R. Allen Stanford gave himself up to prove he hasn't given up.
Stanford and lawyer Dick DeGuerin marched the few downtown blocks from DeGuerin's office to the federal courthouse today to "surrender" Stanford to federal authorities even though there was no warrant for his arrest and he hasn't been charged with any crimes.
"We want to surrender him into custody," DeGuerin told the woman behind the glass at the U.S. Marshal's office on the10th floor. Stanford stood nearby, his company insignia eagle pin on his lapel.
Because there was no warrant for Stanford, the marshal's office did not take him into custody and didn't even write down his address as DeGuerin offered.
Stanford 'surrenders' to feds who didn't want him [Houston Chronicle]
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