Almost everyone said that I should tell the old man in the last post that he had lost his life fortune and that his advisor was a crook.
Only one person suggested I watch reruns of the Godfather for advice.
Does it change your mind if the crooked advisor is mafia?
What if there is only a 5 percent chance of him being mafia?
What if you plain do not know?
Disclosure: a journalist is going to do it for me - or at least sound the victim out. Seems safer that way. At least for me.
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