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Last seen on: –Universal Crossword – Jul 20 2021
–Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Mar 29 2021
–The Sun – Two Speed Crossword – Mar 1 2021
–Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Jan 23 2021
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–The Sun – Two Speed Crossword – Oct 14 2020
–Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Sep 23 2020
–The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 29,411 – Jul 9 2020
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Wall Street Journal Crossword – June 20 2019 – Mr. Wrong
Random information on the term “Racket”:
A racket, according to the current common and most general definition, is an organized criminal act in which the criminal act is some form of substantial business, or a way to earn illegal money either regularly, or briefly but repeatedly. A racket is therefore generally a repeated or continuous criminal operation. However, originally and often still specifically, a “racket” referred to a criminal act in which the perpetrator or perpetrators fraudulently offer a service to solve a nonexistent problem, a service that will not be put into effect, or a service that would not exist without the racket. Conducting a racket is racketeering. Particularly, the potential problem may be caused by the same party that offers to solve it, but that fact may be concealed, with the specific intent to engender continual patronage for this party.
The most common example of a racket is the “protection racket”, which promises to protect the target business or person from dangerous individuals in the neighborhood and then either collects the money or causes damage to the business until the owner pays. The racket exists as both the problem and its solution, and it is used as a method of extortion.
Random information on the term “SCAM”:
Scam is a 1993 television film adaptation of crime drama novel by Craig Smith titled Ladystinger. It originally aired on Showtime in May 1993.
Maggie Rohrer (Lorraine Bracco) is a seductive con-artist scamming the rich in Miami Beach. When she picks the wrong mark, Jack Shanks (Christopher Walken), he blackmails her into working with him on the ultimate scam in Jamaica. He wants to use her talents in a much bigger scam: ripping off a crime lord by getting at his programmer’s computer files. But she starts to have doubts about what he’s really after when she finds a huge stash of loot with the disks. He claims no knowledge of the money, she distrusts him, he’s using her, things start getting dangerous and even murderous – and then her boyfriend shows up. When the scam turns deadly, murder and double-cross become the only way to finish their dangerous game.
John Flynn says he was offered the film by Showtime on the basis of his work for them on Nails (1992). The movie was shot in Jamaica. Flynn: