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From 2009 to 2016, approximately million was wired or deposited into the accounts, the affidavit said.Most of the money originated from accounts in mainland China or Hong Kong.The maximum penalty in relation to offences against section 184(2)(a) of the Corporations Act is 2,000 penalty units or imprisonment for five years or both.

Mr Pennicott, of Mermaid Waters, Queensland, was found guilty by a jury on 13 July 2011 of: Mr Pennicott was remanded in custody. The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions prosecuted the matter. On 26 April 2007, Mr Pennicott was arrested in British Columbia, Canada, following a request by the Australian Government to Canadian authorities to issue a provisional arrest warrant.Several copies of a Chinese book, “Into the United States,” featuring a red, white and blue American flag cover, were displayed.In addition to a sign advertising the visas, Chinese lettering on the windows offered services including school admissions, real estate investment, life insurance and legal services.About million of the money was used to purchase several personal homes for the Chans and Zeng, including a four-bedroom home in Arcadia that was bought in Zeng’s name in 2011 for .2 million, according to the affidavit.The trio also used the money to purchase an array of business properties, such as .25 million they spent in 2012 for a vacant lot off Highway 111 in Indio and .2 million in 2015 for vacant land in Rancho Cucamonga.