Biggest corporate fraud in the world.

Johnny Utah

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Incredibly profound yet fantastically flawed
why are there so many bullet points? that's just an article in itself.
Because lots of folks can't write to save their posterior.
That's not it. The bullet points are just the summary of the investigation itself - sort of like a "walking deck" for what's included in the very, very extensive breakdown that follows. The fact that there are so many speaks to how thorough the investigation was, how many instances of fraud they've identified or a combination of both. That layout is SOP for this type of investigative journalism. I can't speak to how well written it is because I didn't read it, but the format isn't a weakness - it's a requirement if the idea is that some law enforcement agency or civil litigators might pursue a case and use this investigation as evidence.


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