Cow and sheep schemer convicted of felony grand theft, forgery
A San Martin dairy farmer was convicted of several counts of felony grand theft and felony forgery after acting as the go-between in several bogus sales of cows, sheep and farming equipment over a three-year period, according to the district attorney's office.
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#1 May 13, 2009
This article is complete BS and one sided. Why don't they print the defense side of the loan shark investors. This article doesn't even say what really happened. I really don't appreciate media reports like this one. Where does it come from the twisted DA? or the Twisted Norris who has done all of his contracts illegally in the first place. Karma is after this loan shark investor.
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