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Rita Crundwell pleaded guilty to federal charges on Wednesday, November 14, 2012. This plea will allow U.S. Marshals to start selling off millions of dollars of assets still in Crundwell's name.

This lot includes around $450,000 worth of diamonds and other jewels, ranch land and a house in Florida. The planned date for that auction is set for December 6 through December 8, 2012.

Over 400 horses as well as multiple vehicles and property were already auctioned off to regain a portion of the over $53 million she admitted she stole from the city of Dixon, Ill.

In an online auction that ends at 7:00 p.m. On November 14, you can bid on breeding and hematology equipment as well as a 2012 40-foot Featherlite horse trailer. Use the following link to visit the website http://professionalauction.com/