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Sherman Mazur ( you can call him teflon con)
fatratfatpig
Posted: Sunday, February 17, 2013
Joined: 1/11/2013
Posts: 26


As many more arrests are inevitable during the course of the next couple of weeks. Everyone will rat out one and all. Though charged. Mr Mazur will walk away and on to the next!!!
Mel Content
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013
Joined: 3/11/2013
Posts: 3


I think he night catch the rap this time. He made the mistake of getting his kids involved in his business. The US authorities may have enough to force him to make a  "Sophie's choice". Then again, maybe he'd throw his kid under the bus and take his daughter in law, the Victoria's secret model for his own?
 

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