Just an amuse-bouche of the full flavored crazy the article contains: "The third [FBI] case, from 1992, in which extortion was initially alleged — first a demand for $100,000 and then for $250,000 in exchange for not releasing sensitive personal information — wound up being resolved through a payout of an undisclosed amount of cash and a signature on a nondisclosure agreement prepared by Nippy Inc., Houston's corporate incarnation. No extortion here, folks, so move along, please."
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