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UNBRIDLED GREED, Money is the Motive - Fraud…

UNBRIDLED GREED, Money is the Motive - Fraud is the Means

by Barry Johnson

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"When a major fraud investigation is thwarted by politics and bribes, Department of Justice investigator Bryan Hampton tires of fighting corruption and cronyism in Chicago. He transfers to Las Vegas to work with a former college classmate, Paul Dixon, newly appointed as U. S. Attorney for the Nevada District. Dixon has vowed to aggressively fight health care fraud and abuse, which victimizes countless patients and robs Americans of over five billion dollars annually. Hampton and Dixon team up with two private sector organizations and using sophisticated new software, massive data resources, and traditional investigative efforts, they uncover a highly organized fraud scheme swindling insurers of millions of dollars every month. What they don t realize until it s too late, is the degree of violence the criminals are willing to inflict, in order to feed their greed. The story powerfully exposes the corruption, greed and violence surrounding the crooks who perpetuate the fraud. "

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:30 -0400)

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