One angry man

By Amanda Spratt In Uncategorized

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21st April, 2007
He had it all. A loving family, successful businesses and an All Black jersey in a wardrobe full of Italian style. His kids went to Auckland's King's College, he drove big cars, he could make a grand in an afternoon. In the champagne days of the 90s, Joseph Francis Karam was a risk-taking millionaire with a generous disposition and a talent for giving things a good spit and polish. He owned 25 investment properties and a winning racehorse. Every year he'd hire a marquee at the races for friends and family. With a galloping enthusiasm for life and an entertaining line in braggadocio, ...

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