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Deceit, scandal, lies—it's Las Vegas. It's the FBI sting you have to hear to believe. Chameleon is back for a second season and this time there's even more scandal and deceit. From Campside Media comes the story of a two-year FBI undercover investigation that went bust.

Chameleon: High Rollers Campside Media

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    • 4.7 • 4.5K Ratings

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Deceit, scandal, lies—it's Las Vegas. It's the FBI sting you have to hear to believe. Chameleon is back for a second season and this time there's even more scandal and deceit. From Campside Media comes the story of a two-year FBI undercover investigation that went bust.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

    Chapter 4: Chuck and Dennis

    Chapter 4: Chuck and Dennis

    Chuck and Dennis are good friends. Emile isn’t the first man they’ve lured into an elaborate trap.

    Chapter 3: The Sting

    Chapter 3: The Sting

    Michel and Dennis are bringing piles of cash to Emile’s weight loss clinic. But the two aren’t the wealthy businessmen they appear to be.

    • 34 min
    S1 Bonus: Where is Gobind?

    S1 Bonus: Where is Gobind?

    Last we all heard, the Con Queen suspect had been arrested. So what's happened since?

    S1 Bonus: The Con Queen Tapes

    S1 Bonus: The Con Queen Tapes

    A very close listen to our scammer in action.

    Chapter 2: The Count

    Chapter 2: The Count

    A Moroccan man named Michel and a wealthy man of the world named Dennis discuss business opportunities with Emile.

    • 31 min
    Chapter 1: What Happens in Vegas

    Chapter 1: What Happens in Vegas

    Emile Bouari, owner of a diet clinic, is out there hustling, trying to win in the city of sin. But he’s no stranger to the FBI.

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
4.5K Ratings

4.5K Ratings

whynotpugs ,

Brilliantly unfolded

I binged this podcast and enjoyed every minute of it. You can sure tell an amateur podcast from a one written by master journalists like these writers who know how to actually tell a story. It’s what they’ve spent their entire careers doing. Every episode is required because the story is quite complex with fascinating turns that leave you eager for more. They certainly do not gratuitously drag out the story. Everyone’s interview contained here has a significant puzzle piece to contribute. Just go on and listen!

PW from GR ,

Dirty trick, folks

You should have made it clear at the outset that as of the third episode there would be a subscription required.

CJMoore424 ,

Sneaky!

Two episodes free and then a subscription is required— so sneaky! Don’t love this story anywhere near enough to keep listening.

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