SENTENCED. Robert Leclerc, 67, prominent Swiss banker and shelterer of foreign tax dodgers, whose private bank came up $199 million short in a 1977 scandal that rocked Geneva's financial establishment and triggered apparent suicides by two fellow bank officials; to five years for "fraudulent management and abuse of confidence"; in Geneva.
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