Co-founder of bogus green energy firm gets jail time for $54M Ponzi scheme

A former Temple University student was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for her role in a $54 million Ponzi scheme where investors poured their money into a bogus Main Line green energy company that she co-founded.

Amanda Knorr, 35, of Hellertown, Pa., received the prison sentence late Friday after pleading guilty to wire and securities fraud for what prosecutors have called the biggest scam involving clean energy in American history.

Knorr and co-defendant Troy Wragg formed Mantria…


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