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It has been suggested to start a list of fundies and their scandals. Here's the Fundy Walk of Shame: List Updated 14 August 2017 March 23: I don't know if there's enough brain bleach in the world to handle compiling this list. My emotions keep swinging back and forth between rage and crying. This is horrid. March 20: This list is obviously incomplete. I know there are a couple of cases listed by the victim's name rather than the perpetrator but I can't take any more nastiness tonight. I'll come back to it in a day or two. Please post if there are people I'm missing or if you see anything that needs to be corrected, I don't know all of these people/cases.
An interesting read: OP ED: White people should be more afraid of other whites than they are of people of color http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-males-white-americans-violence-sanctuary-cities-20170803-story.html TL;DR getting rid of brown people might not make Trump voters any safer.
So back in March, I came across this article from the KC Star detailing a woman's theft of $300k from the company she worked/ managed payroll for. http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article66199102.html Most of the money, per the article, went to trips and gambling (I'm going to guess trips to gamble myself). Being both a Finance and Accounting dork and a writer naturally I saved the article (thank you Pinterest's ability to let me electronically horde) Then today this dandy bit hit. Same woman. Previous employer. $1.2 million from them doing the same thing. Oh, and a bit of identity theft. http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article79582592.html She apparently started this 'habit' years early when she forged checks at a retirement community (which is what John Knox Village is). She pled guilty of that crime. This, of course, makes me wonder about the accuracy of vetting employees in some companies. Yes, I've saved the second article as well.