Toronto police have charged a woman with defrauding The March of Dimes of nearly 800 thousand dollars.
Fifty-year-old Karima Manji was a longstanding property manager with the non-profit housing group, and was able to steal the money using several methods. She’s now facing four charges, including fraud over $5000 and uttering forged documents. It’s unlikely the money will be recovered and it’s rare that white collar crime results in jail time.
Should penalties be doubled whenever you steal from those who need it most?