The Justice Department charged 12 South Floridians with fraud after, prosecutors allege, they ripped off $20 million through a basic food stamp fraud scheme run out of stores in Miami and Broward counties.
The Justice Department charged 12 South Floridians with fraud after, prosecutors allege, they ripped off $20 million through a basic food stamp fraud scheme run out of stores in Miami and Broward counties. AL DIAZ Miami Herald File
The Justice Department charged 12 South Floridians with fraud after, prosecutors allege, they ripped off $20 million through a basic food stamp fraud scheme run out of stores in Miami and Broward counties. AL DIAZ Miami Herald File

What $20 million in alleged food stamp fraud bought these 12 people: prosecution

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