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Richard Scrushy Televangelist
Richard Scrushy founded HealthSouth Corporation in 2004 which became the nation's largest provider of physical therapy, sports medicine and other outpatient services.
Scrushy was ousted from his job in 2003 after a criminal investigation discovered accounting fraud of $2.7 billion. More than a dozen former executives acknowledged participating in the fraud before Alice Martin, the U.S. Attorney in Birmingham, filed charges against Scrushy.
After leaving HealthSouth Scrushy purchased 12 months of air time on a local TV station and began his daily television minstry show.
Critics of Scrushy's show saw the show as a cynical attempt to generate goodwill among potential jurors in the Birmingham area, which is about 70% African-American.
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