Security guards escort Earl Jones out of the Palais du Justice in Montreal on July 28, 2009. Jones was charged with four counts of fraud and four counts of theft before being released on $30,000 bail. Photo Credit: Dave Sidaway, The Gazette
From Global Quebec:
Canadians who were allegedly swindled by financial consultants are warning elected officials not to turn a proposed crackdown on white-collar criminals into a political football.
"In any political heated debate and the rising temperature and political climate in Canada, anything is up for grabs," said Joey Davis, who represents former clients of Montreal-based financial consultant Earl Jones.
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My Comment: The greed and sense of denial that this person lives through .... he deserves (and will go) to hell.