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Embezzlement of about $10 million – and the pursuit of “sinful things” – led to the downfall of the tiny Shiloh of Alexandria FCU and its manager, according to a civil complaint filed this week by the NCUA, which is seeking to recover losses to the share insurance fund caused by the failed credit union.

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