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AntiOffline founder reports to Club Fed
Oquendo maintains his innocence, and says he turned down a plea offer of only six months in order to sue his case in court. The trial went poorly for him, and the jury found him guilty on both charges.
The trouble began last year, shortly after the company he worked for, Collegeboardwalk.com, went bust. The company shared office space and network resources with one of its investors, Manhattan venture capital outfit Five Partners Asset Management.
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