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If you take a behind-the-scenes look into the CU Times publishing platform, you’ll find a list of category words we use to organize stories for your online viewing pleasure. If it was possible to wear out a taxonomy check box, the word “fraud” would be barely visible.

For instance, if you see a byline from our Peter Strozniak, there’s a good chance we’ve clicked the “fraud” category. You’ve definitely come across “fraud” for one of the credit union embezzlement stories he’s written. To be clear, I have no idea how many embezzlement stories he’s filed over the years. Hundreds? A thousand? It would take too long to sort through everything to give you that number.

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