Federal prosecutors want a 400-year sentence for Miamian Edward Hugh Okun, convicted March 23 in Richmond for defrauding investors of $126 million. He owned two companies that offered to help clients defer taxes on capital gains from property sales, but he used the proceeds to buy a jet and a yacht and to throw himself a luxurious wedding.
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