The case of once-presumed-dead fugitive banker Aubrey Lee Price is only one of the more recent accounts of executives at financial institutions in Georgia going bad. The state has a long history of a troubled banking industry, with leaders accused of a variety of crimes — some of them contributing to Georgia’s No. 1 ranking in U.S. bank failures since 2008.
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