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To catch a thief

Back to the women today, after a few weeks’ break, and it was a joy to see them again. Some were buoyant, and some disheartened, and one very sad at having not been able to go to her father’s funeral recently. 358 more words

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Valuable Lessons in Bank Fraud

Well, if you wondered if I had dropped off of the face of the earth, I can assure you that I have not. But I have felt “other worldly” at times since my last new post. 559 more words

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How Obama Failed US

On every level, the Obama administration couldn’t break with neoliberalism. We’re living with its failures today.

by Branko Marcetic edited by O Society July 9, 2019… 1,665 more words

Economics & Business

Charge against Sir Montagu Allan - 1922

Aberdeen Press and Journal, 25 March 1922

Canadian Bank Fraud

Charge against Sir Montagu Allan

Ottawa, Ontario, Friday

At the instance of the Dominion Minister of Finance, proceedings were taken today at Montreal against Sir Montagu Allan, President and Mr. 108 more words

Canada

Fraud Friday: "Inception" Bank Fraud, Cryptocurrency Vanishes, College Admissions Fraud

Greetings from the hazy heat of Summer here in the American Middle West. While it came late after a very wet Spring, it’s finally arrived in all its ridiculously humid glory. 533 more words

भारत-ऑस्ट्रेलिया का मैच देखने आए विजय माल्या को देखकर लोगोंने लगाए चोर-चोर के नारे, देखे विडियो

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अहमदावाद : लंदन के ओवल में खेले गए भारत और ऑस्ट्रेलिया विश्व कप मैचमें भारतीय प्रशंसकों के बीच भगोड़ा शराब कारोबारी विजय माल्या भी मैच देखने पहुंच गया। माल्या जैसे ही कैमरे की नजरों में आया वैसे ही लोगों में कौतुहल का विषय बन गया। पहले तो लोग उसे देखते रह गए। लेकिन फिर गुस्साए लोगों द्वारा चोर-चोर के नारे लगाए गए। घटना का विडियो भी सोशियल मिडिया में वायरल हो रहा है। विडियो पर भी लोग ‘माल्या चोर है’ जैसे कॉमेंट करने लगे है। 83 more words

Man Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy To Commit Bank Fraud, Used Other People's Identities To Open Bank Accounts In Wilmington

CONCORD, NH — Chinedu Ihejiere, 42, of Brockton, Massachusetts, pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday to conspiracy to commit bank fraud, United States Attorney Scott W. 452 more words

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