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Famous cases and Forensic Accountant

One of the earliest known cases of forensic accounting are the scribes of Egypt. They took accounts of all of the Pharaoh’s assets. These assets would have been things like: gold, wheat, and slaves. 516 more words

Forensic Accounting

Losing the house!

It is CNN that brought something to my attention. This is all about a decent landlord (yes, we all have them). An option was devised through Airbnb and as such a landlord is making a little bit of cash, as any landlord should be able to do. 924 more words


Human Rights Watch Blasts the FBI’s ‘Terror Informant’ Industry

Source: 21st Century Wire, July 22, 2014

After over a decade of the War on Terror, the facade is beginning to crumble for US federal agencies who have been pretending they’ve saved us from countless ‘terror plots’ at home (read the full report by Human Rights Watch below)… 779 more words

War On Terror

DC Cops Learn From FBI: Regularly Invent Crimes To Arrest ‘Possible Future’ Criminals

“So of course local law enforcement is getting in on the action as well. Take the police in Washington D.C., for instance, who are featured in a Washington Post story detailing how they… 71 more words

Police State

Phil Matier: San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Was Targeted By FBI In Corruption Case

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — Despite efforts by prosecutors and the judge overseeing the case, the name of another person targeted, but not charged, by the FBI in the same sting operation that resulted in the arrest of state Sen. 427 more words