'Financial predator' who conned $3.8M...

'Financial predator' who conned $3.8M from victims sentenced to prison

There are 4 comments on the LA Daily News story from Jun 28, 2010, titled 'Financial predator' who conned $3.8M from victims sentenced to prison. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

A "financial predator" from Santa Clarita who conned nearly $3.8 million from people she promised low-interest, multimillion-dollar loans from the "Federal Reserve Bank" was sentenced today to eight years in prison.

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United States

#1 Jun 28, 2010
Ninety-nine percent of the financial fraudsters since the 1980s have been whites. The US is the number one consumer of illicit drugs in the world. More than 90 percent of the arms the drug cartels use to murder and kidnap come from the US. The US is the number one arms dealer in the world. Politicians like Obama, The Terminator, Bush, NY Gov. Patterson, Bloomberg, etc, openly admit they have used illicit drugs and no one blinks an eye because this society is so corrupt. Every political scandals involves illegal drugs at one point or another. Drug users send $40 billion to the drug cartels every year. The majority of money made by the drug traffickers is laundered by US institutions. Ninety five percent of serial killers are white. It must be something in their genes that brings out all this criminality and corruption. Not content with creating the greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression in the US, they continue to engage in such fraudulent activities. Sad.
UR not so smart

Bangkok, Thailand

#2 Jun 29, 2010

Since: Jun 10

Madurai, India

#3 Jun 29, 2010
Business one of the economic activity.

Since: Jun 10

Madurai, India

#4 Jun 29, 2010

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