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Thursday, March 7, 2013

The Criminal's Multiple Identity Game: Catch Me If You Can, Part 2

Seasoned criminal suspects often learn a variety of ruses, tricks and deceptions to defraud people and sometimes even the courts.  With that in mind, here is an interesting story about a New  York suspect who was using at least five different aliases.  

(And just for the heck of it, have fun checking out my original Catch Me If You Can article from the summer of 2011.)




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