White-collar criminals tell their stories

Rehabilitated criminal David Logan
David Logan said his corruption began when he started taking bribes as city administrator for the town of Pipestone. It continued when he moved to private sector, taking out fraudulent loans as CEO of Global Ventures Inc.
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In an unusual event at the University of St. Thomas School of Law, convicted white-collar criminals discussed how they got into trouble, and how the experience changed them. They shared the stage with the prosecutors and judges who sent them to prison.

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