Re: He should of just hit normal people
By my calculation he walks away with over $93 million.
Which means that he has got nearly $19 million for every year, or $1.6 million for every month spent in prison. Tax-free
After release he can retire and live the rest of his life in luxury. Many people have to work in far worse conditions than you'll endure in prison for a tiny fraction of that amount of money.
Given the victims in this case, I can't even see that he has caused anyone any harm. Therefore I am unusually going to say about a fraudster, "Good for him".