December 15, 2015- Dallas, Texas
The FBI reports that Martin Cantu, 59, of San Antonio, TX, was sentenced to 35 months in federal prison and ordered to surrender his law license on felony convictions related to a conspiracy to deceive investors about the business of Connect-A-Jet (CAJT).
Co-defendant Jason Wynn, 33, a stock promoter from Lantana, TX, was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to pay over $400,000 in restitution. The pair faces substantial additional SEC restitution orders: almost $11 million for Wynn and $800,000 for Cantu.
Co-conspirator Ryan Reynolds, a former stockbroker, previously pleaded guilty in the Southern District of Florida.
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