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Episode 4: Raiders of the Lost Retirement | Deceitful Dad and the Missing Millions

Case 1: Raiders of the Lost Retirement

Meet Joe McCool. He's a man with promises of plans for other people's life savings in the tranquil town of Mesa, Arizona. But McCool is accused of profiling clients of his investment program, to determine who would become his next target. American Greed profiles a cunning con man wanted for talking retirees out of their life savings.

Case 2: Deceitful Dad and the Missing Millions

In Lexington, Kentucky, Jim Hammes plays the role perfectly of a hard-working family man. No one suspects he has a secret … not even his daughter. But at work, Hammes is accused of embezzling millions of dollars from his employer, G&J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers. Now Hammes is missing and the burning question is: What other secrets does he keep?

The Fugitives Extras

  • Have You Seen Me?     Monday, 20 Aug 2012 | 12:00 AM ET
    Joseph Wayne McCool

    Joe McCool disappears as the threat of a second prison term looms.

  • Have You Seen Me?     Monday, 20 Aug 2012 | 12:00 AM ET
    James T. Hammes

    Jim Hammes is on the run while his family tries to reconcile his betrayal.

  • Living a Double Life, Ready to Escape     Friday, 17 Aug 2012 | 12:00 AM ET

    After Hammes is confronted with evidence that he allegedly embezzled nearly $9 million, he flees. Searching for answers, his family is stunned to uncover more than one shocking discovery. It leads them to wonder if they ever really knew Jim Hammes at all.

  • The Fugitive's Fascination with Fires     Friday, 17 Aug 2012 | 12:00 AM ET

    The family of alleged embezzler Jim Hammes' deceased wife has a troubling suspicion that he might have had something to do with the fire that killed her, even if the official investigation into her death is currently closed.

  • On the continuum of psychopathy, white collar criminals fall somewhere in the middle.

  • Cameron Campbell's Website Tuesday, 11 Sep 2012 | 3:05 PM ET

    Cameron Campbell’s professional website on which he refers to him self as a “handsome guy,” “varsity athlete” and “golden boy.” (Source: coveringyourasset.com via Archive.org)

  • Don Manning's Dating Profile Tuesday, 11 Sep 2012 | 3:08 PM ET

    Don Manning’s dating profile featuring spelling so poor that it drew the attention of the FBI. (Source: MegaFriends.com; http://www.megafriends.com/profile.php?id=41797692)

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