Judge Orders Former Texas Bank President to Serve 12 Years in Prison, Pay Restitution to the FDIC For Losses From Fraudulent Loans
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Judge Orders Former Texas Bank President to Serve 12 Years in Prison, Pay Restitution to the FDIC For Losses From Fraudulent Loans

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  • Press Release Number:
    PR-113-90
  • Release Date:
    06/13/1990
  • Agencies Involved:
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC);Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC);Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation;U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ);U.S. District Court;
  • Bank Involved:
    National Bank of Texas;Franklin Federal Bancorp of Austin;Vernon Savings and Loan Association of Texas;CreditBanc Savings of Austin;
  • Fdic Employee Involved:
    L. William Seidman;Alfred Byrne;
  • Other Notable People Involved:
    Richard Homer Taylor;James Nowlin;Woody F. Lemons;Charles Bazarian;
  • Related Legal Case:
    U.S.D.C. case No. A89-CR002
  • Source:
    FDIC Library Collection
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