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A primer on Willfull and Malicious: the final review of the James vs. West case

The James vs. West case, part ten: Willful and Malicious

As a bankruptcy attorney in Mount Vernon, IL for over 20 years, I read through and analyze court rulings throughout the country. 2,023 more words

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Focus Turns To Senator With Doctor Guilty Of Medicare Fraud

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WEST PALM BEACH (CBSMiami/AP) — A prominent Florida eye doctor accused of political corruption was convicted of Medicare fraud Friday, making it more likely the feds could pressure him into testifying against New Jersey Democratic Sen. 486 more words

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Investment Fraud: Jesse Holovacko Convicted In Six Counts of Wire Fraud And One Count of Investment Advisor Fraud

Former Investment Advisor Who Stole Client’s Retirement Savings Guilty On All Counts Of Wire Fraud And Investment Advisor Fraud

TRENTON, N.J. – A former financial advisor entrusted with advising clients on investments was convicted by a federal jury today for defrauding his client, a former factory worker, out of his retirement savings and using the funds for his own benefit, Acting U.S. 491 more words

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try this wee hypothetical scenario—

  • Education is Free! (At government expense)(which means at your expense, you pay taxes)
  • Education is compulsory! (Your kid goes to school, or else!)
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Identity Theft: Kelvin Lyles Sentenced For Wire Fraud And Fraud “Synthetic Identities”

Identity Thief sentenced for using a new form of fraud “Synthetic Identities”

ATLANTA – Creating “synthetic identities” from phony Social Security numbers is one of the fastest growing forms of identity theft in the United States, and the U.S. 839 more words

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Coal miners' health care bailout package riddled with waste, fraud, audit finds

Between 2011 and 2015, the Obama administration paid nearly $1 billion into health care funds of the United Mine Workers of America, including tens of millions of dollars to unverified and sometimes dubious beneficiaries and undocumented union administrative expenses, according to a U.S. 9 more words

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Coal miners' health care bailout package riddled with waste, fraud, audit finds

Between 2011 and 2015, the Obama administration paid nearly $1 billion into health care funds of the United Mine Workers of America, including tens of millions of dollars to unverified and sometimes dubious beneficiaries and undocumented union administrative expenses, according to a U.S. 9 more words

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