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Thread: Professional Poker Player Charged with Embezzling $22 Million from His Employer

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    Professional Poker Player Charged with Embezzling $22 Million from His Employer

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    I wonder how many idiots have big money.
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    Being behind the times, I am amazed that "a digital marketing company that represents 'influencers' on YouTube and Instagram" has $22million to be embezzled!
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    200 years in prison for stealing 22 million dollars is very harsh. A woman who killed all of her 10 kids got like 40 years in prison. Doesn't make sense that someone who murdered 10 people(Her children!) got less years than someone who stole 22 million.

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    Where is this woman now? In a field scaring away crows?

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    Saw the guy, Dennis Blieden, on TV a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by refinery View Post
    Where is this woman now? In a field scaring away crows?
    Sitting up in Prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LVBear584 View Post
    Being behind the times, I am amazed that "a digital marketing company that represents 'influencers' on YouTube and Instagram" has $22million to be embezzled!
    Ha I totally agree...I guess we are way behind the times LVBear584

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackjackPro View Post
    200 years in prison for stealing 22 million dollars is very harsh. A woman who killed all of her 10 kids got like 40 years in prison. Doesn't make sense that someone who murdered 10 people(Her children!) got less years than someone who stole 22 million.
    Agree...our justice system is messed up big time. People kill someone for no reason, and get like 8 years? I don't understand at all. In my opinion, if you KILL someone then at the very least you should never be released from prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counting_Is_Fun View Post
    Agree...our justice system is messed up big time. People kill someone for no reason, and get like 8 years? I don't understand at all. In my opinion, if you KILL someone then at the very least you should never be released from prison.
    Depends on what caused the killing. If you are in your house minding your own business and someone breaks into your house attempting to rob you with a weapon and you kill them, that's justifiable self defense(My Mom's friend had a son who was killed when attempting to rob a house). Now murdering someone because they cheated on you is not considered justifiable self defense and the murderer is liable to be in prison for years if Convicted.

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