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$70K in his Boots... and Four Ounces of Platinum

Written By Brian Hicks

Posted February 12, 2009

Remember Christopher Warren?

When we first found this resume / confession at, we thought it was some sort of sick joke. No sane person would confess to doing the stuff this guy talks about, including making millions by committing mortgage fraud, and post it on the Internet. No one.

But that’s exactly what he did. And he wasn’t trying to confess to anything. Instead, he was applying for a job with this multi-page resume for Christopher Warren, who has:

“the management experience, the banking experience, and could assist in the oversight of the most major transformation of mortgage regulation without changing one guideline and still completely eliminate mortgage fraud and restore confidence in the American dream and the securities that that that very dream provides for investors.”

While he was trying to apply for a job, he can’t seem to stay out of trouble. And he may spend quite a while behind bars because of it:

After he fled, prosecutors charged him with conspiracy, fraud and conducting a continuing f inancial crime, which could bring him a life prison sentence.

Warren, 27, was just caught at the Canadian border with a million dollars in Swiss bank certificates, $70,000 stuffed in his boots, and four ounces of platinum valued at $1,420. This was after he flew to Ireland on February 3, and traveled to Lebanon, where authorities believe he brought $4 million to $5 million worth of gold, and Canada.

His parents must be so proud…