Friday, June 28, 2013

Rob Peter To Pay Paul Method of Embezzelments

by Gary Snyder

I am never surprised by the ingenuity of thieves.

Here is the latest wrinkle.

A former bookkeeper, in San Diego, who embezzled more than $545,000 from the Leucadia Pizzeria chain pleaded guilty to felony charges.


Why did she steal? She took the money to pay back a previous employer after she got caught and who had sued her for embezzlement

And then there is 
the former Colorado State University student who pleaded guilty to stealing money from a nonprofit he worked for to fund a lavish lifestyle is back in trouble a year after being sentenced. His has a long history of stealing money from groups he worked for. He agreed to repay the money. He did that, prosecutors said, by stealing money from the the very place he was paying back.


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