Global Aquaponics Executive Found Guilty | Goodman & Nekvasil P.A. May Recover Investor Losses
Global Aquaponics Executive Found Guilty of Fraud
ACCORDING TO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS:
A federal jury has convicted Timothy Burns of Global Aquaponics accused of defrauding investors in a scheme to build an $11 million fish farm. The jury Monday found Timothy Burns guilty of five charges of wire fraud for his role in soliciting investors for Global Aquaponics in Brookings. Timothy Burns was the one-time chief operating officer of Global Aquaponics. The company sought investors to build an indoor fish farm and hydroponics facility. But the Argus Leader reports construction on the fish farm never started. Investors who put a minimum of $25,000 each in the project lost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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