Eric Conn was escorted by SWAT team agents Dec. 5, 2017 prior to his extradition from Honduras, where he had been a fugitive. He is currently faced up to 27 years in prison, after pleading guilty to Social Security fraud and other charges. The federal government has been reviewing his former clients’ claims.
Eric Conn was escorted by SWAT team agents Dec. 5, 2017 prior to his extradition from Honduras, where he had been a fugitive. He is currently faced up to 27 years in prison, after pleading guilty to Social Security fraud and other charges. The federal government has been reviewing his former clients’ claims. Moises Castillo Associated Press
Eric Conn was escorted by SWAT team agents Dec. 5, 2017 prior to his extradition from Honduras, where he had been a fugitive. He is currently faced up to 27 years in prison, after pleading guilty to Social Security fraud and other charges. The federal government has been reviewing his former clients’ claims. Moises Castillo Associated Press

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June 13, 2018 04:29 PM