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Ninth Circuit Eases Burden on Government to Win a Bank Fraud Conviction

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals just made it easier for the government to win a conviction in a bank fraud case. It recently ruled that the government need prove only that the defendant intended to deceive the bank, and… 1,230 more words


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Been a long week and a long several months but tonight I sit and I wonder what this emotion (if felt at all) feels like when for the first time one admits to intentionally lying and lying to hurt someone else. 76 more words

New Haven man sentenced for role in check fraud ring

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — 31-year-old Brandon Key Bentley of New Haven will spend one year and one day in prison for his role in a check fraud ring. 143 more words


Epidemic of thieving bankers

Why have so many well paid, highly educated men (and it is almost entirely men) working in financial services caught the disease of fraud and theft? 482 more words


Bankers and fantasy land

Guess where we’ve been. No, it’s not an English castle.

That’s me beside the giant chess pieces.

This picture is a give away…

Yes, we’ve been on the Harry Potter… 251 more words

Bank Fraud

"The Financial Coach" Headed to Prison

ST. LOUIS (AP)- A 43-year-old St. Louis area investment adviser faces nine years in prison and has to pay more than $3 million in restitution. 104 more words