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DOJ Indicts 73 in Massive Medicare Fraud Case



The defendants allegedly stole the identities of doctors and thousands of Medicare beneficiaries and operated at least 118 different phony clinics in 25 states, submitting bogus Medicare reimbursement claims, say law enforcement officials, who made 52 arrests Wednesday.



1 comments on "DOJ Indicts 73 in Massive Medicare Fraud Case"
Marcus777 (10/15/2010 at 4:53 AM)

This was not the only time this was going on for a long time here are the links http://articles.latimes.com/1999/dec/08/news/mn-41634 http://www.ice.gov/pi/news/newsreleases/articles/080404losangeles2.htm and would you please investigate more Glendale is a cess-pool with crimes from identity theft , car theft, date rape, when individuals charged with a crime they just go back to Armenia ask Glendale police and it will snow ball you remember Armenian consul General in Los Angeles was selling fake documents to criminal Armenians to stay in US price $35.000 what hapaned with that? here is the ABC News Clip http://www.hyevideos.com/media/7868/Ex-Armenian_consul_arrested_in_doc_scam_-_BEVERLY_HILLS,_Calif._KABC_NEWS/