Source: 12/10/2009

MLM Fugitive Apprehended in Tennessee

James Albert Sweeney, former CEO of the Big Co-op and related MLM deals, was arrested by Green County detectives at his home on Ripley Island Road.

Sweeney was charged with being a fugitive from justice by Greene County officials. At the time of arrest, the California Department of Justice had felony charges for multiple counts of felony fraud and theft related to MLM schemes.

Bail was set at $8.8 million dollars.

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