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(Chron)   I'll bet he didn't commit fraud on Sundays   (chron.com) divider line
    More: Asinine, Fraud, Wire fraud, Money, Larry James Black Jr., former Chick-fil, wire fraud, United Kingdom, Credit card  
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1353 clicks; posted to Business » on 23 Sep 2021 at 9:16 PM (3 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-09-23 9:56:38 PM  
$492,000 in one year.  Did they mess up a decimal point?
 
2021-09-23 10:17:03 PM  
Too greedy.

I'll lay odds the scheme was found by accident by some bean counter in Atlanta chasing some other discrepancy.

/ The quoted amount was for what was confirmed
// The real amount is larger
/// Scum rises to the top
 
2021-09-23 10:38:58 PM  
Try not to commit fraud on your way through the parking lot!

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2021-09-23 10:45:29 PM  
Found his picture
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2021-09-23 10:51:49 PM  
Now, if they could prove some of the money went for trans Hookers...
 
2021-09-24 12:54:43 AM  
This is the second embezzling criminal today.  One a Republican Lawyer in Colorado and a Chik fil a in Alabama.  Politics and Religion (masquerading as a fast food establishment) are they easy targets because they're just a bunch of saps?
 
2021-09-24 2:10:13 AM  

pjbreeze: This is the second embezzling criminal today.  One a Republican Lawyer in Colorado and a Chik fil a in Alabama.  Politics and Religion (masquerading as a fast food establishment) are they easy targets because they're just a bunch of saps?


Hmmmmmmm.

Wait a sec.

I'm starting to detect a pattern.
 
2021-09-24 4:41:04 AM  

Valter: pjbreeze: This is the second embezzling criminal today.  One a Republican Lawyer in Colorado and a Chik fil a in Alabama.  Politics and Religion (masquerading as a fast food establishment) are they easy targets because they're just a bunch of saps?

Hmmmmmmm.

Wait a sec.

I'm starting to detect a pattern.


Right?
 
2021-09-24 8:45:52 AM  
Possible 50 years in jail. So essentially a life sentence. For stealing $500k from a company worth $14,000,000,000.  That's something like .0035% of their net worth.

Can I expect the same harsh punishment when someone steals $10 from me? Or do our laws only protect the rich.
 
2021-09-24 12:15:50 PM  
Wow. That's almost 1000 sandwiches worth.
 
2021-09-24 12:35:34 PM  
Sundays are the day we reserve for the Church to commit fraud, subby.
 
2021-09-24 1:44:55 PM  
Weird that the prosecutors framed this as "defrauding customers". Did they take payments from customers and not give them the sandwiches? If the customers got the food, I think that's just stealing from the company.
 
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