Rev. Lyons Ordered To Pay $5.2 Million For Bank Fraud And Tax Evasion; Sentenced To Four Years

July 1999
Jet;07/05/99, Vol. 96 Issue 5, p14
Reports on the order given to Reverent Henry Lyons, former president of the National Baptist Convention USA, to pay $5.2 million in restitution for bank fraud and tax evasion.


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