Posts Tagged ‘Upland’
New book. New consulting company. Forming a nonprofit. Working in construction industry.
John Pomierski is building a new life after prison.
He accepted a guilty plea for one count of bribery because of his actions while mayor of Upland, California. That’s the city immediately to the west of where I live.
He is working to rebuild his life. Yesterday, he held a book signing for his new book describing his experiences in federal prison. It is a guide for people heading off to ‘federal camp.’
I’ve dropped the prices for the print copies of my books available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes store.
Here is what you can find on-line:
Tragedy of Fraud – Insider Trading Edition
Story of Scott London’s fall from regional audit partner at KPMG to prison inmate because of his insider trading.
- $6.99 in paperback, a $3 price cut
- $2.99 in Kindle e-book format, a $2 price cut
- Also available at iTunes and Barnes and Noble
Both books in my Tragedy of Fraud series are now available in print format from Amazon.
The newest book:
Tragedy of Fraud – Insider Trading Edition describes – Scott London’s long fall from Big 4 audit partner to prison inmate.
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First book in the series:
Tragedy of Fraud – The Ripple Effects from Fraud and the Wages Earned – Consequences of fraud spread far. There is a long list of well-earned wages from fraud that will be paid in full.
Available in your preferred format:
In a few days, printed copies of the two books in my Tragedy of Fraud series will be available in print at Amazon.
(Update: Available now.)
Time for my semi-annual followup on the location of the defendants in the bribery case in Upland, the city just west of where I live.
The ex-mayor has been released from federal prison.
Upland bribery case – where are they now? Three have served their time. Ex-mayor has six months to go.
Time for my semi-annual update on the location of defendants in the Upland bribery case. Since my last update in July, a third schemer has been released. The former mayor still is in federal prison in Taft, California. That is a privately operated facility in Kern County.
Why am I still interested? Following the details of a specific incident helps demonstrate the tragedy of fraud. It’s also an education on the legal system.
Since my last update in December, one of the defendants in the Upland bribery case has reported for his confinement. Two have completed their term and been released. The former mayor is still in jail.
Why am I still interested? To me, following the details of a specific incident helps illustrate the tragedy of fraud. This also provides me an education on the legal system. That is useful since I’m a CPA.