Posted: 2:33 am ET
In August 2015, former U.S. Foreign Service Officer, Michael T. Sestak, 44, was sentenced to 64 months in prison on federal charges in a scheme where he accepted more than $3 million in bribes to process visas for non-immigrants seeking entry to the United States. The Federal Bureau of Prisons locator indicates that he was scheduled to be released from prison on January 4, 2018. The 2015 USDOJ announcement notes that following his prison term, Sestak will be placed on three years of supervised release.
See this piece on the Sestak case. See below our posts on this case with some unanswered questions.
- What’s Next For Former FSO Michael Sestak, Plus Some Unanswered Questions
- Former FSO Michael Sestak Sentenced to 64 Months In Visas For Dollars Scheme
- Michael T. Sestak Visa Scandal: Two Co-Conspirators Sentenced to 10 Months and 16 Months
- USDOJ: AmCit Binh Vo, Alleged Co-Conspirator in Michael Sestak Visa Scandal Arrested at Dulles Airport
- FSO Michael T. Sestak Pleads Guilty in Visa Fraud-Bribery Case, Faces 19-24 Years in Prison
- Jilted Lover Reportedly Helped Exposed Sestak Visa Scandal – There’s a Hole In Your Wall?
- Michael Sestak Visa Scandal: USG to seek forfeiture money judgment of at least $9.7 Million
- USCG Ho Chi Minh City’s Visa Fraud Allegations — When Silence Isn’t Golden
- USDOJ: FSO Michael Todd Sestak Charged With Conspiracy to Defraud and Conspiracy to Commit Bribery and Visa Fraud
- “Conservative Estimate” of Proceeds from Alleged Visas for Sale Scheme “At Least $10 Million”
- Sestak Criminal Complaint Details Alleged Visa For Dollars Scheme: Refusal Rates, Emails, and Money Trails
- USCG Ho Chi Minh: Former Visa Chief Faces Charges of Conspiracy to Commit Visa Fraud and Bribery
— Peter Van Buren (@WeMeantWell) January 4, 2018
What’s Next For Former FSO Michael Sestak, Plus Some Unanswered Questions http://t.co/1XBoWNtVjR
— Diplopundit (@Diplopundit) August 21, 2015
— mikeschimmel (@mikeschimmel) August 15, 2015