One day, two court dates in the Petters case

  • Article by: DAN BROWNING , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 21, 2008 - 11:16 PM
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jmpieri323Oct. 21, 08 9:19 PM

Tom Petters is no better than an armed bank robber. The crimes he perpetrated over a span of years cannot be ignored and explained away. He should be kept behind bars until his trial.

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alibi123Oct. 21, 08 9:34 PM

Everything Reynolds tells --- he's a SNAKE. Don't cut him a deal until very thing has been checked and double checked. Obviously, you know this since you have to put him in protective custody.

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edchaserOct. 22, 08 6:39 AM

cuz they are punks

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charleybrownOct. 22, 08 7:29 AM

don't you agree MAH625 must be involved somehow perhaps, having such a reaction to you. You've been right on, also look at the ratings on HIS comment. FUNNY i know someone who uses LOL alot. anyway i agree on some of them stashing, overseas probably too and i've heard Catain a real devil. again i know nothing on specifics, but putting pieces together on involvement of TP's professionals and suspect involvement there, and strange things happening, including such lies told by his family member, a gossipy wife. funny she ran around the group of friends incriminating someone else for embezzlement. Isn't that ODD.

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charleybrownOct. 22, 08 7:31 AM

if you dont' like it, get the heck off this site then. why do you have something against alibi so badly. others are saying things, but you seemed to have zero'd in on her. strange. it's obviously she was getting warm.....and too it's NOT ok these crooks took so many people and some are getting such protection. go elsewhere if you insult others here.

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msmoppetOct. 22, 08 7:43 AM

It is my opinion, that Tom Petters son was murdered to send a message to Petters and his friends. Petters world began to collapse around his ears when old world mafia found out he was bilking their 'people' out of money. You can bet your high top leather boots all of these people involved have an escape mechanism in place. These greedy people definitely have money stashed where they can get their hands on it when they are able to escape justice. Eventually, they will be judged by a higher power than we mere mortals. It makes one wonder whether the events will transpire for Petters and friends, as they did for Kenneth Lay whose 'death' was staged so very near to his date with prison, then his body supposedly cremated....rumor has it that he had a nice face reconfiguration and is now living in the country where his money was sent and cannot be extradited.

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captnobviousOct. 22, 08 7:50 AM

just one of those douche's that love coming to sites and telling the people that use them to get a life. Funny how there are no more comments from this very well informed source isnt it?

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gingermomOct. 22, 08 8:04 AM

Sent out of a Western Suburban bank over the course of 13 years. Will the Fed's tell us this part of the story. That money is gone and can not be recovered. Out and he'll be off to Andorra and wire the money as needed. No extradition treaty with US. He'll be gone. gone, gone. Please someone tell me Keyes won't buy into this 'release w/ restrictions bid for freedom.'

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captnobviousOct. 22, 08 8:19 AM

Is that a fact or a guess about the 250mil in the swiss bank account? Do you really know something? Personally if I had to guess I'd say he stashed more. If it were me I wouldnt take that much risk if I was only going to end uo with a quarter bill.

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gingermomOct. 22, 08 9:08 AM

I agree with you I think there is much more but in different places. Fact ... well a source close to the bank, very close. It sounds as if the fed's are aware of it. - went through the banks electronic transfer data base. I think he'll (Petters) use it as a bargaining chip to barter with. As in I'll give you this back. Then he'll get out in five years skip town to somewhere like Anderra and be free to spend the really big money he has stashed elsewhere. No one he bilked will be able to get restitution because he'll claim they took it all.

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