The long and winding appeals road for Bernard Ebbers appears to have come to an end, after the Supreme Court rejected an appeal from the former WorldCom Inc. chief executive.

Two years ago, Ebbers was convicted by a federal jury on nine counts of conspiracy, securities fraud and other charges relating to the $11-billion accounting fraud that lead to the telecommunications company’s July 2002 bankruptcy.

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