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Mr Clark is ineligible for the government's planned $3.8 billion national redress scheme to compensate institutional child sex abuse victims because he is a convicted criminal, reports News.com.au. The father of four, who lives with his partner Sandra in Loxton, South Australia, spent the earlier part of his adult life in and out ...

Mr Clark is ineligible for the government's planned $3.8 billion national redress scheme to compensate institutional child sex abuse victims because he is a convicted criminal. The father of four, who lives with his partner Sandra in Loxton, South Australia, spent the earlier part of his adult life in and out of jail ...
In January, the grand jury indictment was from 17 different victims of his alleged schemes to defraud. Since his arrest, 10 more have come forward. Twenty-seven total victims claim schemes to defraud totaling $482,000. The Alaska State Troopers Criminal Suppression Unit is asking other victims to contact ...
A Vibrant Body Company bra promotion has been linked to rumors of a human trafficking scheme. ... Aside from the fact that it would be much more efficient and easier for criminals seeking to perpetrate any kind of crime on women to simply stake out public places that women frequent (e.g., shopping malls, ...
A man who led a criminal racketeering scheme to sell stolen identities in exchange for methamphetamine and heroin has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. Sean Jones, 36, will serve his 14 years after he finishes a 10-year prison sentence that was he was given last year in Arapahoe County for running ...
Career criminal ripped off Kent State, Land Bank, attorneys in 'sophisticated' counterfeit check scheme, prosecutors say ... in computer sciences and ran one of the most complex check fraud schemes that Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor James Gutierrez says he has seen in his 32 years in the office.
Municipalities and governments, which are usually loath to act until problems occur, are often easy targets with aging systems and employees who have little training around best practices for spotting cybercrime. And the loss can be more than just money. Security experts say organised criminals also can ...
Lawyers, mental health workers and churches have told a Senate inquiry into the redress scheme legislation they strongly oppose the plan to exclude survivors with criminal histories. Many fear it would create classes of “deserving” and “undeserving” survivors. In its submission, the Law Council of Australia ...
Criminals are finding all sorts of ways to steal from towns and companies, including impersonating CEOs and mayors, as was the case in Yarrow Point. One of the more colorful scams cited by Hamilton happened in a Kansas town where thieves hacked into a town's database and put themselves on the ...


 

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