"After three years of denial, a vigorously contested trial that lasted six weeks and Thursday's unrepentant speech before a judge and a courtroom filled with aggrieved investors, R. Allen Stanford offered an apology of sorts to a victim of his multibillion-dollar fraud.
"He had tears in his eyes and said, 'I'm so sorry,'" said Angela Shaw, one of the thousands of investors who lost billions of dollars in worthless certificates of deposit. "But then he said, 'This is wrong and you'll have to sue the United States government. They did this.'""
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