Money manager tells Fla. paper he's writing a book

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) - An Indiana money manager accused of
trying to fake his death in a plane crash tells a Florida newspaper
that he hopes to write a book about his experiences.

In a letter to the Pensacola News Journal, Marcus Schrenker
wrote that he's tentatively titled his book "15 Years Up, 1 Night
Down."

Schrenker was arrested in a Florida campground in January, two
days after officials say he put his plane on autopilot and bailed
out over Alabama to flee personal and financial problems.

The plane hit the ground about 200 miles away in Florida, where he faces federal charges in the crash near a residential area.

In his letter to the newspaper, Schrenker wrote that "not a day goes by that I didn't wish I'd have gone down in that airplane with honor."


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