From the Department of Things You Can’t Make Up
A gentleman by the name of John B. Webster has identified a line of business he thinks will be successful in Rhode Island: providing “incarceration assistance” to white collar criminals. From the Chicago Sun Times…
When John B. Webster was convicted in 2001 for lying to the FBI, he lost his law license and his freedom — but gained a new career.I wonder what he thinks the advantages of setting up shop in the Ocean State are.
Webster is part of a small, specialized industry that advises white-collar criminals heading to the pen….
Webster, 48, who served 13 months for reporting a bogus death threat, has provided “incarceration assistance” to more than 40 people though his company, National Prison & Sentencing Consultants, based in Rhode Island.