Category: White Collar Crimes

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According to The Augusta Chronicle, an Augusta man accused of two counts of bribery has pleaded not guilty to the charges made against him. The man is being accused of offering Mayor Pro Tem Alvin Mason of Augusta and Commissioner Corey Johnson special privileges in exchange for their support of a commission to build a trade […]

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In a article reported that during an audit, it was discovered that $275,000 was stolen from the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Atlanta Branch. According to the article, the Atlanta NAACP Branch President stated that the organization’s former executive director and her assistant are suspected of stealing the money from the […]

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Modern crooks are the leaders of our financial institutions who have sent the economy into a downward tailspin, thrashing the American way of life with their New York white collar crimes. These glutinous people include types such as incompetent CEO’s and malicious scammers. Now these government bailed out business are upset that they can only pay […]

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In a report on January 30, 2009 reported that Fu Xian Bao, 48 and Xiao Ping Luo, 41, both of Brooklyn, were arrested on charges of trademark counterfeiting, counterfeiting and other charges, and are facing up to 15 years in prison for their white collar crime. Charles J. Hynes held a press conference at the warehouse […]

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A report on January 29, 2009 stated that E. Thomas Boyle, Federal Judge, ruled that Ponzi scheme con-man Nicholas Cosmo, 37 can be freed on bail but will have to come up with more money first. Ordering Cosmo back to jail, Boyle stated that he did not believe that Cosmo, aka as “little Bernie Madoff,” was a […]

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In an example of the serious nature of Georgia White Collar Crime, a McDonough man was sentenced to 10 years in prison for bank fraud on Monday, February 11th, according to an Atlanta Business Chronicle report. U.S. District Judge Timothy Baiten also ordered the businessman to pay $5.69 million in restitution. Jason Slaughter, 43 was president of S&W; […]