Woman that scammed nuns gets jail time
A woman from Kenya that scammed the Pewaukee Carmelite nuns and other religious organizations out of more than $1 million was sentenced late this afternoon to over three years in prison.
U.S. District Judge Charles Clevert sentenced Angela Martin-Mulu of Chicago to 41 months jail time and three years extended supervision. In addition, Martin-Mulu and her husband, Edward Bosire, must pay over $981,000 in restitution.
Martin-Mulu and Bosire, who will be sentenced Feb. 19, plead guilty to fraud in June to posing as Kenyan refugees and scamming nuns in Wisconsin out of around $1.1 million, gambling most of it at a casino.
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