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Harolyn Landau
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780


Posted: 1/8/2010 1:46:19 AM

By: American Eagle

What do you and the other bloggers want to know?
Harolyn is not living with relatives at the moment. She is living with a friend.
Harolyn is still pursuing her "I need to borrow money for a short time" con.
Do you know if any law enforcement agencies are investigating her? If so, I may be able to give law enforcement the direction law enforcement may need to pursue her.
I do not want to corrupt any law enforcement investigation.
At the moment I will only give info to law enforcement!
I will inform all of you, bloggers, the information you want after law enforcement does what it needs to do.
Knowing Harolyn for a very long time, I doubt that anyone will recover any money.
If she is incarcerated, you may get some justice from that.
For some form of justice -- let me know.


 

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