Massive pandemic relief fraud targeted funds to feed needy children
Federal prosecutors indicted 47 people in a scheme they say is the largest pandemic relief fraud scheme charged so far. The scheme involved using fake meals, fake names of kids and fake receipts to draw real money — nearly a quarter of a billion dollars.
Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with Minnesota Public Radio reporter Matt Sepic.
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