How was an incredible $325,000,000 theft achieved using The Peace Bridge as a fulcrum? It was a piece of national history. The story had to be told. One of the largest and most audacious gasoline tax evasion scams in Canadian and U.S. history. The perpetrator used The Peace Bridge, spanning The Niagara River, to facilitate his crime, and his private Cessna to transport the enormous fruits of the theft to the "safety" of a Cayman Island bank. The scam netted an amount "that makes The New York State Lottery look like a Sunday school collection."
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No one wept when Jim Servito died. He left an estate amounting to $325,000,000 when his wife, Karen killed him in Caracas. He had accumulated the fortune the old fashioned way: He stole it from the U.S. and Canadian governments using a brilliant gasoline tax evasion scam. The money is hot, deposited in a Cayman Island bank, and it's cursed. It has a profound affect on everyone who touched it.
A thirty-three year old woman choose to go to war with the greed and avarice of big business, the overwhelming power of the U.S. IRS, and a billion dollar shareholder lawsuit against her. Simultaneously, she chose to fall in love with a man who was engaged to marry another woman. Kerri King's dedication and tireless work ethic had taken her to the top. She was the president and CEO of Iacardi & Sons, one of the largest and most successful commodity trading companies in the world.