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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez victimized in alleged financial fraud scheme – FOX31 Denver



FOX31 Denver
Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez victimized in alleged financial fraud scheme
FOX31 Denver
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez fell victim to a fraud scheme that cost him and some Major League Baseball players millions of dollars. A financial adviser got the players to invest in his company, the Ticket Reserve Corp. It was
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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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Two dozen people charged in financial fraud network – Red Bank Hub



Red Bank Hub
Two dozen people charged in financial fraud network
Red Bank Hub
Twenty-four people have been charged with participating in a large-scale international bank fraud ring that operated a million-dollar scheme to steal from banks and corporations. The individuals were charged on June 14 during an investigation by the …

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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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David Dayen on the Failure Of Corporate Criminal Law Enforcement – Corporate Crime Reporter


David Dayen on the Failure Of Corporate Criminal Law Enforcement
Corporate Crime Reporter
“Often, top officials bob and weave on that question,” Dayen told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “They will say — nobody went to jail, but there weren't any good cases. Or they will say — what was done was unethical but not illegal.

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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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Financial fraud suspects arrested after I-75 stops – WALB-TV


Financial fraud suspects arrested after I-75 stops
WALB-TV
Three Chicago women and a Virginia man face credit card fraud charges and remain in jail in two separate cases in Turner County. The women were found with stolen credit cards. The man had tens of thousands of dollars of merchandise, stolen credit card …

Financial advisor sentenced to nine years in prison for fraud schemes – The Boston Globe



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Financial advisor sentenced to nine years in prison for fraud schemes
The Boston Globe
The list of Daniel Thibeault's financial fraud victims includes investors and retirees, his colleagues, associates, old college roommates, his nanny, and even his mother. And one by one, more than a dozen of his victims told a federal judge on Thursday
Financial adviser gets 9 years in $15M fraud schemeBoston Herald

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