Lesson Number 10 Million on how to Alienate the Diaspora

Gather ‘round children while you read about this beautiful tale of a nightmare scenario for a Diasporan that wanted to live in lovely Hayastan. The short of it is this person got swindled in every way imaginable by a private citizen, a judge, the police, and maybe even the President’s office. This story is almost Kafkaesque (yes I went there) in how powerless the Diasporan is described, especially with the possibility that the swindler can sue the Diasporan for an additional $40,000, which the Diasporan didn’t pay when the fraud came to light.

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