WorldCom Fraud's 'Architect' Receives 5-Year Prison Term

Scott Sullivan, the former chief financial officer of WorldCom who was described by a federal judge as the 'architect' of the largest accounting fraud in US history, was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison. Judge Barbara Jones gave Sullivan credit for his cooperation in unraveling the WorldCom fraud and also took into account his 'extraordinary family circumstances'.

Originally by - Tech Law Practice Center, 5:25 PM