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"The pair charged with four murders last month in South Carolina and Missouri now face new charges alleging they tried to kill a York County man who witnessed an arson, officials said. Deputies have new arrest warrants against Adrienne Roshea Simpson, 33, and Tyler Donnet Terry, 26, charging them with attempted murder for allegedly shooting at a man on May 17 who saw a mobile home on fire in York County, according to police records and Trent Faris, spokesman for the York County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies also have warrants against Simpson charging her with arson in connection with a fire that was set at a mobile home, according to Faris and sheriff’s office documents. Simpson and Terry each are charged with four murders and several other shootings in South Carolina and Missouri from May 2-18..." https://archive.li/NWEIH
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"A former commodities trader was sentenced today in the Northern District of Illinois to 12 months and a day in prison for a scheme to commit wire fraud affecting a financial institution. James Vorley, 41, of the United Kingdom, was convicted by a federal jury on Sept. 25, 2020. Based on the evidence presented at trial, Vorley, who was employed as a precious metals trader at Deutsche Bank in London, engaged in a scheme to defraud other traders on the Commodity Exchange Inc., which was a public exchange. The defendant, together with Cedric Chanu and other Deutsche Bank traders, defrauded other market participants through a deceptive trading practice known as 'spoofing.' Specifically, Vorley placed fraudulent orders that he did not intend to execute in order to create the false appearance of supply and demand and to induce other traders to transact at prices, quantities, and times that they otherwise would not have traded. Chanu is scheduled to be sentenced on June 28." https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-deutsche-bank-commodities-trader-sentenced-prison-fraud-scheme
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"The pair charged with four murders last month in South Carolina and Missouri now face new charges alleging they tried to kill a York County man who witnessed an arson, officials said. Deputies have new arrest warrants against Adrienne Roshea Simpson, 33, and Tyler Donnet Terry, 26, charging them with attempted murder for allegedly shooting at a man on May 17 who saw a mobile home on fire in York County, according to police records and Trent Faris, spokesman for the York County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies also have warrants against Simpson charging her with arson in connection with a fire that was set at a mobile home, according to Faris and sheriff’s office documents. Simpson and Terry each are charged with four murders and several other shootings in South Carolina and Missouri from May 2-18..." https://archive.li/NWEIH
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"A former commodities trader was sentenced today in the Northern District of Illinois to 12 months and a day in prison for a scheme to commit wire fraud affecting a financial institution. James Vorley, 41, of the United Kingdom, was convicted by a federal jury on Sept. 25, 2020. Based on the evidence presented at trial, Vorley, who was employed as a precious metals trader at Deutsche Bank in London, engaged in a scheme to defraud other traders on the Commodity Exchange Inc., which was a public exchange. The defendant, together with Cedric Chanu and other Deutsche Bank traders, defrauded other market participants through a deceptive trading practice known as 'spoofing.' Specifically, Vorley placed fraudulent orders that he did not intend to execute in order to create the false appearance of supply and demand and to induce other traders to transact at prices, quantities, and times that they otherwise would not have traded. Chanu is scheduled to be sentenced on June 28." https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-deutsche-bank-commodities-trader-sentenced-prison-fraud-scheme
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