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Fyre Festival organiser jailed for six years after pleading guilty to fraud over disastrous event

Telegraph.co.uk Friday, 12 October 2018
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According to Gizmodo, a festival organizer has been sentenced to six years in prison. A federal judge sentenced the 26-year-old due to a scheme for selling phony tickets and for misleading investors. Billy McFarland will also serve three years of probation, and must pay at least $26 million in...

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