||White Collar Crime
||Getting Off Easy: White Collar Crime Intro (1:34) -- Bookkeeper David Reiner (2:51) -- Revealing Bank Statements (1:36) -- Hiding in Africa (1:52) -- Stealing for a Good Cause? (3:19) -- Reiner is Not a Foundation Official (2:47) -- Exploitation? (1:16) -- Discovering the Con Artist (2:12) -- David Reiner Cornered (1:50) -- First Time Offender (0:50) -- Earl Jones (1:43) -- 360 Boxes of Data (1:41) -- Conning Family and Friends (1:56) -- Trail Starts in 1986 (1:35) -- Offering Comfort and Security without Investment (1:55) -- Financial Adviser (1:28) -- Earl Jones' Spending Habits (1:16) -- Jones Preferred Luxury (3:17) -- Extensive Fraud (1:54) -- Ponzi Scheme Collapse (2:17) -- Fraud Sentencing (0:39) -- Credits: Getting Off Easy: White Collar Crime (0:20)
||Even after stealing millions from innocent victims or bilking charities, first-time non-violent offenders are eligible for parole after serving as little as one-sixth of their sentence in Canada. Free to go with what some see as a slap on the wrist, some crooks and cons are released and at risk to re-offend without being required to pay restitution to their victims. CBC reporter Hana Gartner takes a look at the cons and crimes of two fraudsters and reveals what's become of them since they were locked up.
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|Interest grade level
||10 & up.
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|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2011.|
||Fortune hunters (Television program)
|Publisher number||58505 Films Media Group|