13 Billion to One
As a welfare kid who grew up in the streets, Randy Rush had to fight for everything he got and knew what it was like to struggle. So, when he was suddenly handed $50 million in tax free money, he vowed to use his new-found wealth to help others. But what he didn’t see coming was Jeremy Crawford.
In his gripping, adrenaline-packed memoir, Rush takes readers on his rocket-fueled journey after a trip to the corner grocer to buy food for his beloved cat, Conway Kitty, leads to the discovery that he has won Canada’s $50 million Lotto Max jackpot.
In this scathing exposé, Bloodsuckers, Rush — working with a team of researchers — documents Jeremy and Amy Crawfords’ twenty-year crime spree ranging from identity theft to embezzlement to securities fraud. The book is based on more than a hundred interviews, countless hours of research and thousands of pages of meticulously documented records kept by victims who have held onto them over the years — hoping that the information would one day take the Crawfords down.