Wednesday, July 19, 2017

CLOSE TO HOME: Roy C. Bradley, Sr. Enters Federal Custody; Incarcerated At “Low Security” Federal Correctional Institution In Milan, Michigan.

Roy Bradley, sentenced on June 12, 2017 to serve an 18 month sentence for his federal tax fraud and conspiracy convictions, has formally entered the federal prison system. (Bradley was sentenced on March 12, 2015 to up to five years' imprisonment for his conviction in a federal asbestos mishandling case. The tax fraud sentence will run consecutive to the asbestos sentence.)

Bureau of Prison records reveal Bradley has begun to serve his time at the federal corrections institution in Washtenaw County's Milan.

A town of less than 6,000, Milan is located 30 minutes from Ann Arbor.


  1. Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow....
    Albert Einstein

  2. You know he wasn't the mastermind of the asbestos scandal it was Ingersoll. Nothing got done without his approval. He was a control freak, so we know he was the chief operator. I wonder how many people were actually affected by the asbestos. Have there been any health issues, seems like that should be looked into. I guess the government didn't care about that.

    1. You are correct: Ingersoll was named in a court document filed in the asbestos case as an "unindicted co-conspirator". While that case uncovered Ingersoll's tax fraud and conspiracy, the feds alleged Ingersoll directed Bradley's activities.

      As for health issues, I expect there are victims of exposure to asbestos.

      We have yet to see any of them publicly reveal their asbestos-related health issues.

  3. I am one of the men that was on that job the government allowed $3,650 before testing.
    The test come to $4,572 and I was told by the federal government that's all the money they got so I am stuck with a $900 bill.
    My tested review pulmonary fibrosis and I was set up with a lung specialist but I do not have insurance.
    I was just approved for health insurance through the state from July 1st which will not cover the rest of my bill.
    I had two options for Roy Bradley I decided to take the second one and watch him go to prison

    1. Sorry you were ever involved with these evil men. They will serve a few years, and they damaged you for a lifetime. I hope you win $$$$$$ in a civil suit against both of them.

    2. To late for any of that but that's ok. I let them take more from me my self-respect or whatever educated words you would want to use but I am proud that I did take a stand may be a minute late but nevertheless I'm proud I did something.
      Thank you Miss Fortune for everything!!!!!