Former vice president found guilty of 54 counts of fraud that led to the near collapse of AEA Federal Credit Union sent to prison.
William Liddle has claimed that he was stabbed by an unseen assailant on the day he was scheduled to be sentenced in court.
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After meeting a noon deadline Tuesday for confirming William Liddle’s reported stabbing, the former AEA Federal Credit Union lending executive will be sentenced June 1.
Federal judge says proof by noon Tuesday or warrant issued.
William Liddle, the former lending officer convicted in the AEA Federal Credit Union case, was reportedly stabbed Monday morning.
A co-conspirator in the business lending kickback scheme that led to the collapse of AEA FCU has been sentenced to 24 months in prison.
In the latest update involving AEA Federal Credit Union, a judge has rejected claims from a real estate developer that the NCUA-conserved cooperative is still responsible for funding his projects.
When asked how he sees the state of business services and lending among credit unions, Larry Middleman teeters on optimism and concern.
The timing of a collaboration between two of the industry’s well-known entities to fight employee dishonesty could not have come soon enough.