Tag Archives: deception

Operation Mincemeat: Ian Fleming’s Greatest Untold Story

The Man Who Never Was (1956) I remember this film. At the time, I thought it was fiction, but now has been proven true. And wouldn’t you know it: Ian Fleming may have written the plot. In 1943, Royal Navy … Continue reading

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Disinformation: Duping America and the World

An Unsworn Affidavit aka “The Italian Job” Besides, as the vilest Writer has his Readers, so the greatest Liar has his Believers; and it often happens, that if a Lie be believ’d only for an Hour, it has done its … Continue reading

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Astrology: What a Fraud Chart Looks Like

This is the precise moment when a fraudster repeated his (or her) actions in order to benefit from CERB using My Account with the Canada Revenue Agency. On its own, there is nothing very dramatic about the crime. But when … Continue reading

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  Could be I deserve ev’rything I get! How else can I account for my good luck? Otherwise, I might now be really stuck In situations that were much too wet. Conjunctions between Sun and Jupiter Enact a reign of … Continue reading

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