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Ex-Islanders owner entitled to a redo on 20-year sentence for fraud, judge rules

Newsday Friday, 26 April 2019 ()
Former New York Islanders co-owner Stephen Walsh is entitled to a re-sentencing that could shorten his 20-year prison term for securities fraud, a Manhattan federal judge ruled on Thursday.
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