Joseph Kuhn's head was a madhouse, and all he wanted was a becalming glimpse of the ocean. The bad economy had killed his business first, then finished off his savings; now, he was facing foreclosure. The only thing that could douse his nerves was a daily trip to the beach. So on Thursday, June 13, ... More >>
Joseph Serian was used to the duck-face pout of the young twenty-something girls on Match.com. They were half his age. When he messaged them -- and he rarely did -- they never replied. After all, he was a 65-year-old optometrist who moved to West Palm Beach in the mid-80s after six of his bargain ... More >>
And so, this is how the Loki Boy saga -- which has captivated Floridians, New Yorkers and Londoners for weeks -- will end. With a whimper. An empty mansion, some personal possessions strewn about, and Bank Of America has won AGAIN. Three cheers for America! Yesterday at 1:30 p.m., police spokesp ... More >>
Stern, behind those handsome glasses, says he's owed big from his former clients.Imagine the audacity of running a law firm like a mortgage document factory, with employees who routinely pushed through foreclosure documents without checking to be sure the homeowners even knew it it was coming. Th ... More >>
Marc WilliamsMarc Williams has a tragic habit of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. On April 26, 1992, a 17-year-old Williams joined a couple of teenaged friends in a very sloppy criminal plot to rob a taxi driver. (They claimed a television news segment was their inspiration.) But follo ... More >>
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