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Area contractor found guilty

May 20, 2013

MENOMINEE — A Bark River contractor, convicted Friday of converting a client’s funds for his own use, will be sentenced in July on the 10-year felony, according to Menominee County Circuit Court......

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dannydods

May-21-13 7:33 PM

this case is still going on?! will it ever end? whats the point of even fining him? he's never going to be able to pay any of that back. im sure he will have to file for bankruptcy if he has not already. frustrates me how tax money is supporting him in a place where he belongs. he should be deported to an island where he has to fend for himself and build his own shelter. see how good his handy work really is. glad this scum is off the streets and no longer scamming anyone for now.

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smarterthanyou

May-21-13 5:30 PM

Mike the same is true for me. But I do like to stir the pot every now and then to keep things interesting. It is funny to see how easy it is to set people off.

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MikeHawkburns420

May-21-13 2:41 AM

The main reason i browse this site is to read the comments lol.

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MudBoy

May-20-13 5:00 PM

It's just the tip of the iceberg as far as contractors are concerned. They're mostly all crooks in one way or another.

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frogleggs

May-20-13 4:26 PM

SMARTER

THAN

NO

BODY

,

DARN

you

caught

on

2

my

secret,

it

was

fun

while

it

lasted

...

getting

yor

simple

head

to

perform

multiple

'carriage returns'

while

reading

'my

nonsense'

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frogleggs

May-20-13 4:24 PM

I

Don’t

Understand

The

need

4

Periods

Apparently

You

Due

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frogleggs

May-20-13 4:20 PM

SMARTER

THAN

NO

BODY

,

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frogleggs

May-20-13 4:19 PM

WHITESPACE

FOR

SIMPLE

MINDS

&

4

u

!

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smarterthanyou

May-20-13 3:25 PM

Maybe it's a Shatner thing

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smarterthanyou

May-20-13 3:23 PM

I don't

Understand why

Some posters

Feel a need

To double space

Every one of

Their

Posts when

Their

Nonsense could

Be summed up

In a few words

With no carriage

Returns (you probably don't know what that means frogg)

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frogleggs

May-20-13 11:29 AM

What everyone should do

is start a ‘benefit’ spaghetti feed for the ‘contractor’

to help him defray expenses,

maybe once he paid his fines,

he could get back to work in

the ‘home’ for free (nearly) sales industry.

Remember, it was our

banker friends,

wall streeters, and a

whole, huge, government sanctioned,

miscellaneous coterie of

schemers,

shysters, and

shylock’s that did the same thing, and

NOT ONE OF THEM,

Was ever ordered to

appear in court,

was ever convicted,

held accountable,

or ordered to pay fines,

or served jail-time,

because,

they were priviledged, government sanctioned, white-collar crimes,

in the largest home-selling,

mortgage sale scams of all time !

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MiddleAgeWhiteGuy

May-20-13 11:19 AM

The wheels of justice have been slow in this case, but at least they are turning, and are now squashing "Ives The Embezzler!!" What a great way to start Monday, by reading how Public Slime Ball #1 is finally going to get his. Since he didn't cop a plea in this case like he did with the other two, hopefully the Menominee County Judge and DA will slap a YEARS long sentence on him. Now, if only he could get consecutive sentences after his other trials later this summer that would lock him away for a decade or so, which would TRULY result in a Merry Christmas in Escanaba, just way early!! Later, you crook!!

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