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Thursday, December 2, 2010

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Fun With Ink Cartridges

A Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center employee who made $37,000 a year at his job was arraigned today for banking around $3.8 million by ordering toner ink cartridges to be sent to his employer in bulk, diverting the deliveries, then selling the cartridges. The man was delighted to find that this afforded him "a luxury lifestyle," reports the Wall Street Journal, "complete with an apartment at a Trump high-rise, a BMW vehicle and a checking account padded with tens of thousands of dollars." His scheme went on FOR SIX YEARS.

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atipofthehat

For six years, his corruption was eating away at this noble institution like a…
No.
Like a…
Hmm. It'll come to me!

hellogoodbye

What do you think gave him away? Do you think it was an employee dinner party he hosted at his Trump Tower penthouse?

atipofthehat

The only mailroom employee with a cashmere ascot?

HalleK

I find this story to be insane and riveting on a Catch Me If You Can level.

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