Star fooled by Ponzi scheme

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SAN JOAQUIN, CA – Actor Kiefer Sutherland, star of TV drama series “24”, has been conned out of $869,000 in a suspected Ponzi scheme that misled the actor into thinking he was investing in Mexican cows. Sutherland, who plays maverick anti-terrorism agent Jack Bauer, invested his money with steer-roping promoter and cattle manager Michael Wayne Carr.

The San Joaquin county California District Attorney’s office says the actor was told Carr would make big profits selling the cattle bought in Mexico

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