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Four facing embezzlement allegations in Michigan case

If you drive north of Ann Arbor for about five hours, you will come to the UP's Sault Ste. Marie. The historic, waterfront town is a popular destination for summer travelers. In fact, its popularity among tourists is part of what made an embezzlement scheme successful, law enforcement officials say.

Michigan cop seen attacking defenseless woman in video

If you drive west on Interstate 94 from Ann Arbor and then south on I-69, you will come to Coldwater, Michigan, after about 90 minutes. The police department there in the town of about 11,000 is evidence that not everything officers say or do is true or honest or accurate. We certainly do not mean to disparage all cops for what happened in Coldwater, but if you watch the video what an officer did to a woman under arrest there, you will be appalled.

The aftermath of demonetization in India

One year ago, India made a bold and controversial move. In an attempt to thwart “black money”—which encompasses undeclared wealth, counterfeit banknotes and networks that finance terror activities—the government banned all 500 and 1,000 Rupee notes from use. The hope was that criminals—wanting to avoid exposure—would be afraid to exchange their cash in for smaller denominations and would instead be stuck with heaps of worthless paper.

Trial begins for 'Pharma Bro' Shkreli's lawyer for aiding fraud

Martin Shkreli, aka "Pharma Bro," may be best known for his unapologetic price gouging for the HIV drug Daraprim. The legal system had no claim on him for that, but he was recently found guilty of securities fraud. He was convicted of running a Ponzi-like scheme in which he looted millions of dollars from one of his biopharmaceutical companies in order to distract investors he was defrauding through two hedge funds.

Defining and discussing embezzlement

The phrase "white collar crimes" is an umbrella term that applies to a wide variety of crimes. Securities fraud, insurance fraud, bankruptcy fraud, RICO charges, and trade secret violations are all examples of white collar crimes. Today, we want to focus on one particular type of white collar crime, and it is a common one: embezzlement.

The use of cryptocurrency to hide assets

While divorce creates personal and financial uncertainty, one certainty is that some soon-to-be ex-spouses will refuse to play by the rules. Highly contentious divorces with significant assets sometimes lead to one spouse failing to disclose money and property and hiding what would otherwise be subject to asset distribution.

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