Barrett Wissman, part-owner of the disintegrating IMG Artists, has popped up in Forbes magazine as a contributor on ‘the entertainment business, culture and the arts’.
Don’t Forbes know he has a fraud conviction?
Of his three sentences, two are are grammatically fraudulent.
Does Forbes know that the multi-million fraud he admitted in 2009 is not the only one involving Wissman? He started early! According to the wsj.online Sept. 19, 2009), in 1990 a Dallas court adjudged he had forged his aunt’s signature on a phoney document in an effort to escape a debt of $100,000.
And does Forbes realise he owns an artists’ agency and so will be reviewing artists from other agencies? Is Forbes not concerned about conflicts of interest? Not only is this man a crook. He appears to have zero common sense!
“Not only is this man a crook. He appears to have zero common sense! ”
Neither fact, believe me, disqualifies him from being a Forbes contributor.
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