Jay, Burke and EB-5

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Brownski Brownski
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It’s always disappointing and sad when somebody turns out to be less then we thought they were, whether we know them personally or just by reputation. The unfortunate truth is probably that the guy is just a criminal. Criminals don’t expect to be caught so there’s no “a million isn’t worth my good name and freedom” calculation for them.  He’ll get his day in court if he wants it but I would bet the next story is gonna be about guilty pleas.
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Harvey Harvey
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I mean that's a legitimate point for sure.

 Still I find it hard to believe that you could borrow 200 million dollars build 50 million dollars worth of stuff and then expect that nobody would notice
"You just need to go at that shit wide open, hang on, and own it." —Camp
Benny Profane Benny Profane
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Why is this taking so long?
funny like a clown
D.B. Cooper D.B. Cooper
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Harvey wrote
Still I find it hard to believe that you could borrow 200 million dollars build 50 million dollars worth of stuff and then expect that nobody would notice
I think it's more the size of your stones, robbing in plain daylight.  I've always wondered how hard it would be to walk into somewhere like L.L. Bean and carry out a canoe.  Have a receipt-looking paper in your mouth like you just bought the thing.  Would anyone notice?
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Harvey Harvey
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Haha. I think to pull it off you have to look earnest!  Maybe knit your brow, contemplating that big portage ahead.
"You just need to go at that shit wide open, hang on, and own it." —Camp
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