May 22, 2015

Former Hedge Fund Manager Arrested After Squatting In Million Dollar Home | Zero Hedge

The economic "recovery" has been harsh, especially for the former hedge fund manager of Paron Capital Management, James Crombie and his family of 4 including. So, as a result Crombie decided to continue living the good life: he did so by squatting in someone else's Maryland house listed in May 2014 for over $1 million. Crombie's fall from grace had been quick and violent as described by ABC:...

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