Conrad Black is the former owner of the Telegraph newpaper, and was jailed in 2007 for defrauding shareholders of $6.1 million. He's currently serving his 6.5-year sentence at Florida's Coleman prison, but a US Supreme Court ruling just might be what Black needs to reduce his term in state-owned property. According to The Guardian, the ruling stated that the convictions of Black and former Enron tycoon Jeffrey Skilling relied on a controversial corruption law that was too broad in scope...Read Full Story
Conrad Black is the former owner of the "Telegraph" paper who was sentenced to 6 and a half years in prison in 2007 for defrauding shareholders out of about $6 million. See more about Conrad Black here.