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A New York district judge last week sentenced Christopher M. Swartz, former owner of franchising firm Jreck Subs, to prison for 12 ½ years for defrauding investors and lenders in his company out of at least $9.5 million. Swartz was also ordered to pay restitution to his victims and the U.S. Internal Revenue Service in the amount of $26,660,590.18.

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