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Employment at Glock 
According to the testimony of Peter Manown who was a Vice President at the company, Manown and Januzzo set up a scheme to embezzle over five million dollars from the company. Manown confessed to Gaston Glock and cooperated with the prosecution of Januzzo.
In 2009, Januzzo fled the country first to Mexico, and then Amsterdam, where he was later arrested and extradited to the US for prosecution.
Januzzo was found guilty of racketeering, and faced up to 30 years in prison. He was sentenced to 7 years in prison, and 13 years of probation. 
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