Tiger Woods cited by FBI in corruption study

Tiger Woods’ problems with wife and mother in law has prompted the FBI to take a closer look at his behaviour. The G-men’s Miami boss John Gillies cited Tiger  as evidence of the wave of corruption that was the greatest criminal threat facing the US, in his opinion.
Gillies said the behaviour of high-profile civil servants and role models like Tiger Woods, who allegedly cheated on his wife with several women, sent a signal to young Americans that cheating and stealing were acceptable.
“It really gets at the soul and fabric of the United States when people are out there corrupting … it all starts with simple ethics violations,” Gillies said, Reuters reported.
Downtime think Gillies has a long road ahead of him, and wishes him well on the journey.

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I hope a savvy judge tells all these women they (a) cannot sue Tiger Woods because they have no common sense, no decency, and no morals... and (b) they cannot profit off their stupidity at the expense of Elin and 2 innocent children. PERIOD. As for this Rachel chick.. bleh. As my granny used to say: She looks like she's been rode hard and put away wet. One common denominator with all these gold diggers is their ignorance. They believed Tiger when he said he was in a marriage of convenience. Too funny - because that's what ALL men say who cheat... then, like clockwork, they cry and boo hoo when their wife kicks them to the curb.. and say "but she was just SEX... that's all.. I swear."







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