It turned out that the group had allegedly divided their work into an illicit small business, according to the U.S. attorney, with some stealing mail, some doctoring checks, some creating false identities, some heading to the store to cash it and others selling methamphetamines. They had bought two fancy cars in excess of $100,000 and were on target to net about $3.5 million in total, according to the indictment
Don’t you just love cooperation and working together for a common goal. I mean, really. Of course, it was all peaches and cream until the knock on the door came and a victim was identified.
The article reads well. It gave me lots of room to think about how and where the idea came from. Not that any of it was new, just the organizational concept employed. And look at the time they were in business.
From the reaches,