Donna Kim waits behind the metal detector at the federal courthouse in Fort Lauderdale at 9 a.m. on Thursday, October 16. A stout woman with long, shiny, black hair who stands about five feet, five inches, she wears a blue, loose-fitting shirt and black slacks. She has on no jewelry, just as federal authorities had instructed her. James Davis, her soft-spoken, unemployed boyfriend, stands to her right. He's here for, as Kim puts it, "moral support." Davis has the disheveled brown hair and contemplative look of a street-corner poet. They met at a coffeehouse one year ago. Since then, he's been a positive part of Kim's new life, a life unlike her past one, a life that doesn't involve a recently indicted Norwegian businessman... More >>>