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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF KANSAS
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TNT TONY SENTENCING TRANSCRIPT AND FINAL
COURT DOCUMENTS
ANTHONY RENFROW (TONY RENFROW)
SENTENCED TO 1 YEAR 1 DAY IN PRISO...
Enclosed in the following pages you will find the 27 page original court
transcript from the sentencing of TNT Tony (Antho...
December 7, 2015
I would like to personally thank the following individuals for all they do to help
the Dinar community by...
CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE
CLICK THE PICTURE TO VISIT THE TNTBS YOUTUBE CHANNEL
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CLERK’S COURTROOM MINUTE SHEET – CRIMINAL
SENTENCING
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Now that Tony is gone, who is next? I think we all know. See you on the other side!
Thanks again for seeking the truth wit...
TNT Tony - Iraqi Dinar Guru Scam - Court Sentencing Transcript
TNT Tony - Iraqi Dinar Guru Scam - Court Sentencing Transcript
TNT Tony - Iraqi Dinar Guru Scam - Court Sentencing Transcript
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TNT Tony - Iraqi Dinar Guru Scam - Court Sentencing Transcript

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TNT Tony, the dinar guru who scammed people out of over 1 million dollars, is going to prison for one year, one day. Here are the court documents and official transcripts of what was said behind closed doors.

No audio or video recording was made, this is it. Tony promoted the Iraqi dinar revaluation scam and would continually ask for either donations or mention certain Iraqi currency dealers by name, both during his time in PTR, with BlogTalk radio, and now on Free Conference call.

His brother Raymond Renfrow RayRen98 has taken over to continue the deception. Please share this document.

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TNT Tony - Iraqi Dinar Guru Scam - Court Sentencing Transcript

  1. 1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF KANSAS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Docket No. 12-20041-CM Plaintiff, Kansas City, Kansas Date: 11/30/15 v. ANTHONY RENFROW, Defendant. ................... TRANSCRIPT OF SENTENCING HEARING BEFORE THE HONORABLE CARLOS MURGUIA, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE. APPEARANCES: For the Plaintiff: Scott Rask Asst. US Attorney 360 US Courthouse 500 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66101 For the Defendant: Tom Bartee Asst. Federal Public Defender 201 US Courthouse 500 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66101 Court Reporter: Nancy Moroney Wiss, CSR, RMR, FCRR Official Court Reporter 558 US Courthouse 500 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66101 Proceedings recorded by machine shorthand, transcript produced by computer-aided transcription.
  2. 2. TNT TONY SENTENCING TRANSCRIPT AND FINAL COURT DOCUMENTS ANTHONY RENFROW (TONY RENFROW) SENTENCED TO 1 YEAR 1 DAY IN PRISON ALONG WITH 3 YEARS SUPERVISED RELEASE. PLEASE SHARE THIS ON TWITTER, FACEBOOK AND YOUTUBE, AND ANY SITE YOU WISH. PLEASE SHARE THE DOCUMENT IN ITS ENTIRETY DO NOT LEAVE OUT THOSE INDIVIDUALS RESPONSIBLE FOR CONTINUING TO WARN THE COMMUNITY OF SCAMMERS, CON-ARTISTS AND DECEPTIONS.
  3. 3. Enclosed in the following pages you will find the 27 page original court transcript from the sentencing of TNT Tony (Anthony Wayne Renfrow) of TNT Dinar that took place on 11/30/2015. Below is a screenshot from Sherif (RVtruth.com & @sherifkcmo (Twitter) who shot video of Tony arriving. I simply took the HD video, created screenshots, and color-corrected them for balance. The video is located here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AX1XrLKpVag
  4. 4. December 7, 2015 I would like to personally thank the following individuals for all they do to help the Dinar community by continuing to warn us of scams, rip-offs, and people to avoid. Most of the individuals are on Dinar Daily, some stick mainly to Twitter, others have their own websites; please tell them all thanks for doing so much to spread the truth about the Iraqi Dinar. https://twitter.com/DinarDaily WEBSITE: http://www.dinardaily.net/ https://twitter.com/ReapAndSow73 Kenny (Mike Diston) https://twitter.com/ss2047 https://twitter.com/sherifkcmo WEBSITE: http://rvtruth.com/ https://twitter.com/RamblerNash https://twitter.com/iqdcalls WEBSITE: http://www.iqdcalls.com/ https://twitter.com/cheftech4020 TNTBS YOUTUBE: http://tinyurl.com/tntbs http://www.truthcall.com/tony.html and http://www.baghdadinvest.com/ Thank you to everyone else I failed to mention here, I sincerely appreciate your help. The lies and deception surrounding the Iraqi Dinar will never stop, but by having everyone work together to wake up as many people as possible, we CAN make a difference in how people look at this “investment”. Though we may never be able to fully convince people of the truth, nonetheless, we probably all feel a personal responsibility in helping people wake up. Messages like this remind us of the reality of the scam:
  5. 5. CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE CLICK THE PICTURE TO VISIT THE TNTBS YOUTUBE CHANNEL
  6. 6. Why are you so surprised that you are being attacked? Are you not an accomplice to Tony’s lies and deception? Are you not the same person who likes to BAN people who ask questions or speak out about the truth? I believe that Pamela Pedersen (Already Blessed) either 1 – Believes in all the lies about the Iraqi Dinar or 2 – Knows Tony is lying but goes along with it because she gets a paycheck from the donations. Her and Raymond Renfrow (RayRen98), Tony’s brother, will continue to lie to the masses until both are silenced by the FBI or they finally wake up to the truth.
  7. 7. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF KANSAS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Docket No. 12-20041-CM Plaintiff, Kansas City, Kansas Date: 11/30/15 v. ANTHONY RENFROW, Defendant. ................... TRANSCRIPT OF SENTENCING HEARING BEFORE THE HONORABLE CARLOS MURGUIA, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE. APPEARANCES: For the Plaintiff: Scott Rask Asst. US Attorney 360 US Courthouse 500 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66101 For the Defendant: Tom Bartee Asst. Federal Public Defender 201 US Courthouse 500 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66101 Court Reporter: Nancy Moroney Wiss, CSR, RMR, FCRR Official Court Reporter 558 US Courthouse 500 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66101 Proceedings recorded by machine shorthand, transcript produced by computer-aided transcription.
  8. 8. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 2 THE COURT: Let the record show we're here regarding Case Number 12-20041. It's a case entitled United States of America versus Anthony Renfrow. The parties please enter their appearance. MR. RASK: May it please the court, United States appears by Scott Rask. MR. BARTEE: May it please the court, Mr. Renfrow appears in person and by and through counsel Tom Bartee. THE COURT: Mr. Bartee, if you and Mr. Renfrow will please approach the podium. Mr. Renfrow, we're here for your sentencing hearing. Since you may be asked to make some statements to the court, I am going to swear you in to tell the truth, so if you'll please raise your right hand. (Defendant sworn.) THE DEFENDANT: I do. THE COURT: Thank you. You can put your hand down. Mr. Renfrow, if you recall, you appeared in court on May 21st of this year, and at that time, pursuant to a Rule 11 C 1 C plea agreement, you pled guilty to Count 1, which charged you with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and engage in monetary transactions greater than $10,000, and that was in violation of 18 United States Code Sections 371 and 1349, Class C
  9. 9. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 3 felony. At the time of your plea, the court informed you that prior to you being sentenced, a presentence investigation report would be completed. I would let you know that I have received the report, I have reviewed it, and the court is ready to proceed with your sentencing. In regards to the presentence investigation report, Mr. Bartee, have you had an opportunity to review the report with Mr. Renfrow? MR. BARTEE: Yes, Your Honor. THE COURT: And during your review, did you inform him of the contents of the report? MR. BARTEE: Yes, Your Honor. THE COURT: Did you also inform him of the possible sentencing outcomes or sentencing consequences that could take place based on the information in the report? MR. BARTEE: Yes, Your Honor. THE COURT: Mr. Renfrow, I asked your attorney whether or not he had reviewed the report with you, and he said he had. Is that correct? THE DEFENDANT: Yes. THE COURT: And I asked him whether or not he had informed you of the contents of the report, and he said he had done that as well. Is that correct? THE DEFENDANT: I read the report, yes.
  10. 10. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 4 THE COURT: But I asked you whether or not Mr. Bartee had gone over the report with you, and informed you of what was contained in the report? THE DEFENDANT: Yes. THE COURT: I also asked him whether or not he had informed you of the possible sentencing outcomes or sentencing consequences that could take place based on the information in the report, and again, he mentioned he had done so. Is that correct? THE DEFENDANT: If we're talking about what I agreed to. So, anything other than that, no. THE COURT: Yeah, that's not what I'm asking, so I'm going to ask if you'll listen to what I'm saying. THE DEFENDANT: I did hear what you were saying, and that is my answer. I did not go over every bit of what could or couldn't happen or what sentence I could get. I agreed on what we agreed on. MR. BARTEE: And Your Honor, I've told Mr. Renfrow that if the court does not accept the 11 C 1 C plea agreement, that we would then be allowed to withdraw the plea -- withdraw the plea. THE COURT: And that's more specific about some of the outcomes or consequences that could take place. So, in regards to that, did Mr. Bartee go over
  11. 11. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 5 that with you? THE DEFENDANT: Yes. THE COURT: Okay. Mr. Rask, in regards to the presentence investigation report, have you had an opportunity to review the report? MR. RASK: Yes, Your Honor. THE COURT: And after review, are there any challenges and/or objections to the report by the government? MR. RASK: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: Is the government moving for the additional one level adjustment for acceptance of responsibility? MR. RASK: If I could have just a moment, Your Honor. Yes, Your Honor. THE COURT: So granted. I know there were some objections that were filed by the defendant, and they're set out in the addendum. I've reviewed the addendum as well as not only the objections but the government's response, as well as the probation officer's response, and then on its own, the court had actually reviewed it on its own. In regards to the defendant's objections, Mr. Bartee, any evidence and/or further argument regarding these objections? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. I believe I
  12. 12. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 6 set out everything, and it's been placed in the back of the presentence report in Paragraph Numbers 130 through 138, and I don't have anything to add to that. THE COURT: Mr. Rask, anything in regards to the defendant's objection? MR. RASK: Your Honor, I don't believe any of those objections relate to the calculation of the -- excuse me -- applicable guidelines range. I have nothing -- excuse me -- nothing further to add than what is contained in the presentence report as far as our response to those objections. THE COURT: Anything else in regards to that, Mr. Bartee? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: Again, Mr. Renfrow, Mr. Bartee filed an objection that set out a number of objections regarding the presentence investigation report, and identified eight paragraphs in the presentence report he was objecting to on your behalf. The court's reviewed those paragraphs, and after review, the court would find that none of those eight paragraphs are going to affect the guideline calculations in your case. Because the objection to the content of this -- these paragraphs has no impact on the guideline calculation, the court determines that a ruling on the issue is unnecessary
  13. 13. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 7 under Rule 32 I 3 B. Therefore, the matter will not affect the sentence, and the court will not consider it in sentencing. Any other objections or challenges on behalf of the defendant at this time to the presentence investigation report? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: At this time the court will make the following findings. Court is first going to find that the presentence investigation report should be sealed, should be made part of the record, be made available for purposes of appeal, if any, in the future. The court would also find at this time that under the sentencing guidelines, the total offense level would be a total offense level of 27, and with a criminal history category of two, that under the guidelines, the imprisonment range would be 78 to 97 months. Any objection to those findings at this time by the government? MR. RASK: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: By defendant? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: The court is ready to announce its proposed findings of fact and tentative sentence. Prior to doing so, I'm going to ask counsel to make any statements or arguments they care to make in regards to
  14. 14. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 8 the sentence. I recognize that there was an 11 C 1 C plea agreement entered into. One of the court -- one of the things the court does, Mr. Renfrow, not just in your case, but every case, is ask the parties, which would be counsel, yourself, why the court should consider imposing a sentence that's outside the guideline range which I've just mentioned here on the record. So, I would be interested in hearing from counsel as to why the recommended imprisonment range should be the sentence in this case and not the guideline range. I also would mention that there were a number of letters written to the court regarding your sentence which the court has also reviewed. Mr. Bartee, on behalf of Mr. Renfrow, are there any comments, statements, or arguments you care to make regarding the sentence? MR. BARTEE: Your Honor, the parties reached this agreement after careful review of the merits of the case. As the court will recall, the defense had filed a motion to dismiss. While we understood the basis for the court's denying of that motion, we felt that it was a strong motion and had significant merit, and I think that in reaching this plea agreement, the parties took into consideration the possibility that that might have been successful on appeal. And so, I see the plea agreement is basically a compromise between the defense
  15. 15. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 9 and prosecution to reach an agreement that both parties could live with, recognizing that there were some interesting legal issues in the case. That's all, Your Honor. THE COURT: Mr. Renfrow, is there anything that you want to say on your behalf, or is there any evidence you want to offer in mitigation, which means in lessening of your sentence? THE DEFENDANT: Yeah, let me tell you something. I agree with him about the appeal, and we should have done it, and it wasn't done. Okay? But besides that, I argued about the amount on this case, 'cause over close to $500,000 that had absolutely nothing to do about this case, prosecution couldn't prove that, couldn't defend it. I had the people willing to come in this court and talk to you and tell you had nothing to do with 14Daily. So, I don't care if it doesn't make a difference to you and the guidelines. It makes a difference to me in what people are thinking, okay? My co-defendant -- all right, let me just say this. I need to say this 'cause I need it to be written out -- collected over $100,000 every month in doing this; did not send the money to me, but kept it in his own pocket. He's been -- moved to California, and he's been able to walk off with absolutely nothing, which I
  16. 16. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 10 don't understand, 'cause you know, I never came to Kansas. I don't know Kansas people. I don't know the people that put the money in his pocket. But it's all coming on me, even though he walked away with all the money. So, I needed to say that part, 'cause I want everybody to understand what really happened in here, and the fact that I didn't know Bill Fox, only met him one time before we came here, and everything I dealt with had to do with Holton Buggs, has nothing to do with Bill Fox, Kansas, or any of these people. Now, I did this deal 'cause I've been dealing with this for ten years. I'm tired of dealing with it, which I am. And on the fact of the letters that you received, people talking about what I do with the dinar and any other currency, I've been doing it for five years. If it was illegal, immoral or something was wrong, the FBI, Homeland Security, CIA, everybody else that I mentioned would have came and told me so, would have came and already arrested me, brought charges against me or anything else. So, just because some people sent some letters that don't have a clue what's really going on in the financial world doesn't mean I'm doing anything wrong. So... THE COURT: Anything else? THE DEFENDANT: No.
  17. 17. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 11 THE COURT: Mr. Rask? MR. RASK: Judge, as the -- excuse me -- as the court is aware, the underlying facts regarding this case are more dated than most cases that come before the court, and that was part of the reason for the basis of the motion to dismiss that was litigated in this case. In no way or respect does the United States think that the evidence was insufficient to have taken this case to trial, as outlined in the factual basis of the plea agreement. However, a lot of the evidence and testimony that would have -- excuse me -- that would have been presented in this case comes from individuals who were involved in this scheme from a number of years ago, and so, memories being what they can be, there would have been some obstacles or difficulties with respect to presenting all of the evidence. And so, from that standpoint, there was some compromise by the United States with -- with reaching this proposed resolution that you have before you in this 11 C 1 C agreement. So, I think that is a -- a valid reason to consider in granting, in essence, the variance that the parties are asking the court to grant. And then the other aspect of this is the way in which negotiations occur between parties as far as trying to reach a resolution that -- that both sides are essentially able to -- to accept and
  18. 18. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 12 agree to. And so, we would just ask that the court accept the resolution by the parties. As the court knows, this includes a forfeiture allegation. It also includes restitution amounts for the various victims that -- that were involved in this scheme. And so, as moneys are paid by the defendant or as assets are obtained by the United States Government to satisfy those restitution amounts, then that will hopefully be done over the -- the coming months and years. And so, I think that part of this case should also be considered in accepting this overall resolution that the parties agreed to. I'm happy to answer any specific questions that the court may have. THE COURT: Thank you. Anything else, Mr. Bartee? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: Give me one moment please. (Whereupon court took a recess. Proceedings then continued as follows:) THE COURT: Anything else? MR. RASK: Judge, yes, I'm sorry. I wanted to respond or at least expound upon something that the defendant stated regarding the co-defendant, Mr. Fox. He did plead guilty to the same charge that the defendant pled. He was granted under Rule 20 the
  19. 19. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 13 opportunity to plead guilty in the Southern District of California -- yeah, Southern District of California where he lives. His sentencing has not yet transpired. It was scheduled for December 14th, and just this last week, it got moved until March 7th. I've not had an opportunity to speak with the AUSA out there, so I don't know why it was continued for that -- for three months, but it's not as if he has gotten off or that there's not punishment that he will face. I don't know what may happen at that sentencing hearing. Just as in any other type of case, he did not enter a C 1 C plea agreement. So, I just wanted the court to be aware of that information. THE COURT: Anything else, Mr. Bartee? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: Court is ready to announce its proposed findings of fact and tentative sentence. Court is required pursuant to 18 United States Code Section 3553 A to impose a sentence that is sufficient but not greater than necessary to comply with the purposes of sentencing identified in 18 United States Code Section 3553 A 2. In determining the particular sentence to be imposed, the court has considered the United States Sentencing Guidelines, which promote uniformity in sentencing and assist the court in
  20. 20. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 14 determining an appropriate sentence by weighing the basic nature of the offense as well as aggravating and mitigating factors. The court notes the parties have entered into a plea agreement pursuant to Rule 11 C 1 C of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. The court has considered the plea agreement, statements of the parties, and the presentence investigation report. After reviewing the presentence report, the court finds that the sentencing guideline range of 78 to 97 months is correctly calculated based on a total offense level of 27 and criminal history category of two. The court has also considered the nature and circumstances of the offense and defendant's history and characteristics. This offense involves defendant commencing a fraudulent scheme known as 14DailyPlus.com in the spring of 2006. Shortly thereafter, defendant recruited his co-defendant, William Fox, a primary recruiter and promoter of the web site 14DailyPlus.com. Defendant also recruited a second person from Houston, Texas to promote the scheme. The web site advised, quote, investors, end quote, that they could invest money and expect a return of 14 percent per day or a total of 140 percent over a ten-day period by visiting the web site and clicking on advertiser's web sites for a certain period of time. At least 202 investor victims
  21. 21. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 15 were identified through the investigation. The total monetary loss amount of the victims totals over $1.6 million. After considering the above factors and the advisory sentencing guidelines -- as I mentioned before, Mr. Renfrow, at your plea hearing, the court was going to wait 'til I reviewed the presentence investigation report before I decided whether or not to accept the plea agreement, and so, that's now over time what I've been able to review. And in regards to that, as you heard me say, the guideline range, the recommended sentence is outside that guideline range, and my understanding is that the parties seek the binding plea agreement because it would bring certainty to the sentencing process, and assures defendant and the government they will benefit from the bargain they have struck, as well as that the parties believe that the interests of justice are served by the sentence, thereby assuring the sentence is consistent with the sentencing factors of 18 United States Code Section 3553 A. And in that regard, again, as you said at your plea agreement, as set out in the factual basis, it's clear that you were involved in this scheme. You pled to the conspiracy charge. It's also clear that there were hundreds of victims that were involved, and that the victims did, in fact, sustain serious significant
  22. 22. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 16 losses, and that's in your plea agreement. And again, what's clear from your plea agreement is that you were involved in that. In regards to your sentence -- part of it is that, you know, the court does see a number of individuals that come with different types of cases. Every case is decided on its own merits, on its own defendants. They come with different backgrounds and different personalities. I would say as part of this, you do appear to have an interesting perspective on things that take place that you're involved in. In regards to your sentence, the court is going to find for the reasons mentioned here in the courtroom by both Mr. Bartee and Mr. Rask that there was serious consideration and thought given to the case as it progressed, and that based on that review of the case, that there were identified several potential issues that could affect the disposition of the case. There was a motion to dismiss filed. Again, after review by both the government and defendant, there was discussions that led to in the end what the parties presented to the court as a resolution of this case by the plea agreement. The court would find at this time that a sentence outside the guideline range is warranted based on that. Court is going to find that a variance sentence should be imposed as it's recommended in the 11
  23. 23. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 17 C 1 C plea agreement. The court does at this time accept the plea agreement recommendation and find that your term of imprisonment should be a term of imprisonment of 12 months and one day, and that's to be followed by a three-year term of supervised release. The court believes that such a sentence is sufficient but not greater than necessary to reflect the seriousness of the offense, to promote respect for the law, and provide just punishment for the offense. Further, the sentence should afford adequate deterrence to criminal contact -- conduct, and protect the public from further crimes of the defendant. The three-year term of supervised release which is in addition to your imprisonment sentence will allow you the opportunity to receive correctional treatment in an effective manner, and will assist with community re-integration. In regards to that three-year term of supervised release, there are a number of conditions that you're expected to follow. I will let you know -- I'll mention some of them now, but in regards to all those conditions, you'll need to follow each and every one of those. I would let you know that if you fail to do so during those three years, that you would risk coming back to court. The court would conduct a hearing, and if it's shown that you violated the conditions of your supervised release,
  24. 24. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 18 the court can take your supervised release away from you and order that you be sentenced to a term of imprisonment for those violations. Do you understand that? THE DEFENDANT: Yes. THE COURT: Defendant is ordered to pay a special assessment of $100 to the crime victim's fund. No fine is imposed due to the defendant owing restitution in this case. The court makes the following restitution findings based on a preponderance of the evidence and the presentence report. Number one, restitution totaling $1,692,803.26 is owed to the victims as outlined in Paragraph 55 of the presentence report. Number two, pursuant to provisions of 18 United States Code Sections 3663 A and 3664, the court is required to order restitution in the full amount of victims' losses as determined by the court, and without consideration of the economic circumstances of the defendant. Number three, the court intends to waive interest on restitution. On August 24th, 2015, the court signed and filed a final order of forfeiture and imposition of forfeiture judgment in this case in the amount of $1,676,000. The court does intend to impose mandatory and special conditions of supervision as set forth in Part D of the presentence report. Mandatory
  25. 25. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 19 conditions of drug testing and DNA collection are required by law. The drug testing condition is suspended based on the court's determination that the defendant poses a low risk of future substance abuse. Mr. Renfrow, you are prohibited by federal law from possessing or purchasing a firearm, destructive device, dangerous weapon or ammunition as a result of this conviction. Do you understand that? THE DEFENDANT: Yes. THE COURT: Prohibition against possessing or purchasing a destructive device or other dangerous weapon is warranted based upon officer safety. The nature of the offense and history outlined in the presentence report warrant the conditions for the search condition. Special financial conditions will aid the probation officer in collecting restitution. Do the parties want to be heard in regards to voluntary surrender? MR. BARTEE: Your Honor, Mr. Renfrow is requesting voluntary surrender. I would note for the court that he has a history of coming to court here, traveling here from California, and he did that again today. He's likely to serve his sentence in California, so that if he were denied voluntary surrender, he would have to be transported back to the state where he lives.
  26. 26. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 20 He has all ready met with US Probation in Sacramento to review bureau of prisons' facility procedures. And so, for those reasons, we would ask that he be granted voluntary surrender. We understand that the government has -- it will condition its acquiescence or approval in this regard on some -- on some conditions, and Mr. Rask can state those for the court, and I believe that Mr. Renfrow is amenable to those. THE COURT: Mr. Rask? MR. RASK: Yes, Your Honor. As the court mentioned, it has received letters regarding Mr. Renfrow and the potential sentence in this case. The United States Attorney's office has received numerous communications via e-mail, letter, telephone calls, and so forth with respect to Mr. Renfrow's current involvement with an Iraqi dinar -- what I will call scam. And as a condition of him being allowed to voluntary -- voluntarily surrender, we would ask that a condition of his release include that he have no involvement, no advocation, no participation whatsoever with the Iraqi dinar or any other sort of currency exchange activity, whether that be through internet communications, that could be as simply on a web site, whether it's internet facilitated conference calls, whether it's any sort of activity on Twitter or some
  27. 27. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 21 other form of social media. As long as essentially, the defendant withdraws himself completely from anything to do with the Iraqi dinar and currency exchange, the United States would not oppose voluntary surrender. THE COURT: Mr. Bartee? MR. BARTEE: Your Honor, that's what we anticipated would be the request, and it's -- that's agreeable with defense. THE COURT: Mr. Renfrow, the court has asked whether or not any party's going to make a request for you to voluntarily surrender. Mr. Bartee's done that on your behalf. He mentioned a number of things that went into that decision. The government does not have an objection to that as long as you abide by this condition, which I believe would be a modification of his bond at this time, very specifically set out a number of prohibitions involving your involvement with this other sounds like program or whatever you want to call it. THE DEFENDANT: Thank you. I appreciate that. THE COURT: I know other people would say it's a scheme to defraud people as well. THE DEFENDANT: But that's okay. The truth comes out, but go ahead. I appreciate that. Go ahead.
  28. 28. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 22 THE COURT: So -- so, the question to you is, did you understand what the government has now mentioned as the condition as to whether they will agree to this voluntary surrender? THE DEFENDANT: Yeah, nothing to do with the Iraqi dinar scheme or internet or Twitter or anything mentioned or the exchange. Okay. THE COURT: I would let you know, however that's set out as a condition of your bond, it will be set out as the government has proposed. If you, in fact, fail to abide by that prohibition or are involved in any way, in any manner, that what would happen is if that's relayed to the court, the court is going to remove the voluntary surrender, and order that you be placed into custody and start serving your imprisonment sentence. THE DEFENDANT: I understand. THE COURT: You understand that? THE DEFENDANT: Yep. THE COURT: Any objections to the court's proposed findings of fact and tentative sentence from the government? MR. RASK: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: From defendant? THE DEFENDANT: I had a question, though.
  29. 29. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 23 THE COURT: Why don't you talk to Mr. Bartee first. (Defendant conferring with attorney off the record.) THE COURT: Anything else, Mr. Bartee? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: Any objections to the court's proposed findings of fact and tentative sentence from defendant? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: Mr. Bartee, do you know of any lawful reason at this time why the court should not impose a sentence? MR. BARTEE: I do not, Your Honor. THE COURT: Mr. Renfrow, the court determines that the presentence investigation report and the previously stated findings are accurate, and orders those findings to be incorporated in the following sentence. Pursuant to Sentencing Reform Act of 1984, it's the judgment of the court the defendant, Anthony Renfrow, is hereby sentenced to the custody of bureau of prisons for a term of 12 months and one day on Count 1. This term of imprisonment shall be followed by three years of supervised release. Within 72 hours of release from the custody of bureau of prisons, defendant shall
  30. 30. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 24 report to the US Probation Office in the district in which he is released. While on supervised release, defendant shall not commit another federal, state, or local crime, shall comply with the standard conditions that have been adopted by this court, and the special and mandatory conditions of supervision as set forth in Part D of the presentence report. It is ordered defendant shall pay United States a special assessment of $100 to the crime victim's fund pursuant to 18 United States Code Section 3013. Payment of the assessment is due immediately, and may be satisfied while in the bureau of prisons' custody. No fine is imposed. Pursuant to 18 United States Code Section 3663 A, defendant is ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,692,803.26 to the victims identified in the presentence report. Restitution is ordered joint and several with William Fox; that's Southern District of California Docket Number 3:15 CR 01449-L-1, and payments shall be made to the US District Court, US Courthouse, 500 State Avenue, Room 259, Kansas City, Kansas, 66101. Restitution is due immediately, and shall satisfied in payments of not less than ten percent of the funds deposited each month into defendant's inmate trust fund account, and monthly installments of not less than five percent of his monthly gross household income over the
  31. 31. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 25 three years of supervised release to commence 30 days after his release from imprisonment. Interest on restitution is waived. A final order of forfeiture and imposition of forfeiture money judgment has previously been filed by the court. Both the government and defendant are advised as to their respective right to appeal this sentence and conviction. An appeal taken from this sentence is subject to 18 United States Code Section 3742, and subject to any waiver in the plea agreement in this case. Defendant is advised of your right to appeal the conviction and sentence, but only to the extent you've not waived that right in the plea agreement. You also can lose your right to appeal if you do not timely file a notice of appeal in the district court. Rule 4 B of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure gives you 14 days after the entry of judgment to file a notice of appeal. If you so request, the clerk of the court shall immediately prepare and file a notice of appeal on your behalf. If you're unable to pay the costs of an appeal, you have the right to apply for leave to appeal in forma pauperis, which means without having to pay a filing fee. At this time, voluntary surrender is granted with the condition that was mentioned here in the courtroom added to the other bond conditions you're presently under. Mr. Renfrow, is
  32. 32. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 26 there any reason for the court to believe you won't follow all those conditions? THE DEFENDANT: No, sir. THE COURT: Is there any reason for the court to believe that you won't appear on the date, time, and place that you're notified to appear to begin serving your term of imprisonment? THE DEFENDANT: No. THE COURT: Defendant shall report to the facility designated by the bureau of prisons as notified by the US Marshals. Anything else from the government? MR. RASK: Would move to dismiss Count 2, Your Honor. THE COURT: So ordered. Anything else from defendant? MR. BARTEE: No, Your Honor. THE COURT: If there's nothing else, this hearing's adjourned. Thank you. (Whereupon, court recessed proceedings.)
  33. 33. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NANCY MORONEY WISS, CSR, RMR, CRR 27 C E R T I F I C A T E I, Nancy Moroney Wiss, a Certified Shorthand Reporter and the regularly appointed, qualified and acting official reporter of the United States District Court for the District of Kansas, do hereby certify that as such official reporter, I was present at and reported in machine shorthand the above and foregoing proceedings. I further certify that the foregoing transcript, consisting of 27 typewritten pages, is a full, true, and correct reproduction of my shorthand notes as reflected by this transcript. SIGNED November 30, 2015. S/_______________________________ Nancy Moroney Wiss, CSR, CM, FCRR
  34. 34. CLERK’S COURTROOM MINUTE SHEET – CRIMINAL SENTENCING UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. Case No: 12-20041-01 Anthony Renfrow, Defendant. Atty for Govt: Scott Rask Atty for Deft: Tom Bartee JUDGE: Carlos Murguia DATE: 11/30/2015 CLERK: Sarah Spegal TAPE/REPORTER: Nancy Wiss INTERPRETER: PRETRIAL/PROBATION: Cassidi Lundell ☒ For Details of Sentence See Judgment and Commitment Order ☒ Restitution Ordered under 18:3663 $ on count(s) $ 1,692, 803.26 on count(s) 1 ☒ Total Restitution: $ 1,692,803.26 ☐ Defendant Fined $ on count(s) $ on count(s) ☐ Total Fine: $ ☒ Defendant Assessed under 18:3013 $ 100.00 on count(s) 1 $ on count(s) ☒ Total Assessment: $100.00 ☒ Count(s) 2 dismissed by the court on the motion of the United States. ☒ Government ☒ Defendant - Advised of right to appeal ☒ Defendant to voluntarily surrender: ☐ Defendant remanded to custody ☐ Stay of Execution ☐ Granted ☐ Denied ☐ Notes: Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 89 Filed 11/30/15 Page 1 of 1
  35. 35. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 1 United States District Court District of Kansas UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. Anthony Renfrow JUDGMENT IN A CRIMINAL CASE Case Number: 2:12CR20041 - 001 USM Number: 68723-097 Defendant’s Attorney: Thomas W. Bartee THE DEFENDANT: ☒ pleaded guilty to count: 1 of the Indictment. ☐ pleaded nolo contendere to count(s) which was accepted by the court. ☐ was found guilty on count(s) after a plea of not guilty. The defendant is adjudicated guilty of these offenses: Title & Section Nature of Offense Offense Ended Count 18 U.S.C. §§ 371 and 1349 Conspiracy to Commit Wire Fraud and Engage in Monetary Transactions Greater Than $10,000, a Class C Felony 05/16/2007 1 The defendant is sentenced as provided in pages 1 through 13 of this judgment. The sentence is imposed pursuant to the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984. ☐ The defendant has been found not guilty on count(s) . ☒ Count 2 of the Indictment is dismissed on the motion of the United States. IT IS ORDERED that the defendant shall notify the United States Attorney for this district within 30 days of any change of name, residence, or mailing address until all fines, restitution, costs, and special assessments imposed by this judgment are fully paid. If ordered to pay restitution, the defendant shall notify the court and United States attorney of material changes in economic circumstances. 11/30/2015 Date of Imposition of Judgment Signature of Judge Honorable Carlos Murguia, U.S. District Judge Name & Title of Judge Date Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 1 of 13 s/ Carlos Murguia 12/2/15
  36. 36. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 2 – Imprisonment Judgment – Page 2 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 IMPRISONMENT The defendant is hereby committed to the custody of the United States Bureau of Prisons to be imprisoned for a total term of 12 months and 1 day. ☐ The Court makes the following recommendations to the Bureau of Prisons: ☐ The defendant is remanded to the custody of the United States Marshal. ☐ The defendant shall surrender to the United States Marshal for this district. ☐ at on . ☐ as notified by the United States Marshal. ☒ The defendant shall surrender for service of sentence at the institution designated by the Bureau of Prisons: ☐ before on . ☒ as notified by the United States Marshal. ☐ as notified by the Probation or Pretrial Services Officer. RETURN I have executed this judgment as follows: Defendant delivered on to at , with a certified copy of this judgment. UNITED STATES MARSHAL By Deputy U.S. Marshal Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 2 of 13
  37. 37. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 3 – Supervised Release Judgment – Page 3 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 SUPERVISED RELEASE Upon release from imprisonment, the defendant shall be on supervised release for a term of 3 years . The defendant shall report to the probation office in the district to which the defendant is released within 72 hours of release from the custody of the Bureau of Prisons. The defendant shall not commit another federal, state, or local crime. The defendant shall not unlawfully possess a controlled substance. The defendant shall refrain from any unlawful use of a controlled substance. The defendant shall submit to one drug test within 15 days of release from imprisonment and at least two periodic drug tests thereafter, as determined by the court. ☒ The above drug testing condition is suspended based on the court’s determination that the defendant poses a low risk of future substance abuse. (Check if applicable) ☒ The defendant is prohibited from possessing or purchasing a firearm, ammunition, destructive device, or any other dangerous weapon. (Check if applicable) ☒ The defendant shall cooperate in the collection of DNA as directed by the probation officer. (Check if applicable) ☐ The defendant shall register as a sex offender, and keep the registration current, in each jurisdiction where the defendant resides, where the defendant is an employee, and where the defendant is a student. For initial registration purposes only, the defendant shall also register in the jurisdiction in which convicted, if such jurisdiction is different from the jurisdiction of residence. Registration shall occur not later than 3 business days after being sentenced, if the defendant is not sentenced to a term of imprisonment. The defendant shall, not later than 3 business days after each change in name, residence, employment, or student status, appear in person in at least one jurisdiction in which the defendant is registered and inform that jurisdiction of all changes in the information required. (Check if applicable) ☐ The defendant shall participate in an approved program for domestic violence. (Check if applicable) If this judgment imposes a fine or restitution, it is to be a condition of supervised release that the defendant pay in accordance with the Schedule of Payments sheet of this judgment. The defendant must comply with the standard conditions that have been adopted by this court as well as with any additional conditions on the attached page. STANDARD CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION 1) the defendant shall not leave the judicial district without permission of the court or probation officer; 2) the defendant shall report to the probation officer in a manner and frequency directed by the court or the probation officer; 3) the defendant shall answer truthfully all inquiries by the probation officer and follow instructions of the probation officer; 4) the defendant shall support his or her dependents and meet other family responsibilities; 5) the defendant shall work regularly at a lawful occupation unless excused by the probation officer for schooling, training or other acceptable reasons; 6) the defendant shall notify the probation officer at least ten days prior to any change in residence or employment; 7) the defendant shall refrain from excessive use of alcohol and shall not purchase, possess, use, distribute, or administer any controlled substances or any paraphernalia related to any controlled substances, except as prescribed by a physician; 8) the defendant shall not frequent places where controlled substances are illegally sold, used, distributed, or administered; 9) the defendant shall not associate with any persons engaged in criminal activity, and shall not associate with any person convicted of a felony unless granted permission to do so by the probation officer; 10) the defendant shall permit a probation officer to visit him or her at any time at home or elsewhere and shall permit confiscation of any contraband observed in plain view of the probation officer; 11) the defendant shall notify the probation officer within seventy-two hours of being arrested or questioned by a law enforcement officer; 12) the defendant shall not enter into any agreement to act as an informer or a special agent of a law enforcement agency without the permission of the court; 13) as directed by the probation officer, the defendant shall notify third parties of risks that may be occasioned by the defendant's criminal record or personal history or characteristics, and shall permit the probation officer to make such notifications and to confirm the defendant's compliance with such notification requirement. Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 3 of 13
  38. 38. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 3C - Supervised Release Judgment – Page 4 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION 1. The defendant shall not incur new credit charges or open, or attempt to open, additional lines of credit, without the prior approval of the probation officer. The defendant shall also execute any release of information forms necessary for the probation officer to monitor the defendant's compliance with the credit restrictions. 2. The defendant shall immediately provide the probation officer with access to any and all requested financial information, to include executing any release of information forms necessary for the probation office to obtain and/or verify said financial information. 3. The defendant shall submit his/her person, house, residence, vehicle(s), papers, business or place of employment and any property under the defendant's control to a search, conducted by the United States Probation Officer at a reasonable time and in a reasonable manner, based upon reasonable suspicion of contraband or evidence of a violation of a condition of release. Failure to submit to a search may be grounds for revocation. The defendant shall warn any other residents that the premises may be subject to searches pursuant to this condition. 4. The defendant is prohibited from possessing or purchasing a firearm, ammunition, destructive device, or any other dangerous weapon. Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 4 of 13
  39. 39. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 6 – Schedule of Payments Judgment – Page 5 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 Payments shall be applied in the following order: (1) assessment, (2) restitution principal, (3) restitution interest, (4) fine principal, (5) fine interest, (6) community restitution, (7) penalties, and (8) costs, including cost of prosecution and court costs. CRIMINAL MONETARY PENALTIES The defendant shall pay the total criminal monetary penalties under the Schedule of Payments set forth in this Judgment. Assessment Fine Restitution Totals: $100 Waived $1,692,803.26 ☐ The determination of restitution is deferred until . An Amended Judgment in a Criminal Case (AO 245C) will be entered after such determination. ☒ The defendant shall make restitution (including community restitution) to the following payees in the amounts listed below. If the defendant makes a partial payment, each payee shall receive an approximately proportioned payment, unless specified otherwise in the priority order or percentage payment column below. However, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3664(i), all nonfederal victims must be paid before the United States is paid. Name of Payee Restitution Ordered Shirley Adkins $852.26 Michael R Adriano $9,000.00 Ka’ Wanda Allen $309.98 Patty A Alverson $692.35 Steve Amadei $1,848.00 Kate Aschlea $4,497.00 Misty Andrews $818.49 Nathalia Bethancourth $1,187.46 Laurie Babjak $4,626.00 Johnny R Baker $250.00 Alejandro Balart $2,641.80 Blake Barry $2,000.00 Antonio Barone $9,157.08 Linda Barone $2,367.80 Josh Baumgartner $6,000.00 Nicholas Baumgartner $3,000.00 Blake Barry $600.00 Tracy Beasley $9,000.00 Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 5 of 13
  40. 40. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 6 – Schedule of Payments Judgment – Page 6 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 Payments shall be applied in the following order: (1) assessment, (2) restitution principal, (3) restitution interest, (4) fine principal, (5) fine interest, (6) community restitution, (7) penalties, and (8) costs, including cost of prosecution and court costs. Linda P Bell $310.95 Larry E Bell, II $310.95 Shanya Blueitt $3,000.00 Christine Bobbitt (Reeves) $54.00 Reisa Bonetti $5,000.00 Susan C Bottino $21,000.00 Victor Bottino $21,000.00 Omar L Branch $2,916.00 Terrie Brown $5,087.96 Robert Buffa $9,000.00 Giulia Butcher $2,700.00 Nicholas Butcher $2,358.00 Bob Cattaneo $1,500.00 JoAnn Challberg $16,200.00 Tonette Chatman $6,005.90 Phillip Cochran $1,500.00 David E Conley $4,973.40 William K Copley $639.43 Jesse E Cornwell $3,700.00 Lee Criner $36,000.00 Nicole Daly $527.83 Elias Davis $1,500.00 Earnest Dawson $2,407.71 Ruth A Deal $7,716.00 Stacy DeJonge $500.00 Nora Dodge $1,302.00 Ella T Douglas $4,723.23 William Dugan $6,000.00 Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 6 of 13
  41. 41. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 6 – Schedule of Payments Judgment – Page 7 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 Payments shall be applied in the following order: (1) assessment, (2) restitution principal, (3) restitution interest, (4) fine principal, (5) fine interest, (6) community restitution, (7) penalties, and (8) costs, including cost of prosecution and court costs. Devon Dyer $3,000.00 Bradley H Ellis $580.00 Joy Ellis $137,800.00 Shirley East $8,949.37 Michelle Evans (Walker) $1,094.07 Bobbie Faircloth $2,132.40 Eric Fellows $16,992.00 Reyna Fernandez $6,100.00 Shirley Fleming $532.95 Eleanor Forse $372.00 Teresa Fox $2,501.48 Romacio Fulcher $130,000.00 Gerald C Gibbs $6,000.00 Abel Gonzales $22,000.00 Akili Graham $7,002.00 Judith K Groves $10,100.00 Deborah Hargis $3,000.00 Kevin Harris $100.00 Lorenzo Hayes $3,000.00 W.C. Hayes $1,000.00 Edwin F Haynes $42,000.00 John Hildreth, Jr. $6,000.00 Shawn Hill $4,000.00 Jason Houchen $18,000.00 Sonya Hutchinson $1,000.00 Jeffrey Huxtable $14,000.00 Betty L Ivey $9,000.00 Antoine Jackson $12,166.75 Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 7 of 13
  42. 42. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 6 – Schedule of Payments Judgment – Page 8 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 Payments shall be applied in the following order: (1) assessment, (2) restitution principal, (3) restitution interest, (4) fine principal, (5) fine interest, (6) community restitution, (7) penalties, and (8) costs, including cost of prosecution and court costs. Melissa Jackson (Prater) $7,320.00 Sano Jackson $7,172.95 Phillip James $1,934.25 Paul Jochims $500.00 Michael A Johansen $5,096.40 Russell Johnson $700.00 Tricia Junkins $7,771.00 Jaye Jones $3,000.00 Freddy Kandah $3,000.00 Linda Kauffman $1,000.00 Leslie Kauargh $5,000.00 Wahibe Kebeda $95,000.00 Dale Keeney $72.00 Kane P Kelly $6,900.00 Nancy Kenekeo $238.00 Phil Ketchum $120.00 Mark Kithcart $1,500.00 Richard Kithcart $33,000.00 Jeffrey Lesuer $5,000.00 Bryan Levy $2,232.00 Telifer D Lewis $2,021.88 Arleen Lloyd $1,000.00 Charles Malley $18,000.00 Mary Maltz $1,000.00 Randall Mason $9,000.00 George McClain $1,994.69 Michael T McCoy, Sr. $9,000.00 Samina McGill $750.00 Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 8 of 13
  43. 43. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 6 – Schedule of Payments Judgment – Page 9 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 Payments shall be applied in the following order: (1) assessment, (2) restitution principal, (3) restitution interest, (4) fine principal, (5) fine interest, (6) community restitution, (7) penalties, and (8) costs, including cost of prosecution and court costs. James Meadows $16,800.00 Thomas Meadows $7,500.00 Joel MI Melville $4,459.48 Aubrey Meyer $12,000.00 John Meyer $1,200.00 Jimmy Miller $10,000.00 Joshua Minturn $18,000.00 Anthony Miranda $2,177.80 Jason Mitchell $3,500.00 Bernard Montgomery $2,000.00 Georgia Montgomery $4,944.00 Peggy Montgomery $1,000.00 Robert Montgomery $10,500.00 Dana Morgan $1,000.00 Brian Murphy $6,858.00 Steve Murray $2,606.94 Ray Newbold $6,000.00 Joe L Newsome, Jr. $5,907.72 Evelyn Newton $5,974.03 Dalat Nguyen $5,000.00 Don Noble $2,400.00 Henry Nobles $6,000.00 Jessica Nobles $750.00 Terry Nobles $3,000.00 Garry Osipov $1,803.80 Marvin T Parker $92.00 Craig J Parks $9,000.00 Linda Parks $100.00 Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 9 of 13
  44. 44. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 6 – Schedule of Payments Judgment – Page 10 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 Payments shall be applied in the following order: (1) assessment, (2) restitution principal, (3) restitution interest, (4) fine principal, (5) fine interest, (6) community restitution, (7) penalties, and (8) costs, including cost of prosecution and court costs. Carol Paskon $27,000.00 David Paskon $9,000.00 Dick Paskon $7,850.00 Mary Paskon $9,000.00 Matt Paskon $9,000.00 Loraine Paulin $10,751.28 Argel E Perez $2,496.00 Jeff Porter $18,373.47 Matthew Rapoza $3,000.00 Wendy Ragan $26,989.47 Rachel Rice $3,208.00 Delores Rios $9,000.00 James Rizqalla $26,494.00 Jackie Rosenfeld $2,214.00 Darlene Rodgers $534.00 Vincent Roy $411.80 Travis L Salmon $5,434.80 Patricia Santiacruz $1,000.00 Ben Sapir $339.41 Kevin Saunders $1,516.51 Michelle Schaffer $3,000.00 Adrian F Schleis $7,548.00 Bryce M Schmidt $9,303.00 Brian Schroeder $12,250.00 John Schroeder $1,500.00 Kenyatta Scott $6,000.00 Michael A Sellers $9,000.00 Kevin Shaw $18,000.00 Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 10 of 13
  45. 45. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 6 – Schedule of Payments Judgment – Page 11 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 Payments shall be applied in the following order: (1) assessment, (2) restitution principal, (3) restitution interest, (4) fine principal, (5) fine interest, (6) community restitution, (7) penalties, and (8) costs, including cost of prosecution and court costs. Sharon Shelton $3,874.00 Gary Sheumaker $498.00 Shelly Sheumaker $3,300.00 Kim Smith $3,054.00 Saniyyah Smith $2,000.00 Sonya Smith $1,000.00 Dhalee P Stephen $20,000.00 Michael Spiridonow $5,500.00 Don Stroh $36,000.00 Chris Stunz $300.00 Alexa St. Julian $3,000.00 Frederick Sykes $14,000.00 Ricky Tatum $1,200.00 Tory Taylor $3,936.00 Douglas Vogelzang $102.95 Gigi Wade $3,000.00 Charles Walker $2,493.35 Stephen Walker $2,316.56 Ronald L Wallace $1,000.00 Anthony B Walser $31,405.12 William Walters $27,000.00 Willie Watson $3,000.00 Andre White $201,000.00 Leia O Williams $6,010.00 Jackey Wilson II $1,998.00 Patrick Wilson $200.00 Amy Wiseman $300.00 Totals: $1,692,803.26 Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 11 of 13
  46. 46. AO 245B (Rev. 09/11 - D/KS 08/12) Judgment in a Criminal Case Sheet 6 – Schedule of Payments Judgment – Page 12 of 13 DEFENDANT: Anthony Renfrow CASE NUMBER: 2:12CR20041 - 001 Payments shall be applied in the following order: (1) assessment, (2) restitution principal, (3) restitution interest, (4) fine principal, (5) fine interest, (6) community restitution, (7) penalties, and (8) costs, including cost of prosecution and court costs. ☐ Restitution amount ordered pursuant to plea agreement $ . ☐ The defendant shall pay interest on any fine or restitution of more than $2,500, unless the fine or restitution is paid in full before the fifteenth day after the date of the judgment, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3612(f). All of the payment options set forth in this Judgment may be subject to penalties for delinquency and default, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3612(g). ☒ The court determined that the defendant does not have the ability to pay interest, and it is ordered that: ☒ the interest requirement is waived for the ☐ fine and/or ☒ restitution. ☐ the interest requirement for the ☐ fine and/or ☐ restitution is modified as follows: SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS Having assessed the defendant’s ability to pay, payment of the total criminal monetary penalties are due as follows: A ☐ Lump sum payment of $ due immediately, balance due ☐ not later than , or ☐ in accordance with ☐ C, ☐ D, ☐ E, or ☐ F below; or B ☒ Payment to begin immediately (may be combined with ☐ C, ☒ D, or ☒ F below); or C ☐ Payment in monthly installments of not less than 5% of the defendant's monthly gross household income over a period of years to commence days after the date of this judgment; or D ☒ Payment of not less than 10% of the funds deposited each month into the inmate's trust fund account and monthly installments of not less than 5% of the defendant's monthly gross household income over a period of 3 years, to commence 30 days after release from imprisonment to a term of supervision; or E ☐ Payment during the term of supervised release will commence within (e.g., 30 or 60 days) after release from imprisonment. The court will set the payment plan based on an assessment of the defendant’s ability to pay at that time; or F ☒ Special instructions regarding the payment of criminal monetary penalties: If restitution is ordered, the Clerk, U.S. District Court, may hold and accumulate restitution payments, without distribution, until the amount accumulated is such that the minimum distribution to any restitution victim will not be less than $25. Payments should be made to Clerk, U.S. District Court, U.S. Courthouse - Room 259, 500 State Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas 66101. Unless the court has expressly ordered otherwise, if this judgment imposes imprisonment, payment of criminal monetary penalties is due during imprisonment. All criminal monetary penalties, except those payments made through the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ Inmate Financial Responsibility Program, are made to the clerk of the court. The defendant shall receive credit for all payments previously made toward any criminal monetary penalties imposed. ☒ Joint and Several Defendant and Co-Defendant Names and Case Numbers (including defendant number), Total Amount Joint and Several Amount and corresponding payee, if appropriate. Case 2:12-cr-20041-CM Document 90 Filed 12/02/15 Page 12 of 13
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