Possibly the largest fraud case in SSDI history. Read about it here.
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Absolutely appalling. And yet another example of people who seem completely disconnected from the fact (or at least do not care)that this is not just “free” money but is in fact being paid for by their fellow citizens.
How can people expect to get away with this stuff?
“In August, federal and local authorities arrested more than 70 people in Puerto Rico on charges related to disability fraud.”
Even the territories are jumping on board
“I’ll take, ‘You know you have a problem when…’ for $300 Alex.”
It’s horrible that people would try and profit from 9/11 like that.
That is amazing the arrogance to not only commit disability fraud, but to lead and document their active lifestyles on social media while collecting their checks is reprehensible.
I wouldn’t expect people who do things like this to think it all the way through and cover their tracks.
$400 million dollars over two decades. It all finally caught up to them. They can’t cover it up forever.
“Screenshots of websites included in the indictment show defendants riding motorcycles and Jet Skis, and one who was running a martial-arts school, going as far as setting his movements to music and uploading them on YouTube.”
They definitely deserved to be caught.
They were asking to be caught.
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