It is a financial scandal that shocked the world one year ago this month, and one year later its secrets are still being revealed. Authorities say flamboyant Texas billionaire Sir Allen Stanford bilked investors out of billions of dollars in order to fund his lavish lifestyle.
The alleged scheme collapsed on February 17, 2009 when federal authorities raided Stanford's office, claiming billions of dollars in customer funds were missing.
Soon after, Allen Stanford gave his only in-depth television interview to CNBC Senior Correspondent Scott Cohn in the CNBC Original documentary "Secrets of the Knight: Sir Allen Stanford and the Missing Billions."
Now, CNBC follows up with
*In an exclusive interview, Stanford's lead attorney, Kent Schaffer, tells how he plans to prove his client innocent.
*CNBC explores allegations that Stanford bought influence with members of Congress.
*The program revisits Stanford investors, many of whom lost everything.
*Where were the regulators? "More Secrets of the Knight" examines why it took authorities years after the initial complaints to move in.
"More Secrets of the Knight: The Allen Stanford Scandal" airs Wednesday February 10th at 10pm ET...
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