Illinois Businessman Owes $18M for Medicare fraud

AARP BULLETIN | on Thu, Mar 16, 6:00 AM

His company flourished, and Gillman spent its profits lavishly: private airplanes, luxury sports cars, frequent vacations and a daily cocaine habit. This week he stood before a federal judge and received a 6½-year sentence for defrauding the government[1]. “I am ashamed of what I did, and I am sorry for it, and I have no excuse,” Gillman told U.S. District Judge Thomas Durkin, according to the Chicago Tribune. “I betrayed the trust of Medicare, and I besmirched the integrity of hospice altoge...

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