11. Now That Is Criminal

In previous chapters, we have discussed the importance of clarifying murky information; what you do when the problems are not glaring, but rather nuanced. But what happens when you find something in a person’s background that is a blatant problem? We don’t just mean a little white lie or an exaggeration—we’re now talking about criminal behavior.

The Situation: The Criminal Connection

Sam Surprise headed to the university student center after his anthropology class. Like he does every Wednesday, Sam bought a turkey sandwich and a Mountain Dew and headed to check his mailbox. As he sifted through the letter from his grandmother and the leaflets and advertisements about events at the school lecture hall, he found his bank ...

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