Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Permission to Commit Fraud

Sometimes it is difficult to commit a crime alone. Co-conspirators are often needed to pull off fraudulent activity. The Montgomery Advertiser reports on a man who enlisted a variety of co-conspirators to commit identity theft and tax fraud. The article states that over a two-year...

Absolutely Corrupt

Corruption occurs when someone abandons ethical standards in order to commit an illegal or immoral act for personal gain. Fraud always involves corruption. It is a selfish and dishonest act carried out at the expense of others. The Montgomery Advertiser reports...

Sharing is Caring

Growing up, you are taught to share. While sharing isn't always easy, it has been stated that? ''sharing is caring.'? But how do fraudsters feel about it? Clearly they aren't ''sharing'' wealth with the government when they are stealing from taxpayer-funded programs. What about...

Guilty Victims of Fraud

Criminals are always on the prowl for victims. Most are innocent, but once in awhile even fraudsters prey on other criminals while they are serving out a prison sentence. (That's an ironic twist – guilty victims.) An article in the Montgomery Adviser details a...

Misprision Can Lead to Prison

Knowing about a crime and not reporting it is just about as bad as actually committing one. The official term for this act is misprision, or the failure to report a known felony to authorities even though the person reporting the offense is not...

Roll Tide on Fraud

Have you ever heard the thunderous roar of an Alabama crowd screaming? ''Roll tide, roll?'? If you're not a football fan, it's safe to say the University of Alabama has one of the finest football programs in the nation. Beyond the field, fans gather...

All in the Family

It's hard to find someone to trust when planning and committing fraud. Most likely, your mother-in-law would not be your first choice as a partner in crime. But, that's what happened in according to an article by InsideARM.com. The U.S. Attorney for the Middle...

Sisterly Bond

Sisters have a special bond. They are often friends and confidantes and share many things throughout life including parents, clothes, shoes, secrets and an occasional argument. The Montgomery Advertiser details a court case regarding two sisters who shared a love for fraud. Their greed...

Anticipation

It's hard to wait for something that we have long anticipated. Whether it is a child's dream to receive a new bike for his birthday or the long-awaited arrival of a soldier returning from a foreign conflict, we have great expectations attached to...

The Name of the Game

We've all played games, whether it's kickball in the school yard, craps at the casino or the newest alien warfare video game. And, we've all learned the lesson that not every game is fair, even if there are rules that need to be followed....
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