John Stodder, the other former Fleishman-Hillard executive convicted a few years ago, reports to federal prison authorities tomorrow. The start of his term was recently extended until April 5 or two weeks after the death of his mother — whichever came first. Sadly, she died Feb. 3. As John understands it, he will report to the Metropolitan Detention Center tomorrow then be assigned to a federal prison for his 15-month term. His time in jail can be reduced by 15 percent for "good time," and some share of the of the term can be spent in a halfway house that allows him to work.
On Facebook, John just posted: "See you later. Over and out." He includes a YouTube of Humble Pie: Thirty Days in the Hole.
Noted: As of now, the federal Bureau of Prisons inmate locator still says that Doug Dowie, Stodder's co-defendant and former boss, is not in the bureau's custody.