Advisor Fakes Death to Avoid Fraud Charges
Posted by William Byrnes on November 10, 2010
An investment advisor accused of fraud faked his own death by parachuting D. B. Cooper-style out of his single-engine plane with ninety pounds of gold strapped to his chest, leaving behind a trail of twisted metal and offshore bank accounts.
Plot summary of the latest New York Times best seller? Nope. It is the true story of Marcus Schrenker, an Indiana financial advisor who was recently sentenced to prison for defrauding investors—including family members and friends—out of over $1 million.
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