swindler


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They informed the media persons that Sarfo Siyal is a Supreme Court convicted swindler, pressurizing police officials for illegal activities against innocent peoples.
"All other swindlers upon earth are nothing to the self-swindlers, and with such pretences did I cheat myself." -- Charles Dickens
Swindler also volunteered at the Father Sebastian Englert Anthropological Museum during an archaeological field school on Easter Island.
Back on the loose: Swindler Paul Bint is snapped on the street after being freed from prison
The tale of the disappearance of the real Viscount Lascelles, and the theft of his identity by the swindler John Dow, is reminiscent of the saga of the Tichborne claimant which was played out 30 years later.
Stanley and Tamra Russ bought the house from Jeffrey and Janice Swindler. The deal is backed with a 30-year loan of $350,000 from Metropolitan National Bank of Little Rock.
A benefit swindler was caught after he ripped off more than pounds 3,500.
And in Deadwood's third season on HBO, audiences continue to cheer and root for the murderous, blasphemous schemer, swindler, and pimp Al Swearengen.
A SERIAL swindler was remanded in custody yesterday after being convicted at Southwark Crown Court, London, of using false identities to steal diamonds, designer shoes and a first edition James Bond novel.
The 17th century French play tells the story of a swindler who pretends to be a pious monk to worm his way into a wealthy family's affection and win their daughter's hand in marriage.
However, Gary Swindler says he did not see that form before deciding to don a Santa suit and ride in a makeshift tank turret during Saturday's parade.
The sick swindler has been posing as devastated Peter Meadows, whose daughters Mary, 13, and Laura, six, died in a blaze in their home in October.
The Governor made the announcement as he joined NYRP's Bette Midler, columnist Liz Smith, State and city officials and more than 300 guests at a ribbon-cutting ceremony held directly across the river for the new Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse at Swindler Cove Park.
With its liberal and secretive financial laws Liechtenstein is one of the world's great centres of shuffly money, and indeed, the monstrous former proprietor of this magazine, the vile swindler Robert Maxwell, had one of his last financial redoubts there.