The WSJ reports:
Federal prosecutors unsealed a criminal complaint Thursday charging Democratic fund-raiser Norman Hsu with breaking campaign finance laws and creating a “massive” Ponzi scheme.
The complaint says Mr. Hsu — who raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Sen. Hillary Clinton and others — violated campaign finance laws by making contributions to candidates in other people’s names and perpetrated a Ponzi scheme to defraud victims across the U.S. of over $60 million.
The complaint is here.
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