Barry Stokes, Convicted Ponzi Schemer, Made Voodoo Dolls Of His Victims In Prison

10/20/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Naomi Synder The Tennessean

Financial adviser Barry R. Stokes, who has pleaded guilty to stealing $19 million from victims' retirement plans, spent part of his time in jail making voodoo dolls of financial victims and sticking pins in them to ward off their damaging testimony, according to evidence presented this morning in a federal court hearing.

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