Adventures in Disability Fraud…

Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.

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  1. Jay says:

    “Popp said he was unable to drive, read, or “bowl without bumpers” due to his condition.”

    Yes bowling without bumpers, the true tragedy of blindness.

  2. Thomas says:

    “Popp collected $115,000 in unlawful Medicare benefits and evaded $178,000 in taxes between 2004 and 2009 in addition to disability payments.”

    As lavish as his lifestyle was, it is no wonder he got caught for fraud. There really isn’t a “smart” criminal though.

  3. Andrew says:

    It is truly amazing how some people are able to scam the system for ludicrous amounts of money.

  4. James M. says:

    “Federal agents then recorded Popp walking back to his car and driving away.”

    That is all it took. His disregard of caution lead to his downfall.

  5. Lucy says:

    Popp, a wealthy businessman, continued to work and go on lavish vacations in the Cayman Islands while collecting disability benefits for five years.

    That is truly unbelievable. Glad to know we all funded that 5 year vacation.

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