Crooks with Deep Pockets

White-collar criminals have the resources to go into hiding rather than face jail time. But for Michael Berger, the jig may be up

On July 20, Michael Berger is scheduled to appear before a judge in Vienna, Austria, to determine whether he will be kept in prison or freed from jail while a variety of charges against him are sorted out. The judge may very well decide that it is best to keep Berger under lock and key.

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