Re: Complex Case . . . offlists please Steve
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, oracleintl@a... wrote:
> Hi Steve Rambam,you must
> If you have worked complex fraud cases since they first appeared,
> be very old indeed. I am always interested in a few good pointers -where
> would I need to go to see some of your case work on the net?Bill,
That was a brilliant 66 page declaration. I have learned much
about form, and how to organize your facts, and get your point across
from it. I think this would be a very interesting thread. I thank you
for allowing us to have a glimpse at how this type of an investigation
is really done, Bill.
For as much experience as Steve Rambam has at this, being the
first person in history to ever investigate the Prime Bank Note, I
would certainly like to see some of his declarations to the courts,
and/or just one of his financial fraud cases that he has worked, so
that I "may learn from the masters"..
Steve Rambam, do you have any financial fraud cases, or just some
declarations to the courts that you might want to share with us, so we
can at least gain a cursory knowledge of how this type of an
investigation is done? I would think with your history in working
finacial fraud cases, that you should have a few "tucked away"
somewhere that you could "dust off" and share with us, so that we may
learn from your valuable experience....
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