Documentary Film to be Made About Rita Crundwell

June 19th, 2012 10:18 AM | 1 Comment

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DIXON – An accounting professor and a retired forensic accountant started interviewing Dixon residents Monday morning.

Kelly Pope, an accounting professor at De-Paul University, and Tom Golden, a retired forensic accounting partner with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, are making a documentary film covering the events surrounding the arrest of Rita Crundwell.

The former Dixon comptroller was charged with federal wire fraud in connection with what prosecutors say is the misappropriation of more than $53 million in city funds.

Pope and Golden began filming at Crundwell’s arraignment hearing and began setting up to interview local residents between Monday, June 18.

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One Response to “Documentary Film to be Made About Rita Crundwell”

  1. The documentary should focus on the addiction part of this hole thing. I think her boyfriend helped lead her into the wrong direction pllul her love of horses. Too bad for the hole horse industry!

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