At the end of 2010, the well known Eastern Livestock Company was forced into bankruptcy with debts to creditors grossing as much as $20.7 million and an alleged $2.5 billion in fictitious transactions.
The situation has sat momentarily quiet following the massive media coverage it received initially.
As far as figuring out who’s to blame, Colin says that the full answers are still out there. However, they may have to wait for congressional investigations or future lawsuits to be uncovered.
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Kaci Switzer & Haylie Shipp