Pair Of P.E. Firms Pilfered By Podlucky?

Nov 3 2006 | 12:18pm ET

By now you may have heard of beverage-maker LeNature’s’ le fraud, but we bet you haven’t heard about all the pirate booty found strewn around a hidden back room of a warehouse rented out by the company’s CEO. Add this to the paper shredding, body guards, dump trucks and a fat man named Podlucky, and we think that the creditors lining up to get their money back may just be able to stake a claim to the movie rights for this alleged cock-up.


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