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July 19, 2013
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Lying part of thief’s tool kit

It’s rare that someone convicted of embezzlement gets prison time. The justice system wants embezzlers to pay back the money, and that’s very hard to do behind bars. So it’s interesting that bank teller Jeanne Dey ended up with three years in prison. Since her arrest back in 2011, Dey has protested her innocence to family and friends. In April, the same day The RC published news that she’d entered a guilty plea in court, we also published a guest opinion from a Douglas High classmate. Her friend claimed Dey had no other choice but to accept a plea bargain …

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