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Fraudster Targeting Prisoners Convicted

By Christopher Zoukis Qadir Shabazz, aka Deangelo Moore, aka Deangelo Muhammad, a 41-year-old Atlanta man, was convicted in January 2016 of charges related to a fraudulent scheme that sold false hope to prisoners and stole millions from the U.S. government. Shabazz opened a “charity” called Indigent Inmate in 2009, and he and his employees mailed

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Corrections Officials Stealing Prisoners’ Identities a Growing Problem

By Christopher Zoukis Corrections officials tend to have a single-track mindset: guards oversee prisoners in an attempt to maintain security and order. But what if the looking glass needs to be reversed and the jailers need to be overseen instead? With identity theft perpetrated by prison and jail employees on the rise, that option needs

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