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The financial world was rocked when news broke that Greenfeld-Ester Investment Group CFO Harry Rice allegedly embezzled $30 million from his company. 

“I’ve [allegedly] never been in a situation like that before,” reported the alleged HR representative who allegedly caught Rice in his alleged crime. “$30 million is a scale we’ve [allegedly] never seen before.” 

The CFO, who had allegedly been working at the firm for over 20 years, had allegedly been partaking in this alleged scheme for over ten years. Rice allegedly used the alleged funds to allegedly book flights on alleged vacations to allegedly luxurious locations such as the Maldives and the alleged Swiss Alps. 

These allegations allege that Rice will allegedly be facing an alleged thirty years in an alleged maximum-security prison for alleged fraud and embezzlement. Rice’s alleged partners and alleged family members maintain that they allegedly had no alleged knowledge of his various alleged schemes and scams. 

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