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From @CrimeADay21 USC §§331, 333, 343(g) & 21 CFR §155.130(a)(2)(ii) make it a federal crime to sell cream style corn if it isn't creamy.

How To Hide $400 Million (NY Times)few weeks after she realized her husband was finally leaving her, Sarah Pursglove flew down to the Bahamas to figure out how much money he really had. Like many women married to very wealthy men, she didn’t know much about the family accounts. Her husband, a Finnish entrepreneur named Robert Oesterlund, had sworn to a Canadian court that his immediately calculable “net family property” totaled just a few million dollars. Pursglove was skeptical. She could come up with several family purchases worth more than that off the top of her head. There was the 165-foot yacht, Déjà Vu — that cost a few million dollars a year just to keep on the water. There was the $30 million penthouse at the Toronto Four Seasons, which was still being renovated. It wasn’t their only home. The Déjà Vu wasn’t even their only yacht.

Princess Cruise Line Hit With Criminal Penalty For Polluting Oceans (NPR)Princess Cruise Lines will pay a $40 million fine for "deliberate pollution of the seas and intentional acts to cover it up," according to the Department of Justice, which calls it "the largest-ever criminal penalty involving deliberate vessel pollution."  The California-based cruise operator also agreed to plead guilty to seven felony charges over illegal practices on five ships dating back, in at least one case, to 2005.  The Justice Department said in a statement that Princess illegally dumped contaminated waste and oil from its Caribbean Princess ship for eight years — a practice that was exposed by a whistleblowing engineer in 2013.

NJ Woman Pleads Guilty To Medicare Fraud Over DNA Testing (App.com)A Point Pleasant woman has pleaded guilty to charges she participated in a $1 million Medicare fraud that spooked senior citizens into taking unnecessary medical tests and paid health care professionals thousands of dollars in kickbacks to authorize the exams, authorities said Thursday.  Sheila Kahl, 44, who purportedly had ambitions to expand the bilking scheme to at least 11 other states, is scheduled to be sentenced March 14 for conspiring to commit health care fraud, wrongfully accessing individual health records and paying illegal kickbacks to medical professionals, said New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman.

Man Pleads Guilty To Student Visa Scheme (Central NJ)A 45-year-old Edison man has pleaded guilty to recruiting foreign nationals to enroll at a "pay to stay" New Jersey college as part of a scheme to fraudulently maintain his clients student visa status and obtain work without attending classes.  U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman said Tejesh Kodali pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy to commit visa fraud before U.S. District Court Judge Madeline Cox Arleo in Newark.

School System To Start In Federal Bureau Of Prisons (USA Today)Attorney General Loretta Lynchsaid Wednesday that a school system would be formed within the vast federal prison network as part of a series of efforts to drive down recidivism and create a clearer path for thousands of inmates to re-enter their home communities.  In addition to the creation of a “semi-autonomous’’ education system to offer literacy programs and assistance for prisoners with learning disabilities, Lynch said the federal government would cover the cost of obtaining state-issued identification for all inmates prior to their release.

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