(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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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.
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