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Wednesday, April 18, 2012


One thing is easy: If anyone in local government stole $30M and did not get caught, they had lots and lots of help. Lots. There are a number of other people who should be in this web, and not just underlings.

"Lots of help" means lots of other people, also on the take. A group delusion seems more understandable (is that the right word? It's not, really) to me.

To many individual transactions are involved for this.

So is the federal prosecutor working her over to get her to turn on the others? I believe that's how it's done.

I don't think the feds should be talking to her until after they examine all of the local banks and other financial institutions. That $10K limit for tripping the banking authority's alarm system should have certainly kicked in. $30M, even over 2,200 days+/- is about $14K/day.

I'm guessing that there was a conspiracy; if my hunch is right, RICO kicks in and then it's "bend over and spread your cheeks" time for everybody involved.

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