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Here's the Kicker-- Wilson's An Agnostic

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A delightfully whimsical faux hedge fund manager was arrested by the FBI yesterday on allegations that his hedge fund is actually a pyramid scheme. According to an affidavit, Stefan Andre Wilson’s enterprise, known at one time or another as the Christians in Crisis Investment Fund, Opus Capital Holdings, and—our personal favorite—Shake the Nations, raised $9 million on the promise of 24% annual returns. Wilson lost $5.1 million, used $1.1 million for personal expenses (inflatable Virgin Mary dolls). Among the items seized by the FBI thus far are a 2007 Porsche Cayman and a Sea Ray "pleasure boat."
‘Christians In Crisis’ Hedge Fund Manager Arrested For Fraud [FINalternatives]



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