Thursday, December 14, 2017

A FRAUDian Slip

Are you familiar with Sigmund Freud's idea of the ''Freudian Slip?'? Here's one lay person's explanation? the Freudian Slip, also known as parapraxis, is a mere error in speech usually triggered when someone is subconsciously thinking about something that is revealed through what they...

Electric-powered Fraud

Listen to this Story</strong? Electricity unquestionably catalyzed an economic revolution and improved the quality of life of billions of people. For today's fraudsters, electricity was the crucial component in their get-rich-quick conspiracy. The Long Beach Post reports that a married...

Fraud Chain

Much like the food chain describes relationships between organisms and different levels of prey, fraud also needs victims in order for crime to perpetuate. The California Statewide Law Enforcement Association reports that a farm labor contractor participated in a workers' compensation fraud scheme...

Beauty vs. Brains

The argument for which is better - beauty or brains - is a subjective one. However, an article published by Fox News details the story of a young California woman who may have failed to understand the illegal correlation between collecting workers' compensation benefits...

Identity Disorder

Identity theft is such as personal violation, but it becomes even more personal when someone steals from your house and your mailbox to get your information. A report by Lake Elsinore-Wilodmar Patch details how a 32-year-old California woman was caught stealing the identities of...

When the Part D is Over

Listen to this Story Owning a home has long been part of the American Dream. But one 24-year-old's ability to buy a couple of homes and numerous expensive cars cannot be attributed to hard work or even luck, but...

Timing is Everything

When merging onto a busy highway, it's important to accelerate and time your entry when there is a break in traffic. If you want to collect a retirement check, you have to wait until the appropriate age before claiming your hard-earned monthly benefit....

Going on the Lam…How’d that Work Out?

If you're on the run for a crime, it is best not to taunt law enforcement officials. The website 10News.com reports that a San Diego woman, who was convicted for insurance and disability fraud, fled to Mexico to avoid sentencing. (Did she really...

Sincerely Apologetic

You don't often see a criminal admit guilt and be truly sorry for the crime committed. But, it appears that when standing before a judge, true remorse and regret goes a long way toward reducing a prison sentence. The San Jose Mercury...

Daycare with a Twist

We've heard of drug rings and prostitution rings, but child care rings? Yes...they exist too. According to The Mercury News, a California man was found guilty of six counts of perjury and five counts of grand theft in connection with a case involving home-based...
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