As reported in today’s Baltimore Sun, Jack W. Stollof, one of three men accused of bid-rigging by Federal prosecutors, plead guilty to rigging auction bids. Stollof, who is known for suing homeowners for overdue grount rent payments, faces up to 10 years in prison and a $1 million fine.
“Throughout my life of almost 75 years,” he said, “I have always accepted both the responsibility for and the consequences of my actions.”
Hopefully Mr. Stollof will also be as willing to take responsibility for all of the children who suffered lead paint poisoning while living in his substandard housing.
Harvey Nusbaum, Stollof’s business partner, is scheduled to go to trial in March.