, 2016||View for printing|
The sentencing of Paul Nisbet implicated in the federal fraud case involving a former Missoula electronics and appliance retailer is being delayed, as not to interfere with his vacation to Alaska.
Along with former Vann's Chief Executive Officer George Manlove, Nisbet was initially accused with theft, fraud and conspiracy for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING!!!!
Their activities ruined a Montana institution along with the careers of many fine people. Hundreds of thousands of dollars were used for their own personal use.
And the court is going to let him take a VACATION before sentencing him!??
This is not right and only enforces the belief that those with money are getting special favors.
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