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Monday, July 27, 2009

Allen Stanford Gets A Look Into His Future

Sir Allen is having a little trouble acclimating to his surroundings. Stanford's attempts to reminisce about how much fun it was to be a billionaire have been interrupted recently by episodes of profuse sweating due to the Texas heat. The knight's lawyer, Dick DeGuerin, is outraged that a member of royalty is being treated to the indignity of residing in a cell with 8 to 10 peasants without air conditioning (in addition to other insufferable conditions) and is demanding a room upgrade for his client.

"For part of the time last week, they were in total darkness," DeGuerin wrote. "The cell has been without air conditioning for at least a week. There are no windows for light or ventilation and the conditions are intolerable."

It looks like the guy who said,"I'll die and go to hell if it's a Ponzi scheme" is getting a sneak preview of what's to come.


  1. This guy deserves everything he gets.
    Not only should he lose everything but his wife and children should be stripped of any money and property. It was all obtained from the proceeds of Allen Stanford's massive fraud and paid for by the depositors who bought CD's.
    The depositors children have lost there inheritance and college funds so why should Stanford's family benefit from the depositors loss.

  2. What a shame Stanford's cell has no air conditioning. Maybe he should think about the depositors he swindled out of their savings....they can't afford to run their air conditioning.
    He had better get used to the heat because it's hotter still in hell and that's where he's headed.