Don’t be fooled |

Don’t be fooled

Dear Editor:It is both important and highly ethical for you, the media, to present a balanced and dual-sided case for all individuals who face criminal accusations. This was attempted in your latest article, “Fraud suspect back in business” about Mr. Frommer (Jan. 21).I have a master’s degree from Harvard University in psychology.It is my opinion, and that of many others, that Mr. Frommer is extraordinarily gifted at creating business ventures. And, more important, he is very gifted at earning the trust and good favor of everyone he meets. This is why, I and at least 50 others ventured to give such large amounts of money. Wow! How surprised we were to learn he never intended to pay us back.Here is the empirical evidence when wondering if Mr. Frommer will defraud people out of their money again:With over 50 different individuals, Mr. Frommer has not paid them back. This is to say nothing of the poor babysitter, lingerie company, etc. over in your town. Let the record of evidence stand for itself!A leopard does not change its spots, as the saying goes.Mandy SternBeverly Hills

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