Convicted biodiesel tax fraudster appealing federal prison sentence

March 28, 2017 |

In Indiana, a man convicted of $55 million in illegal profits from biofuel tax credit fraud is seeking to appeal his six-year federal prison sentence, likely believing that it was too high despite agreeing to a plea deal. Both the US Attorney’s Office who prosecuted the defendant as well as the National Biodiesel Board believe the result of the case was fair so that it deters others from potentially seeking to profit off of the tax credits without producing the biodiesel behind them.

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