A woman in New York has been convicted of stealing $42M from union pension accounts. She stole the $42M over the course of 7 years and lived an incredible lifestyle while spending the life savings of the union workers. The thing is even though she tole $42M she was only sentenced to six years in jail. That was the maximum she could get. So, she will be out in a couple of years but I don't know if it is worth it. She will be about 63 when she gets out of jail; will owe a bunch of money; have no realistic job prospects; and have a great deal of her life still to live. So, even though it is just a six year sentence, it really seems like it is for the rest of her life if you look at what awaits her after jail. I really hope she enjoyed the last seven years because the rest of her life doesn't look so good.