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June 6, 1989
An associate of Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. was sentenced in Leesburg, Va., to 10 years in prison on securities violations stemming from the political extremist's fund-raising activities. Rochelle Ascher, 38, of Towson, Md., had been convicted on charges of selling an unregistered security with intent to defraud, sale of a security by an unregistered agent with intent to defraud and conspiracy, and six counts of securities fraud involving six sales to four individuals. Loudoun County Circuit Judge Carlton Penn sentenced Ascher to 56 years and ordered that the sentences be served in such a way that her term in prison would be 10 years.
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June 6, 1989
An associate of Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. was sentenced in Leesburg, Va., to 10 years in prison on securities violations stemming from the political extremist's fund-raising activities. Rochelle Ascher, 38, of Towson, Md., had been convicted on charges of selling an unregistered security with intent to defraud, sale of a security by an unregistered agent with intent to defraud and conspiracy, and six counts of securities fraud involving six sales to four individuals. Loudoun County Circuit Judge Carlton Penn sentenced Ascher to 56 years and ordered that the sentences be served in such a way that her term in prison would be 10 years.
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May 27, 1990 | ALISON HOWARD, THE WASHINGTON POST
Helen Overington reared her five children in rummage sale clothing because her husband "didn't want to spoil them." He was the kind of man, his daughters recall, who would rather risk falling downstairs in the dark than waste a watt of electricity and always looked as if his tie "held the shirt on his back." From the way he spent money on just two things, private schooling for the children and antiques for himself, they suspected there was plenty of it.
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