Sentenced to 9 years in prison for a fraud of more than$ 120 Million, the founder of the production house Cinar has yet managed to get the Delivery of canadian emergency (PKU), which is supposed to help people in need because of the COVID-19.
Still under the blow of a full parole to his sentence received in 2016, Ronald Weinberg has made an application to the PCU, reports the daily newspaper the Montreal Gazette, which cites the more recent decision of the parole Board of Canada (PBC) for the business man fallen.
Always according to the English-language newspaper, Weinberg was in a fit of remorse when confronted by his case management team and has returned money to the government, considering finally that it was ” immoral “.
The PCU is highly criticized since its implementation in march. The Journal has published many stories that state the ease for fraudsters to cash in. The cost of the measure is evaluated at $ 60 billion.