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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

How to make money off a dead friend

In Florida, two people are accused of getting a life-insurance policy for an imaginary person and, when a family friend died, burying that person under the imaginary guy's name. Profit? About $500,000, police allege. The only mistake, authorities allege, was bragging about it to the dead guy's son.

Also, a profoundly excellent mugshot awaits you.


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