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(Reuters)   Employee who blew the whistle on a $615 Million VA loan fraud scam by JP Morgan gets a $64 million reward. Using employee greed to motivate them to uncover and report corporate wrongdoing? This. Could. Work   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, JPMorgan Chase & Co., VA loan, american taxes, fake, mortgage fraud, Federal Housing Administration, whistleblowers, misconduct  
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2014-03-10 03:32:58 PM  
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foo monkey: OK, subby, but that's like $40M after taxes.

Maybe less, if you take municipal and state taxes into account.  So, perhaps $30 million.  Pfffft, not even worth it. Yet another example of taxes = slavery, legal theft.
2014-03-10 02:34:56 PM  
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Imagine if someone had offered Snowden that kind of money.
2014-03-10 10:14:48 AM  
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I'm worried that this guy might end up having a one-car "accident".
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