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was busted by auditors who found the books were "cooked" by applying the law of first numbers described in the /. blurb and TFA. The independent auditors found the first figures were randomly distributed instead of following Benford's law with the number 1 the most plentiful and nine the least -- therefore, the entries were fraudulent.
Benford's law knocked my out at the time; I thought of how many bogus figures I had entered in my expense accounts over the years....