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Stricken with serious health ailments and wheelchair bound in a nursing home, a federal judge decided not to sentence a former credit union vice president to prison for his admitted role in authorizing millions in business loans in exchange for kickbacks from a real estate developer.

U.S. District Court Judge Mark Mastroianni in Springfield, Mass., sentenced Michael DiCenzo last week to time served to be followed by three years of supervised release, according to court documents.

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