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    considered a classic in fraud auditing. The exposé was published in 1965 by Wall Street Journal reporter Norman Miller and earned him a Pulitzer Prize, the highest achievement in American journalism. The story of perpetrator Anthony De Angelis, known by his associates as “Tino”, is unique because of the extreme disassociation from reality by all parties involved, which consequently created the extraordinary opportunity necessary for a fraudster to evade being caught. The great magnitude of the swindle

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    A man named Anthony de Angelis essentially focuses on one industry which was soybean oil. The biggest client he defrauds is American Express. He becomes a huge client of theirs, and what he does that is similar to what the people in Wells Fargo did, is he created a fraudulent

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