SAN DIEGO -- A 92-year-old woman who sold $40 kits for people to kill themselves faces sentencing in San Diego for failing to file federal tax returns.
Sharlotte Hydorn faces a maximum term of one year in prison when she is sentenced Monday by U.S. Magistrate Judge Bernard Skomal. Read More »
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It just might be easier to get a limo ride in the remote Indian town of Ludhiana than it is in New York City or Las Vegas.
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