U.S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer, in a 2013 photo, said the latest Medicare fraud case involving a Miami-based scheme using citizens living abroad showed the federal government will follow cases “even when the offenders move the crime outside our shores.”
U.S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer, in a 2013 photo, said the latest Medicare fraud case involving a Miami-based scheme using citizens living abroad showed the federal government will follow cases “even when the offenders move the crime outside our shores.” C.M. GUERRERO El Nuevo Herald
U.S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer, in a 2013 photo, said the latest Medicare fraud case involving a Miami-based scheme using citizens living abroad showed the federal government will follow cases “even when the offenders move the crime outside our shores.” C.M. GUERRERO El Nuevo Herald

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