Is this is how you get your money back

  carver 09:31 AM 16 Mar 13
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Just read this enter link description here and there is definitely some thing wrong with him but how do they expect some one to pay that money back.

He is going to spend the next 17 years in jail so what is the point.

  Chronos the 2nd 11:43 AM 16 Mar 13

He has been ordered to pay $400m (£264m) in restitution. That did make me laugh.

  Aitchbee 12:02 PM 16 Mar 13

This clever arsonist got exactly what he wanted ... a 'go to jail' card and his strong desire to leave his job [which was getting him down] fulfilled.

  finerty 20:00 PM 16 Mar 13

he should be detained under the Mental Health services of the USA

  interzone55 13:03 PM 17 Mar 13

He can pay it back $1 a week for the next 8 million years.

This is just as realistic as the court order I once received against a former staff member who stole £3000, he was given 8 weeks in prison and made to pay it back £1 a week, which would have taken 60 years. We got a single £1 cheque off the court service which is framed on the wall...

  bumpkin 14:02 PM 17 Mar 13
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I take it that interest will be added at an appropriate rate.

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