Utah company faces up to $1 trillion in fines after ‘Do Not Call’ verdict

What is it about Utah that it has such a high percentage of crooks running scams as well as crooks serving in its state legislature? (Utah's the Ponzi scheme capital of the US, for those who don't know.)
SALT LAKE CITY -- A jury has ruled that a Utah company violated the Do Not Call Registry, making nearly 100 million telemarketing calls to people.
The verdict in the Federal Trade Commission's lawsuit against Corporations for Character, Feature Films for Families and Family Films of Utah was handed down late Wednesday, court records show. The jury found the companies made 99,990,565 phone calls to numbers placed on the Do Not Call Registry.
The jury also found the companies broke the law on several other counts, including Making False Statements in Connection with Telemarketing, Ignoring Entity-Specific Do Not Call Requests, Failing to Transmit Information to Caller Identification Services, Failing to Make Required Oral Disclosures and Abandoning Calls.
Previous court filings indicate the companies faced a potential penalty of $11,000 to $16,000 per violation -- making potential damages in the case nearly $1 trillion.
U.S. District Court Judge Robert Shelby has not imposed a judgment. It is anticipated the companies would appeal of such a fine.
http://fox13now.com/2016/05/27/utah-company-faces-up-to-1-trillion-in-fines-after-do-not-call-verdict
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On Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 11:41:20 AM UTC-4, Moe DeLoughan wrote:

i would like card services to get heavily fined, no just have the feds block all incoming calls to the us from them....
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put the NSA to good use.
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