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Case in Point
Dog shooting leads to discovery of tax-dollar misuse
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Former missionary pleads guilty to wire fraudFormer Southern Baptist missionary Brady Nurse pleaded guilty Oct. 21 in a federal court to fraudulently obtaining approximately $300,000 in mission funds over a period of five years while working as a logistics and business coordinator for the International Mission Board in Portugal.
Three arrested in Boynton Beach food-stamp fraud operationThree men were arrested this week for their suspected involvement in a food-stamp fraud and illegal-gambling operation in Boynton Beach.
In Illinois, vote fraud called ‘calibration error'As early voting begins in the Land of Lincoln, President Obama casts his ballot and a Republican state senator voting for himself finds that his ballot was counted for his opponent.
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Kenneth Citarella, CFE, Managing Director, Guidepost Solutions, LLC, discusses fraudulent activity within the construction industry.