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    Payday loan scammer Scott Tucker

    I especially enjoyed an episode of Netflix "Dirty Money" featuring payday con artist and racer Scott Tucker.
    When asked if he was a "moral person" he answered "I'm a business person". Fascinating and ghastly separation between how one conducts business and their application of ethics and morality.


    http://www.kansascity.com/news/local...194154579.html

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    My former colleague David did a ton of reporting on that guy in 2011.

    https://www.publicintegrity.org/2011...racers-fortune
    '66 912 with a 2.2
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    Had no idea the guy was such a serial scumbag.

    Definitely a better crook than driver.

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    speaking of crooks and drivers , I wonder if John Paul Sr still in the big house

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelaiellosr View Post
    speaking of crooks and drivers , I wonder if John Paul Sr still in the big house
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    John Paul Sr. (racing driver)
    Nationality: American
    Born: 3 December 1939 Netherlands (age 78) if still alive - disappeared in 2001

    Championships 1980 World Challenge for Endurance Drivers Champion
    1979 Trans-Am Cat.2 Champion
    John Lee Paul (born Hans-Johan Paul, December 3, 1939 in the Netherlands) was an American racecar driver, convicted felon and fugitive. After his racing career, which saw him win both U.S. classic endurance races, 24 hours at Daytona and 12 hours of Sebring, he served a 15-year prison sentence for a variety of crimes including drug trafficking and shooting a Federal witness. In 2001 he disappeared on his boat while being sought for questioning by officials regarding the disappearance of his ex-girlfriend. As of 2018 Paul's status is unknown. He is sometimes known in the motorsport scene as John Paul Sr. or John Paul.

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