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A Note From the Doctor Won’t Help This Government Employee, Sentenced for Scheme to Defraud Federal Voluntary Leave Transfer Program She Administered–she created false doctor notes to take paid time off donated by other employees

You’ve got to love the alliteration of this press release:  Four-Time Fraudster Sentenced to 44 Months. 

What is it that they say about the family that schemes together?  Here’s what the US Attorney’s Office has to say:  Frederick Couple PLEAD GUILTY to Fraudently Obtaining Over $700,000 in Advanced Fees. 

So much for the security in the Social Security Administration: SSA RETIREE PLEADS GUILTY TO EMBEZZLING OVER $400,000 AND TO TAX EVASION.

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 10/25/12 Conspirator in Bank Fraud Scheme Sentenced to Over 3 Years in Prison
10/25/12 Bank Vice President Pleads Guilty to Embezzling over $600,000
10/25/12 Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. to Pay $95 Million to Resolve Off-label Promotion and Kickback Allegations
10/25/12 Pennsylvania Man Pleads Guilty to Receipt of Child Pornography for Secretly Recording Boys in Maryland Restrooms
10/25/12 Bladensburg Armed Career Criminal Exiled to 15 Years in Prison for Possessing a Gun
10/24/12 Employee Pleads Guilty to Stealing from Non-profit Organization and up to 72 of its Disabled Clients
10/23/12 Former Employee of Federal Court Contractor Indicted for Bribery, Witness Tampering and Perjury in Federal Grand Jury
10/19/12 Silver Spring Man Sentenced to 10 Months in Prison for Failing to Register as a Sex Offender
10/18/12 New York Drug Dealer Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison

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Congratulations to Michael Hanlon and Kwame Manley, who have been named, respectively, Chief and Deputy Chief of the Violent Crime Section of the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland.  Mike is a graduate of Georgetown University and UVA Law School.  Kwame, who is better educated than Mike, is a graduate of Harvard Law School.