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Former media baron Conrad Black back in jail
Federal judge orders UK citizen to return to prison for defrauding investors.
Last Modified: 25 Jun 2011 06:02

A federal judge has ordered Conrad Black, former media mongol, to return to prison to serve the rest of his 42-month sentence for defrauding investors. He will be spending the next 13 months in a Chicago prison.

Black, the former chairman of media conglomerate Hollinger International Inc, had been out on bail after successfully appealing to the US Supreme Court.

Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomy reports from Chicago.

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