The Prison Food Administrator Escapes / A Father and Son accused of Living the American Scheme
Case 1: Living the American Scheme
The father and son team of Juan and Harold Rangel are accused of running a slick operation called Financial Plus Investments. They sell distressed homeowners on the idea that a foreclosure isn't a curse, it's an opportunity. But as more than six hundred investors found out, the Rangels are nobody's saviors. The FBI believes Harold Rangel took part in a massive fraud, primarily orchestrated by his father, taking in more than $35 million dollars from families in Southern California.
Case 2: The Prison Escape
Fred Monem is presented as the paragon of efficient government spending in Oregon. He ran the Food Services Administration for the entire Oregon prison system, saving the corrections department millions of dollars a year. But according to the FBI, Monem is taking a little taste for himself. He's accused of running a $1.2 million money laundering and bribery scheme. Before agents can unravel it all, Monem is gone