Jedlicki Informed On Co-Defendants In Boiler Room Scam… But Still Must Be Punished According To DOJ…
BY: SEVEN BRIDGES BUREAU | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Seven Bridges Delray Beach homeowner Tracy Jedlicki will find out next week just how long she will spend in federal prison for her role in an international boiler room scam. Jedlicki will join the unprecedented number of homeowners from the new community of Seven Bridges who have been prosecuted by the Department of Justice for completely unrelated schemes and scams.
Jedlicki, whose home is in the process of being taken by the federal government, joined her ex-husband Jeffrey Jedlicki — and several others — in defrauding investors worldwide through telephone marketing. While her statements and cooperation allegedly helped prosecutors secure guilty pleas from several of the accused, federal prosecutors assert that she must go to prison. They wrote this in a just-filed sentencing memorandum:
”The defendant’s Sentencing Guidelines reflect her serious criminal conduct. The defendant’s Sentencing Guidelines also reflect her culpability in the conspiracy relative to her coconspirators. The defendant helped to launder millions of dollars of victim-investor monies in an extensive conspiracy that spanned multiple countries and involved over 149 victims. The government submits that to serve the legitimate purposes of sentencing, including promotion of respect for the law and deterrence, the Court should impose a sentence that falls within the defendant’s Guideline Sentencing range, which the government calculates to be 30 to 37 months’ imprisonment1. The government asks for a sentence of 30 months in federal prison.”
”From at least as early as January 2015 to May 2020, the defendant and her coconspirators operated international boiler rooms in Panama and elsewhere, which defrauded victims primarily by selling worthless investments over several years. The term “boiler room” fraud refers to a type of mass marketing scam in which highpressure sales techniques are used to defraud individuals who believe that they were investing substantial amounts of money in regulated financial products or marketsin this case, options in commodities, stocks, and other investments. The majority of the victims targeted by the boiler rooms operated by the defendant and her coconspirators were located in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. Many victims lost significant sums of money. Some victims lost their entire life savings.”
Jedlicki will officially learn her fate next month. She’ll join at least three other Seven Bridges homeowners who have been either been arrested, indicted, or otherwise sentenced to federal prison in the short time the West Delray Beach community has existed.
Read the complete sentencing memorandum, below.PDF Embedder requires a url attribute Jedlicki-Sentencing-Memo
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