Talk: Forensics Today--There’s a Body in the Library” and “White Colla

Mystery Writers--and Mystery Readers--will love this.


Program on forensics

There’s a Body in the Library

  What Happens Next

and

There’s No Body -- (But a Lot of Victims)

Embezzlement Etc--following the paper trailof financial crime.

Speaker

Linda Mickey,

 author of Kyle Shannon mysteries.


Cost

$10 OCWW members$15 non members


Parking

Parking in the Library lot is free, but limited to 90 minutes, and it is enforced.

Stop at the front desk and get your car pass that lets you stay longer.

Then go to the back, down one floor (stairs or elevator)to the Auditorium.

Join us for OCWW Summer Session #2 with Linda, author of the Kyle Shannon mysteries, will be speaking on “Forensics Today--There’s a Body in the Library” and a second topic, “White Collar Crime--Who Does it Hurt?”  (


Writers in this genre

I refer you to “The One Man To Take the Fall for the Financial Crisis,” in the

Sunday NYTimes Magazine, 

May 4, 2014, www.nytimes.com/2014/05/04/magazine/only-one-top-banker-jail-financial-crisis.html?_r=0. In a nutshell, the Arthur Anderson conviction resulted in the closing of its doors and tens of thousands of employees losing their jobs. The conviction was thrown out 2 years later. The Dept. of Justice’s trial experience is much eroded, careerists fear engaging in complicated trials they might lose, and prosecutors look to make connections with business types to move up the career ladder.)

Tickets for this event are: $10 for members and $15 for non-members.

For more information go to: http://www.ocww.bizland.com


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  • Barry

    Linda was informative and entertaining.

    1 · June 19

  • Brenda R.

    Linda Mickey is always so unflappably informative and knowledgeable. Great program!

    June 19

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