Conrad Black freed on $2 million bond - Macleans.ca
 

Conrad Black freed on $2 million bond

Chicago judge says Black must remain in lower 48


 

Conrad Black was released on a $2 million bond and ordered to remain in the continental United States by Chicago judge Amy St. Eve Wednesday morning. Black had earlier requested he be allowed to return home to Toronto, but prosecutors objected, pointing out Black has access to a residence in Florida. Black must still appear before St. Eve for the final conditions of his bail will be set, and his lawyer indicated that may happen as early as Friday.

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Conrad Black freed on $2 million bond

  1. Good news. The legal system railroaded him, it's nice to see justice.

    • i didn't know Conrad Black reads Macleans

  2. Really good news. He and his wife showed class and self respect throughout all this nonsense. Although I must say it doesn't surprise me they we're able to make lemon aid out of lemons, which he did assure us he would be vindicated…A proud Canadian