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It's a good question! Answer choice D as stated doesn't actually undermine the idea that the embezzler must have had specialized knowledge. A vulnerability to embezzlement might simply mean a vulnerability to embezzlement by specialists. Think of it this way: a company might have a computer system that is vulnerable to hacking. Does that mean that it's vulnerable to hacking by anyone? Not necessarily. The vulnerability might simply be vulnerability to those who know how to get the job done.
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