Eugene Boffa was president of the Edgewater Bank of New Jersey when it collapsed in 1958. The failed bank was the creation of "boy wonder" entrepreneur Earl Belle. Belle fled to Rio de Janeiro before facing U.S. federal charges. The indictment against Pittsburgh resident Belle and his codirector, Mitchell Ostwind grew out of a federal investigation. In June '58 Boffa controlled the Edgewater Bank.
Ruggerio "Richie the Boot" Boiardo was a capo in the Genovese crime family. His extended career in crime lasted from the 1920s-1970s. As late as 1969 he was in court indicted on gambling charges. "Tony Boy" Boiardo, Richie's son's crimes were more varied. He was linked to political scandals, power company fraud and mail theft at airports. The Boiardos were a fixture in the New Jersey Mafia.
Car Dealer Loan Fraud is the stunning investigative book fraud within the car dealer world, including the staffed event super sale teams that use the 'key mailers' we've all seen in our mailbox. Our investigators spent 2 years embedded within the car sales environment, and what we found regarding bank, mail & employee compensation fraud was staggering.
This book will alter the car industry.
Peter Sharp’s client has amnesia, can’t tell Peter what his own name is, and has no recollection of the crime he is charged with committing - but Peter obtains video footage that establishes his client’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
Who is this amnesiac client? And how does he mysteriously disappear from custody?
You'll find out after Peter's first car-chase past Mulholland Drive.