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Two People Admitted Guilty to Medicare Fraud Conspiracy Charges
Two People Admitted Guilty to Medicare Fraud Conspiracy Charges

Boston, Massachusetts – Two people admitted guilty on 24th Feb 2021 in association with a multi-million-dollar Medicare fraud conspiracy. Talia Alexandre, from Palm Springs, Florida, age 30, admitted guilt to one charge of obtaining kickbacks in association with a federal health care...

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