September 14, 1993 |
While Charles H. Keating III is appealing a federal fraud and racketeering conviction, his former wife wants him to pay more than $48,000 in back child support and $27,000 in alimony. The Phoenix Gazette reported Sunday that in court documents Keating requested a reduction of child support payments and termination of alimony. Krista Keating, who married Keating in 1983 and filed for divorce six years later, shares custody of their three children ages 5, 6 and 8.
July 30, 1993 |
Charles H. Keating III, a one-time Olympic swimmer who labored in the long shadow of his domineering father, was sentenced in Los Angeles Thursday to eight years, one month in federal prison for his role in the 1989 collapse of Lincoln Savings & Loan. The only son of Lincoln Savings operator Charles H. Keating Jr. also was ordered to pay $97.3 million in restitution and was banned from ever again working at banks, thrifts and other regulated financial institutions.
July 9, 1993 |
Charles H. Keating Jr. was the first of 10 defendants to be sentenced in the federal criminal case stemming from the collapse of his Lincoln Savings & Loan. His son, Charles H. Keating III, was convicted on 65 counts of racketeering, conspiracy and fraud along with his father, and faces sentencing July 23. Eight other Keating associates and officials of Lincoln and its parent company, American Continental Corp., pleaded guilty in deals with prosecutors. Except for son-in-law Robert M.
April 27, 1993 |
Keating's Motion for New Trial Rejected: Motions for acquittal and a new trial for former savings and loan executive Charles Keating were tentatively rejected by a federal judge. Keating and his son, Charles Keating III, were convicted in January on multiple counts of fraud, conspiracy and racketeering in connection with the collapse of Irvine-based Lincoln Savings & Loan Assn.
April 27, 1993 |
Citing "overwhelming" evidence against former Lincoln Savings & Loan operator Charles H. Keating Jr., a federal judge on Monday tentatively denied his request for a new trial in his fraud and racketeering case. In lengthy pleas before U.S. District Judge Mariana R. Pfaelzer, Keating's lawyer said the Jan. 6 conviction of Keating was tainted because at least four jurors were aware of his previous state conviction. The jury found Keating and his son, Charles H.
February 2, 1993 |
Sentencing Delayed for Keating: Sentencing for former Lincoln Savings owner Charles H. Keating Jr. has been postponed until May 17 to give his lawyers time to prepare and argue post-trial motions in federal court. Keating, 69, and his son, Charles Keating III, 37, were to have been sentenced March 15 after their conviction last month on fraud, conspiracy and racketeering charges carrying lengthy prison terms. Prosecutors did not oppose motions by Keating's lawyers for a delay.