Biodiesel fraudster forfeits $100 million in art and more to feds

In Indiana, one of the defendants in a major biodiesel fraud case has forfeited more than $100 million in art, motorcycles, watches, jewelry and other goods to the federal government after pleading guilty earlier this month. Among the list of notables were a Renoir, a Picasso, five Dalis, a Miro and a $3.5 million home. Six others have already pled guilty to the scam including conspiracy and wire fraud.

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