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Fort Worth financial adviser pleads guilty to wire fraud – Fort Worth Star Telegram


Fort Worth financial adviser pleads guilty to wire fraud
Fort Worth Star Telegram
FORT WORTH — A former investment adviser who targeted the inactive accounts of her company's clients, almost half of whom were dead, pleaded guilty Monday to a wire fraud charge. Redonda Russell, 66, of Fort Worth caused the liquidation of more than …
Former First Command Advisor Pleads Guilty To Stealing From Dead ClientsFinancial Advisor Magazine

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The ALS and AWU Challenge – America Wake Up!


The ALS has done very well raising awareness for their cause – now how about addressing the other issues that Americans have not been talking about. Take the challenge!! Note: Sorry that…
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SEC Files Financial Fraud Action – JD Supra (press release)


SEC Files Financial Fraud Action
JD Supra (press release)
Financial fraud is an enforcement priority of the SEC. A financial fraud task force was formed in July 2013. Its purpose is to focus on this traditional staple of enforcement. A data analysis group was formed at the same time to give the task force a

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NJUS attorney to be on hand for financial fraud announcement in Washington – The Star-Ledger


NJUS attorney to be on hand for financial fraud announcement in Washington
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NEWARK — New Jersey's U.S. attorney is headed for Washington for what's billed as a major financial fraud announcement. Paul Fishman will join Attorney General Eric Holder, who will reveal details at the Justice Department this morning. Law

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CRU Ditto Forensic FieldStation – Logging Overview


Learn about the logging feature of CRU's Ditto Forensic FieldStation and the three reasons why log files are stored on an SD card. The CRU Ditto Forensic FieldStation features an easy-to-use…
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Critics Rip Holder’s Bank of America Deal – Corporate Crime Reporter



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Critics Rip Holder's Bank of America Deal
Corporate Crime Reporter
Holder said that the settlement does not release individuals from civil charges, nor does it absolve Bank of America, its current or former subsidiaries and affiliates or any individuals from potential criminal prosecution. Not a non prosecution
BofA Could See $4 Billion in Tax Savings From $16.65 Billion SettlementWall Street Journal
Bank of America braced for $17bn settlement over mortgages caseFinancial Times

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Bank of America pays $16.5 bn to settle financial fraud case – Fox News Latino



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Bank of America pays $16.5 bn to settle financial fraud case
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The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday announced a settlement with Bank of America Corp. that calls for the country's No. 2 bank to pay $16.5 billion for misleading investors into buying risky mortgage-backed securities. The penalty is equivalent to
Bank of America agrees to record $17bn settlement over mortgage fraudRT
NJ's US attorney in Washington for BofA financial fraud announcementDaily Journal
New York gets $800M as Bank of America admits mortgage fraudThe Post-Standard – syracuse.com
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How to Pronounce Carol Reed


Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end 🙂 World English Dictionary reed (riːd) 1.any of various widely distributed tall grasses of the genus Phragmites, esp P. communis, that grow…
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Judge Sullivan Calls on Professor Garrett to Look Into Corporate Deferred … – Corporate Crime Reporter


Judge Sullivan Calls on Professor Garrett to Look Into Corporate Deferred
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About/Subscribe · Interviews 1987 to 2014 · The Corporate Crime Reporter Conference: Neither Admit Nor Deny: Corporate Crime in the Age of Deferred Prosecutions, Consent Decrees, Whistleblowers and Monitors, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., …

Repeat ID thief back in prison for financial fraud – Seacoastonline.com


Repeat ID thief back in prison for financial fraud
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CONCORD — A Seacoast woman, once described by a federal judge as a “sociopath,” “serial criminal” and a “fraudster,” was just weeks out of prison for bankruptcy fraud and identity theft when she used three different names and two social security