Yellow Fever

Smillie, Dirk
December 2008
Forbes Asia;12/8/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 21, p40
The article presents information on the disputes between the owners of gold brokerage business Goldfinger Coin & Bullion, which led to the divorce of James Fayed and his wife, Pamela. James filed a divorce to Pamela and ends with the murder of his wife and the seizure of $24 million in gold and cash. James is held in a Los Angeles jail facing murder and conspiracy charges and imminent indictment for money laundering.


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