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I don’t profess to have familiarity with every religion on Earth. But as I understand it, with the exception of perhaps a few outliers, not stealing from people is a general rule accepted in most religions. This makes Charles Scoville’s latest religious themed rants on Facebook all the more bizarre. Put simply: How you going [Continue reading...]

Source: Scoville addresses SEC, mixes religion with Ponzi scamming

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