NC political donor heads to prison Tuesday in bribery case
Greg Lindberg is also publishing a book to help people "lead a life of rational determination to achieve your burning desire."Posted — Updated
Greg Lindberg will also release a new book Tuesday, according to his public relations team.
"He will help you overcome fear, build confidence and lead a life of rational determination to achieve your burning desire – in any field, from poetry to plumbing, from business to art," the book website states.
This latest decision came down Monday, when U.S. District Judge Max Cogburn said the impending birth of a new child is not enough of a reason to delay. Lindberg had previously asked for a delayed report date because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the possibility that he could catch the virus in a federal facility. Now, he says his son will be born Dec. 4.
Lindberg's book lays out some of the challenges he's faced in life, according to a summary, including having to learn to walk again after surgery to remove a brain tumor and his recent conviction.
“Before I check in to the camp at Montgomery on Tuesday, I wanted you to have a book that I wrote that may help you with your own adversities," Lindberg said in a press release Monday. "This book is full of the lessons I have harvested from the seeds of my adversity."
Lindberg will begin his sentence at a minimum-security federal prison camp. His appeal is pending at the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
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