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Prosecutors say California's system for paying unemployment benefits is so dysfunctional that the state approved more than $140 million for at least 20,000 prisoners. [Read More]
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Convicted murderer Scott Peterson and other death row inmates in California were named in a massive scam that involved coronavirus unemployment benefits from the state... [Read More]
California has allegedly paid at least $140 million in fraudulent unemployment benefits in the names of thousands of prisoners, including Scott Peterson... [Read More]
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A California prosecutor revealed that thousands of inmates, including high-profile killer Scott Peterson, have carried out one of the biggest unemployment fraud schemes in history... [Read More]
A far-reaching scam swindled the state of California out of hundreds of millions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funds by filing fraudulent pandemic unemployment claims... [Read More]
Share:ShareTweetEmailRelated topics:californiaiteamunemployment california7 on your sidefraudunemploymentscott petersonprisonShare:ShareTweetEmail... [Read More]
More than 35,000 inmates were named in claims filed with the California Employment Development Department, with more than 20,000 being paid, according to Sacramento County... [Read More]
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A California prosecutor says someone has filed an unemployment claim in the name of convicted murderer Scott Peterson. Sacramento County DA said it is one... [Read More]
California inmates, including some on death row, have received tens of millions of dollars in state unemployment benefits in the past few months. A group... [Read More]
California's system for paying unemployment benefits is so dysfunctional that the state approved more than $140 million for at least 35,000 prisoners, local and federal... [Read More]
Scott Peterson is among multiple California inmates, including other convicted murders, who have received COVID-19 unemployment benefits in recent months,…... [Read More]
Prosecutors say California's system for paying unemployment benefits is so dysfunctional that the state approved more than $140 million for at least... [Read More]
California prosecutors: More than 35,000 unemployment claims filed in names of prison inmates, including Scott Peterson. [Read More]
San Quentin inmate Scott Peterson, convicted of killing his wife and unborn son, was sent California unemployment benefits in recent months, according to a group... [Read More]
Prosecutors detailed a scheme that resulted in payouts in the names of well-known convicted murderers like Scott Peterson and Cary Stayner, as well as thousands... [Read More]
Share:ShareTweetEmailRelated topics:unemployment californiafraudunemploymentscott petersonprisonShare:ShareTweetEmail... [Read More]
A scam involving the names and identities of tens of thousands of California prison inmates — including convicted wife murderer Scott Peterson — has apparently... [Read More]
From left: Defense attorney Mark Geragos, Scott Peterson and defense attorney Pat Harris listen during Peterson's murder trial on July 29, 2004 in Redwood City,... [Read More]
A California prosecutor says someone has filed unemployment claims in the name of convicted murderers Scott Peterson and Isauro Aguirre among thousands of other inmates. [Read More]
A group of state and federal prosecutors on Tuesday warned that up to $1 billion may have been paid to inmates incarcerated in California's prisons... [Read More]
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