Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Zoeller Agrees To Return $11,000 In Durham Contributions To Fair Finance Trustee
He didn't exactly lead by example, but Attorney General Greg Zoeller has finally reached an agreement with the bankruptcy trustee for Fair Finance Company to return $11,000 in contributions his campaign committee received from indicted Ponzi scheme operator Tim Durham. That leaves only the committees of Gov. Mitch Daniels and former Marion Co. Prosecutor Carl Brizzi, the largest recipients of Durham's campaign contributions, which have yet to reach a settlement agreement with the bankruptcy trustee, Brian Bash. Bash has threatened to sue, if necessary, to recover the money. Bash also issued a flurry of subpoenas over the last week to a variety of financial institutions and businesses tied to Durham in what appears to be an effort to track the flow of dollars out of the bankrupt company.