When last we checked in with Javier Martin-Artajo, his attorney was telling the press that he was on vacation and had no plans or reason to believe it was necessary to cut said vacation short. Now this is happening: Read more »
When (alleged!) Canadian penny-stock fraud maestro Sandy Winick had to choose a place to hide from the U.S. authorities, he could have gone to Russia or Ecuador or Venezuela, where he might have lived out his life thumbing his nose at Washington and spending whatever of the $140 million he (allegedly!) stole that his generous hosts allowed him to keep. Instead, he went to Thailand.