Friday, July 07, 2006


This man stole my grandmother's life savings.

She and my aunt were in court yesterday to read their victim impact statement. He will go to jail, but my grandmother and all the other people he scammed will never see their money again.

You can read about it here, and here.

It makes me sad.

How do you sleep at night when you've scammed 85-year-old women and Holocaust survivors out of everything they have left?

It's damn near incomprehensible.


by Nome at 2:05 PM
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