Thursday, March 17, 2011

DOJ Says "Arrests Follow Largest Corporate Fraud Investigation" for Indiana

A DOJ Press Release says: "Three former executives of Fair Financial Company, an Ohio financial services business, were arrested today and charged in an indictment filed in the Southern District of Indiana for their roles in a scheme to defraud approximately 5,000 investors of more than $200 million."  The press release also states that "'These arrests follow the largest corporate fraud investigation in the history of the FBI in Indiana which resulted in over 5,000 victims and an estimated loss of $200 million dollars,'said Special Agent in Charge Welch."

Indy.com here.  Check out the picture - Was a perp walk really necessary in a case like this?

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Department of Justice has a really big responsibilities and on the same hand, they had a lot of investigators who really do their job perfectly.

Posted by: Investigation Services | Apr 25, 2011 7:40:39 PM

Law school may be a mere three years, but I knew I wanted to live in an urban center for the duration. From there I chose about six cities that fit my criteria of large population, strong cultural arts, and diversity of industry. Figure out what you want in a city and go from there.

Posted by: plumbing | Apr 29, 2011 3:32:16 AM

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