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Resource ID: #4253
Subject: Business
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)


Wall Street Journal tells how a pair of New York businessmen kited millions worth of checks and invested the ghost funds for profit; when they were caught, they said they considered the money a loan and paid the money back, thereby getting around the wording in the larceny law regarding "intent to steal," Aug. 11, 1986.

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