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Psyched up for light comedy, but is it too soft?

There are 4 comments on the The Oregonian story from Apr 5, 2008, titled Psyched up for light comedy, but is it too soft?. In it, The Oregonian reports that:

“We do the same stuff, but with a bit of a smile, and it's enjoyable. In these troubled times, if you will, it's a breath of relief. "I just hope we don't get chastised for not being something deeper, bigger, quote, unquote, more important.”

"I'm psyched to be back on NBC," Corbin Bernsen says. "Yes, I am." In the late '80s and early '90s, Bernsen was one of the stars of NBC's landmark legal serial "L.A. Law." Now, almost 15 years after "L.A. Law" ... via The Oregonian

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Dule Hill father fraud

Stillwater, OK

#1 Apr 18, 2008
The television actor former West Wing star, who most recently has an acting role in Psych both his uncle and father were recently arrested and had a lot of their personal items seized by local Jamaican police. He is married to Jamaican actress Jodi Lyn who had a role in Deliver us from Eva.
Muna Heaven- Hill, United States-based attorney also participated in last season's Donald Trump reality television series, The Apprentice. Bertram Hill Jnr is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Hill and brother to popular actor Dule Hill.

The Cash Plus CEO Carlos Hill and his brother, Bertram Hill Dule's father, were arrested on April 10, 2008 after the police carried out a raid at Hill's upscale St Andrew residence.Green told reporters, during a press briefing at the police commissioner's office on Old Hope Road, St Andrew, that following inquiries into Hill's assets.
Police investigators have revealed they will be seeking to confirm the existence of more than US$4.6 billion (J$326.6 billion) stashed across the globe, for which documentation was seized from the home of Cash Plus Limited boss Carlos Hill.
Assistant Commissioner of Police Les Green told journalists that investigations may have to be conducted in Europe, the Caribbean and the Far East to assess Hill's financial affairs.
A number of materials and documents found at Hill's premises last Thursday showed more than US$4.6 billion lodged in various countries, in the name of Galina Trust Limited, which is registered in the Turks and Caicos. These funds, said Green, will have to be confirmed.
"I urge restraint regarding what appears to be vast sums of money as it will take time to confirm their existence," Green said.
"Additional documentation has been assessed and these indicate that other significant sums and bank accounts may exist and are believed to be held in the British Virgin Islands, UK (United Kingdom), Spain, Kuwait and China," he added.
Documents found at Hill's Norbrook, St Andrew, home also indicate that a loan of US$1 billion had been secured, last January, on at least US$2.5 billion held in five accounts in Germany.
Green said the case was developing into a complex and lengthy investigation that may take some time to conclude.
The police also found some 186 companies either directly linked to Cash Plus or which may be affiliated with Hill himself.
2002: Cash Plus Ltd, led by Carlos Hill, started operations in Jamaica.
May 2007: Purchased the Hilton Kingston hotel.
July 2007: Acquired Drax Hall Estates, St Ann.
September 2007: Became sponsors of the National Premier League football. The Financial Services Commission (FSC) issued cease-and-desist orders on Cash Plus, its CEO, Carlos Hill, and Kahlil Harris.
February 2008: Cash Plus announced plans to resume payments of monthly returns by March 31, but indicated that this was contingent on FSC approval.
March 2008: Cash Plus says it is unable to resume payments on March 31 and gave an April 14 date for resumption; court appointed receiver/manager.
April 9: Court-appointed receiver/manager announces that Cash Plus is broke.
April 10: Carlos Hill arrested.
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Bridgeport, CT

#2 Jun 5, 2008
Why is it necessary for you to name Mr. Hill's sons and wives at the beginning of your blog. How is that relevant to the story? You are a jerk.
steven daley

Fredonia, NY

#3 Jun 30, 2009
that is what they do, rip off poor people, cause they are a bit more intelligent. 6.6Billion dollars while jamaicans starve.
Crime pays: only for a short time.
Steven Jimenez

Miami, FL

#4 Oct 10, 2009
Cmon, I dont think he stole anything, everyone took their risk and invested and many got out lucky (Early Investors), and he did not close down due to failure, but being unregullated, running banks out of business. Even if I had money at the time to invest I would not have done so because if its too good to be true, it usually is.

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