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November 23, 1995 | From Associated Press
Tom Clancy, the best-selling author who described an elaborate Wall Street fraud in a recent novel, now says he's the biggest victim in a $6-million securities fraud case in Maryland. Clancy invested $1.4 million of his own money and $500,000 on behalf of a private school in Calvert County, Md., with Richard A. Scott of Alexandria, Va. Clancy and his wife, Wanda, struck up a friendship with Scott during a Baltimore Orioles baseball game in 1992.
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November 23, 1995 | From Associated Press
Tom Clancy, the best-selling author who described an elaborate Wall Street fraud in a recent novel, now says he's the biggest victim in a $6-million securities fraud case in Maryland. Clancy invested $1.4 million of his own money and $500,000 on behalf of a private school in Calvert County, Md., with Richard A. Scott of Alexandria, Va. Clancy and his wife, Wanda, struck up a friendship with Scott during a Baltimore Orioles baseball game in 1992.
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