Bales and his associates were ordered to pay Liebschner $1,274,000 in compensatory and punitive damages but have yet to do so, according to Liebschner.
"We didn't know where he was," Liebschner told ABC News. "We heard the Bahamas, and all kinds of places."
Any questions? About the only thing fair is he works for the victim for 7 years as his property. It won't give get back the stolen money, but it would make his life a little easier. Then execute him for the murders.