Fake Printing Collectibles Sends Seller to Prison
As a result of Haggard’s fraud, his victims lost more than $1.3 million in money and property. Haggard’s interest in the recovered pieces has been forfeited to the United States. It is anticipated that proceeds from the sale of those pieces will be used to compensate Haggard’s victims.
In addition to the prison term, Judge McMahon sentenced Haggard to three years of supervised release, imposed a $1.38 million forfeiture judgment, imposed a restitution order for $1.38 million, and ordered him to pay a $100 special assessment fee.