The Ponzi schemer's personal effects, brought in from his St. Croix residence, fill some 10,000 square feet of a warehouse.
The billionaire, convicted in March of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, faced up to 230 years in prison.
The Houston financier was found guilty of orchestrating a multibillion dollar Ponzi scheme and now faces a life sentence for his crimes.
Houston's own mini-Madoff, who is accused of orchestrating an international $7 billion Ponzi scheme, finally goes to court.
The disgraced lobbyist apologizes for his treatment of the El Paso tribe, but is it too little too late?
A man with big ambitions, Paul Rush bought his way into San Antonio society. Too bad the money he spent wasn’t his.
Don't look now Dow-Jones, but white collar crime is becoming a major growth industry.