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(Portland, OR)  --  If federal prosecutors have their way, the former CEO of an Oregon bank will get an eight-year sentence.  "The Oregonian" reports that 71-year-old Dan Heine was convicted of bank fraud and making false entries at the Bank of Oswego.  The feds want a harsh sentence for Heine when he appears in court in June, but his lawyers are calling for home confinement or probation.  Heine says he's broke since the bank collapsed and his Florida condo is in foreclosure.

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