The selection of the senator’s son to oversee public contracts and funding — despite his connection to a federal fraud case — has some concerned.
The Powder River Basin power plant promoter reported to a minimum security federal prison in California this week to begin serving an 18-month sentence.
One reporter brought the Two Elk scandal to light and tracked the twisting tale of greed, fraud and government ineptitude for more than a decade.
Acting on a sealed motion, a U.S. District judge rescheduled the day of reckoning for Wyoming power plant promoter and convicted fraudster Michael J. Ruffatto for the eighth time.
Convicted fraudster’s court date is put off until April 18.