Fake Homeless

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Con Man

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Living a lie

Fake Beggars That Were Revealed

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8 jul. 2020

It takes a lot of courage and stupidity to even attempt to con people into thinking you’re poor, but when has that ever stopped anyone? Besides, everybody knows that karma is a real b-word, and it’ll come back to bite you. And we have the proof! From an amputee with two legs to a pregnant homeless woman with a Mercedes Benz, here are 15 Fake Beggars That Were Revealed!
 
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1 – 10 Fake Homeless People Caught On Camera & EXPOSED

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Gepubliceerd op 3 mrt. 2018

 

These 10 con artists stooped almost as low as you can go. Enjoy this video as they get exposed and justice is served!

2 German food banks under pressure | DW Documentary

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20 mrt. 2018

The food bank in northwestern Essen has temporarily stopped taking on any new non-German customers. Those in need must increasingly rely on donations.
 
The decision sparked outrage across the country: The food bank in northwestern Essen – also the German word for “food” – has temporarily stopped taking on new customers who aren’t German. Many politicians, including Chancellor Merkel, have voiced criticism. The case reveals the enormous strain on food banks to spread dwindling contributions among the rising number of those in need. Our report follows helpers in Cologne who are determined not to be like their colleagues in Essen.

3 Onterecht beschuldigd van verzekeringsfraude

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25 nov. 2019

Stel je eens voor; je motor wordt gestolen. Máár voor de verzekeraar ben jij de crimineel… De claim die je indient wordt afgewezen, omdat je volgens de verzekeraar een valse verklaring zou hebben gegeven. Bewijs dan maar eens dat jij geen fraudeur bent. Bekijk hier de hele uitzending: https://www.bnnvara.nl/kassa/videos/5…
 
Professionele toelichting aan Kassa

4 Onterecht wanbetaler door ‘foute’ postcode

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30 sep. 2013

 
Wie overstapt naar een andere energieleverancier wordt, vaak zonder dat hij het zelf weet, uitgebreid gescreend. Om wanbetalers buiten de deur te houden, laten energiebedrijven nieuwe klanten checken op ‘kredietwaardigheid’. Ze huren daarvoor speciale bureaus in, die consumenten doorlichten op mogelijke betalingsrisisco’s. Hoe goed doen zij hun werk? Waarop baseren ze hun oordeel? Wat als dat niet klopt?
 
Minuut 9’45”: “dit is genoteerd, dit is het feitelijk gegeven”
Kennelijk werkt dit niet altijd goed

5 – 2018: Inside the corruption allegations plaguing Malta

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5 dec. 2019

From the archives: The smallest nation in the European Union is earning an unsavory reputation, with a series of scandals involving allegations of bribery, cronyism and money laundering

6 The murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia: Malta’s shame? – BBC Newsnight

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8 jan. 2018

The assassination in Malta of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in October 2017 put the island in the headlines. John Sweeney, who reported on the story for Newsnight in the immediate aftermath, has been back to Malta to look into the stories Caruana Galizia was covering before her death and to speak to Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.
 
Newsnight is the BBC’s flagship news and current affairs TV programme – with analysis, debate, exclusives, and robust interviews.
 
Website: www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight

7 Will Maltese PM’s resignation stem anger over corruption? | Inside Story

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2 dec. 2019

Joseph Muscat steps down over murder of investigative journalist. After two years of intense pressure, Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is resigning over the murder of an investigative journalist. A car bomb killed Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017, not long after she exposed alleged corruption involving government ministers and the business elite. Yorgen Fenech, one of Malta’s richest men with close links with the government, was charged last week with complicity in the murder. Joseph Muscat’s resignation follow those of his chief of staff and tourism minister, who’ve been implicated in the scandal. Will this be enough to stem public anger on the case? And will those responsible for Caruana Galizia’s death face justice?
 
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra 
 
Guests: Andrew Caruana Galizia, Daphne Caruana Galizia’s son. Rebecca Vincent, UK bureau director of Reporters Without Borders. Herman Grech, Editor in Chief of the Times of Malta newspaper.

8 Special | Zo komen schimmige miljonairs Europa binnen

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26 sep. 2019

Met een flinke zak geld een paspoort kopen als niet-Europeaan, waarmee je ook direct EU-burger wordt. Op Malta gebeurt dat. Met een EU-paspoort gaan er voor deze mensen een heleboel deuren open. Bekijk ons onderzoeksverhaal: van het kopen van paspoorten op Malta tot een Rus met een Maltees paspoort die eilanden koopt voor de kust van Finland. En wat heeft een hoogleraar uit Groningen te maken met die Maltese paspoortconstructie?
 
Dit is een reportage van: Siebe Sietsma en Luuk Mulder

Lees voor meer informatie en reacties van alle betrokkenen ook ons artikel: https://nos.nl/nieuwsuur/artikel/2303489

9 ‘IT’S LIKE A FILM SCRIPT’ The twisted murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia shaking Malta to its core

5 dec. 2019

Malta is in a state of crisis – and it’s been two years in the making. Back in October 2017 one of the country’s most high profile investigative journalists was blown up in a car bombing. The government, the same one she routinely exposed for endemic corruption, pledged to do everything it could to find the killers. Fast forward two years and one of the main suspects claims those killers are lying in the heart of the government. Ministers have resigned, the Prime Minister says he’ll go, but will it be enough?

10 Exposing shocking tactics of Australia’s ruthless big banks | 60 Minutes Australia

15 aug. 2019

It’s no secret that the big banks can be ruthless when they want their money back. But this story reveals a new low in their breathtaking arrogance. For more than 30 years Roy Lavis helped to build Cairns and turn it into the bustling tourist mecca it is today. His construction company also directly and indirectly employed several thousand locals. Roy’s business was so prosperous the Commonwealth Bank threw money at him and encouraged him to expand. In return he always paid them back on time, principal and interest. Everyone was a winner. Until suddenly the bank changed its mind.

11 Meet the whistleblower who exposed alleged EU ‘fraud’|Brexit Tales


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20 feb. 2019

Last year, the European Anti-Fraud Office discovered more than three billion pounds of fraud in the EU. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe)
 
Those sceptical of Brussels often say this is a long-standing problem, but one man who went public with what he uncovered believes blowing the whistle cost him his job.
 
He’s spent the last 15 years trying to get recognition for the allegations of fraud he made against the European Committee of the Regions, as well as compensation for his lost wages.

12 Family furious at neighbour who ‘ruined’ house auction | A Current Affair

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10 dec. 2019

A Melbourne family says their neighbour is deliberately ruining the auction of their home. Subscribe here: https://bit.ly/2mBeStv Get full episodes here: https://bit.ly/2qlfdmd

13 How a malicious catfish built a web of lies to stalk women [RDNews][Title]

9 apr. 2019

A terrifying story of virtual deceit and inexplicable malice, perpetrated by the last person anyone expected.  It’s a conversation Lincoln Lewis will never forget. In the winter of 2011, the former Home and Away star and son of rugby league legend Wally Lewis picked up a call from a number he di https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-04-0…

14 Exposing a catfish | A Current Affair

 

23 mei 2019

A celebrity impostor blackmailed and harassed other young women in a cruel online fraud that went on for years.

15 High School Principal sues parents over defamatory social media comments | 60 Minutes Australia

1 mrt. 2020

Full Episodes here http://9Soci.al/sImy50wNiXL 
 
On 60 MINUTES, a lesson in what not to do if you’re a parent with a beef against the principal of your kid’s school: Don’t become a keyboard warrior and spray hurtful adjectives on social media. Because if you do, be prepared to be sued. Today a Queensland judge found that some parents who posted online about the principal of Tamborine Mountain High School south of Brisbane had slandered her, and were ordered to pay damages. But as Sarah Abo discovers, despite the ruling this case – which is about to enter its fifth year – is so full of bitterness and belligerence not even the class dunce would think it’s over.
 
For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes.

16 Instant Sex Change Prank

5 mei 2011

 
Filmed in Montreal, Quebec Welcome to the world-famous channel, where we pull public pranks on unsuspecting Montreal residents and tourists.

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