Thomas Kimmel, right, leaves the federal courthouse in Raleigh with his brother-in-law, Donald Henderson, minutes after a judge sentenced Kimmel, 68, to 22 years in prison on charges that he raised funds for a Ponzi scheme.
Thomas Kimmel, right, leaves the federal courthouse in Raleigh with his brother-in-law, Donald Henderson, minutes after a judge sentenced Kimmel, 68, to 22 years in prison on charges that he raised funds for a Ponzi scheme. akenney@newsobserver.com
Thomas Kimmel, right, leaves the federal courthouse in Raleigh with his brother-in-law, Donald Henderson, minutes after a judge sentenced Kimmel, 68, to 22 years in prison on charges that he raised funds for a Ponzi scheme. akenney@newsobserver.com

Indiana man, 68, sentenced to 22 years in NC-based Ponzi scheme

October 02, 2014 03:31 PM

UPDATED October 02, 2014 07:24 PM

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