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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Con man took over exchange student's life, police allege

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has a jaw-dropper of a story about an alleged con man who's accused of taking over a Korean exchange student's life -- and making her believe the most unlikely stories as he robbed her blind, police say. It's a little too much to summarize, but you'll be shocked at what he's accused of doing.

"(She) had been evicted, but Clark successfully kept this fact from (her)," Banyai-Riepl told the court. "Clark hired movers to move all their belongings to the 'CIA Safe House' in Everett (actually his parents' home.)"

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