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Question 1: In 1978 Vesco moved first to Nassau and then to ________.
JamaicaAntigua and BarbudaAntiguaBarbados

Question 2: He immediately fled the ensuing U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation by living in a number of Central American and ________ countries that did not have extradition laws.
North AmericaAmericasCaribbeanLatin America

Question 3: He lived in ________ for a while, while the Sandinista Government was in power.
PhilippinesUnited StatesMexicoNicaragua

Question 4: However, this worked poorly for everybody involved, although Vesco was reputed to have stolen over $200 million, and appeared several times on the ________ list of the wealthiest people in the world.
Fast Company (magazine)ForbesBloomberg BusinessWeekBarron's Magazine

Question 5: In 1973, Vesco fled to ________.
Dominican RepublicNicaraguaMexicoCosta Rica

Question 6: Shortly before his departure, hoping to shut off the SEC investigation into his activities, Vesco routed substantial contributions to ________ through his nephew, Donald A. Nixon.
Richard NixonRonald ReaganGerald FordGeorge H. W. Bush

Question 7: After several years of high stakes investments and seedy credit dealings, Vesco was alleged guilty of securities ________.
Neutral reportageTortFraudNegligence

Question 8: Five months after his death in November 2007 the New York Times reported he succumbed to lung cancer at a hospital in ________.
San Juan, Puerto RicoSanto DomingoHavanaMexico City

Question 9: Robert Lee Vesco (December 4, 1935-November 23, 2007[1]) was a fugitive ________ financier.
AlaskaPhilippinesCanadaUnited States

Question 10: [2] Charges emerged following the Watergate scandal that linked Vesco with illegal funding for a company owned by Donald A. Nixon (________'s nephew).
Richard NixonGerald FordRonald ReaganGeorge H. W. Bush


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