Choking back tears, Lewis Freeman faced his wife and children in federal court and apologized for committing a $2.6 million theft that would send him to prison.

“Parents try to teach their kids how to live their lives,” he said Friday. “Abigail and Jeremy, I know you’re smart enough to see the example I’ve set and not to follow it. The example I’ve set for you shows that money means nothing and honor is everything. I know you both will do great. I love you.”

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