Shipping container fraudster jailed for bilking mother-in-law’s business – Edmonton Journal

An Edmonton woman was jailed after admitting to running a shipping container fraud through her family’s business. Victor Sokolowicz / Bloomberg, file Share Adjust Comment Print A woman who created a shadow company to fraudulently sell shipping containers out from under her mother-in-laws business was handed a 15-month jail sentence Monday. Adelheid Ruth Baxter, also…

CRIME HUNTER: Accused vampire killer’s brother was easy mark in Molly’s Game – Toronto Sun

The brother of accused trustafarian vampire killer Blake Leibel was allegedly targeted by the California card sharks celebrated in the new movie Mollys Game. The film starring Oscar winner Jessica Chastain is the true story of Molly Bloom, a former Olympian who organized mega-million dollar poker games featuring celebs, financiers and gangsters. Among those who…

Exclusive First Look at Christine Feehan’s Judgment Road — and Read Chapter 1 – Bleeding Cool News

Christine Feehan is a #1 New York Times bestselling author multiple times, having written over 40 published novels, including five series: Leopard Series, Dark Series, Ghostwalker Series, Drake Sisters Series, and the Sisters of the Heart Series. Now she is starting up her sixth series, Torpedo Ink. Judgment Road, the first in the series, tells the story of…

Macau Casinos Remain Vulnerable to Terrorism and Organized Crime, Security Assessment Findings Assert – Casino.Org News

Macau casinos won $33 billion last year, a 19.1 percent increase on 2016 and the enclaves first annual gain since 2013. With the millions of visitors that venture to Chinas special gaming zone each year, the risk of both terrorism and organized crime is an ever-present and paramount concern. Macau casinos enjoyed a prosperous 2017.…

Made In China: World debt levels hit $233 trillion sparking fears of global crisis – Express.co.uk

The Institute of International Finance has warned of heavy emerging market redemptions noting that over $1.5 trillion of bonds and syndicated loans would be maturing through to the end of 2018.  China, Russia, Korea and Brazil have a heavy dollar-debt repayment schedule this year with the Asian superpowers debt becoming an increasing concern for other…