South Florida woman convicted of Medicare fraud granted clemency by Trump
ORLANDO, Fla. – A South Florida woman convicted in a $205 million Medicare fraud scheme is among the 11 federal inmates around the nation on whose behalf President Donald Trump has taken clemency actions. Mommy is coming home.”“I’m just thankful to Trump for giving me my life back,” Hector Negron said from South Florida. She was convicted in 2011 on 24 counts of conspiracy, health care fraud and money laundering, among other charges. Federal prosecutors said she and two co-defendants conducted a $205 million Medicare fraud scheme in South Florida. “We are so thankful for everyone who has helped us but particularly to President Trump," Cruz said.