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Running head: Extensive Case 1 Week 7 Extensive Case, Chapter 14 Jeremy Doncouse Mountain State University
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Running head: Extensive Case 2 Extensive Case 14. 1. Identify the type of fraud being committed and explain your reasons. The type of fraud being committed here is that of corruption. Bribery involves the offering, receiving, or soliciting of anything of value to influence an official act. However, because Hart was in the official position to help and requested compensation to make things happen the fraud would be classified as economic extortion and illegal gratuities.
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Unformatted text preview: Basically, Hart said that he would make things happen for Eaves as long as he was compensated for it. Hernandez trucking was guilty of bribery in the form of kickbacks to Robert Max, vice president of Bell. This would also constitute a conflict of interest because he was being paid from the illegal capital gains of their bribery and economic extortion and illegal gratuities scheme. Basically, all of the types of corruption outlined in Chapter 14 of our textbook were committed in this case....
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