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Tom Simon

Hawaii's top FBI agent pegs financial fraud as the state's biggest crime problem

By Lee Catterall

~~<p>After working as a forensic accountant for three years upon earning a degree in accounting from Clemson University, Tom Simon became an FBI special agent 18 years ago at his hometown of Chicago.</p>
<p>&quot;It's something I wanted to do since I was a young child,&quot; said Simon, 43, a spokesman of the bureau in Honolulu. &quot;I always dreamt of being an FBI agent. I thought it would be an interesting way to give back to my country.&quot;</p>
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After working as a forensic accountant for three years upon earning a degree in accounting from Clemson University, Tom Simon became an FBI special agent 18 years ago at his hometown of Chicago.

"It's something I wanted to do since I was a young child," said Simon, 43, a spokesman of the bureau in Honolulu. "I always dreamt of being an FBI agent. I thought it would be an interesting way to give back to my country." Login for more...



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