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Veteran Affairs Employee Found Culpable of Corruption Allegations and Swindling VA of approximately $19 Million In A Year
Veteran Affairs Employee Found Culpable of Corruption Allegations and Swindling VA of approximately $19 Million In A Year

Jason R. Dunn, United States Attorney, announced that yesterday a judge sitting in U.S. District Court in Denver found Joseph Prince, of Aurora, Colorado, age 60, former Veterans Affairs (V.A.) employee, culpable of felony health care fraud, payment of illegal kickbacks and gratuities,...

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