Correctional Services spokesman Manelisi Wolela has denied allegations that student leader Mcebo Dla.
NEW YORK - Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff faces his moment of truth today when a federal judge pronounces a sentence that could be as much as 150 years in prison.
More than six months after his fall from the heights of the financial world, when his massive Ponzi scheme was uncovered, the 71-year-old former Nasdaq stock market chairman will once again face some of his victims in court.
Madoff faces up to 150 years in prison but his lawyer has cited the disgraced mogul's advanced age in pushing for a 12-year sentence. Most experts anticipate at least 20 years in jail - under harsh conditions. - AFP