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  • Today Adam is a respected businessman who has developed companies such as Hanover Insolvency and Pride Planning.

‘Revenge is sweet’. Adam Deering , 39, bought the bank building that denied him credit to start as an entrepreneur, the financial institution alleged at that time that the entrepreneur “was very young and inexperienced.”

“So last week I bought the bank building where I was turned down for a loan at age 21!” The British businessman wrote on his Instagram account.

Nearly two decades ago Adam, a resident of the city of Urmston (England, UK), created a business plan and made an appointment with the bank manager to discuss how to open an account and obtain a business loan.

“Before entering the bank I prayed because I had no cash and had no idea how I would fulfill my dream without it,” explains Adam. However, after a

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A woman accused of sending a threatening letter containing the poison ricin to President Trump has been denied bail and will remain in federal custody, a federal judge in Buffalo ruled Monday.

U.S. District Judge Kenneth Schroeder Jr. said Pascale Ferrier, 55, was clearly capable of harming the president when she tried to cross the border between Canada and the United States last week.

“There is clear and convincing evidence that the defendant does constitute a threat to the president of the United States as well as others in the community,” Judge Schroeder said.

Ms. Ferrier, a computer programmer from Montreal, has pled not guilty to one charge of making threats against the president of the United States. If convicted, she faces up to five years in federal prison.

Prosecutors said in court filings that tests confirmed the presence of ricin on a letter she mailed to Mr. Trump. The

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This photo shows a general view of the Peace Bridge, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, in Buffalo N.Y. Pascale Ferrier, a Canadian woman accused of mailing a package containing the poison ricin to the White House, was taken into custody Sunday, Sept. 20 by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Peace Bridge border crossing near Buffalo and is expected to face federal charges Tuesday in Buffalo, New York.


A woman charged with making threats against President Donald Trump by mailing a package containing ricin to the White House was ordered held without bail Monday by a judge in Buffalo who cited “a very strong case” against her based on an indictment in Washington, D.C.

Pascale Ferrier, 53, of a Montreal suburb, was arrested a week ago as she tried to enter the U.S. through a border crossing between Fort Erie, Ontario, and Buffalo. Her

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Bitmain’s appeal to recoup $30 million in alleged lost revenues from Poolin has been denied, Digital Currency Group has acquired a retail-focused exchange and Venezuelan officials appear to have blocked access to Coinbase. 

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A court in China has denied an appeal by bitcoin mining giant Bitmain seeking $30 million in damages from the three co-founders of Poolin, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency mining pools, CoinDesk’s Wolfie Zhou reports. The mining giant Bitmain claims Poolin’s founding executive broke non-compete agreements in starting its BTC mining operations, leading to millions in lost revenue. While the Beijing No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court found Bitmain failed to provide sufficient evidence that its business losses equaled more than fines already imposed, it did agree to increase fines for Poolin’s co-founders. Bitmain originally sought $4.3 million in restitution when filing the suit in April 2019. Meanwhile, rival mining firm Canaan said

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