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The Anita Faisandier story, from riches to rags The Anita Faisandier story, from riches to rags
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Dubbed 'The NZ Robbers' by online gold-game and high yield investors, this group is believed to have netted tens-of-thousands of US dollars since first appearing early last year.

 
The many faces of Jo-Anne Cole The many faces of Jo-Anne Cole
Jo-Anne Mary Cole landed at Auckland airport in 1998, armed with her false British passport. If she had used her real identity she would have been instantly arrested

 
 Judge Robert Hesketh Judge Robert Hesketh
In January 1997 Judge Robert Hesketh appeared before a district court, and pleaded guilty to eight charges of fraud.

 
 Judge Martin Beattie Judge Martin Beattie
Judge Martin Beattie, 52, walked free following a three weeks trial in the Auckland High Court, where he had defended 45 fraudulent expense claim charges.

 
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