Wisconsin woman accused in theft of t...

Wisconsin woman accused in theft of thousands from fellow Hmong

There are 28 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jul 29, 2009, titled Wisconsin woman accused in theft of thousands from fellow Hmong. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Prosecutors say an Onalaska woman invented bogus aid programs to bilk fellow Hmong families out of tens of thousands of dollars over the past two years.

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William Lor

Stevens Point, WI

#24 Jul 30, 2009
Please put her in jail. We don't need this kind of people on earth. I hope she get 25 years in prison for this.

Minneapolis, MN

#26 Aug 1, 2009
You people believe the story?

Minneapolis, MN

#27 Aug 2, 2009
Incredible wrote:
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I'm sure the majority of the cash that traded hands was welfare or other assistance money...
Did you not read, she scammed them by opening up credit cards with the people's on it. How could she use welfare money or other assistance money when they are all charged from credit cards?

Minneapolis, MN

#28 Aug 2, 2009
oxboro wrote:
im glad they are stealing from each other and not our tax money
Re-check yourself, there's no stealing from one another here, she's scamming others. Next time you plan to make a comment about such things, read the article a couple times more first.

Minneapolis, MN

#29 Aug 2, 2009
txiong wrote:
how did they have $41K and 20K to spend when they are poor?...i work everyday and i dont have a dollar to spend..
It's call saving, something you should learn how to do.

Saint Paul, MN

#30 Aug 2, 2009
Psst wrote:
It's funny how journalists come up with headlines for minorities. They sure love to attract racism so people can go at it in here. If these journalists would do the same for all the articles we read on here, you couldn't imagine all the chaos if majority of the articiles are labeled in white.
20% of the POP. 80% of the crime.

Denver, CO

#31 Aug 3, 2009
OH well........justice will be serve. It's quite sad that the people who trusted and believed in her will most likely not get their money back....but this is also a lesson learned.

Minneapolis, MN

#32 Aug 7, 2009
These kind of scams happens all the time. It's just that some people or companies disguised themselves much better. I've join and spent lots of money on so-call pyramid businesses that will help me make money. But I never made a cent. Business people that starts bogus companies like Moua should be fine and prosecuted.

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