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Because Emily Thompson doesn’t want you to live her nightmare."I feel like a fairly intelligent woman and it’s hard to find myself in this situation," she told us from her Dallas home.
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The answer went beyond her drained accounts and broke her heart."I lost 1,000," she said.
"Which was a lot of the money that I‘ve save up in the last 17 years since my divorce."Thompson reached out to Dallas-based Trident Response Group, made up of military veterans.
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Your Profile Photo This is your chance to be in the spotlight!Those exceptions take effort, and online dating is like Amazon Prime for sex.(And love, ideally.) If it weren't for the algorithms, I could meet all of these people IRL and they wouldn't know I was 40 unless I showed them my birth certificate — ah, the very idea made me irate.Johnson — also known as Maria Hendricks, Gia Hendricks, Maria Christina Gia and Maria Hainka — has been arrested and charged multiple times before for various forms of fraud, identity theft and burglary before, according to a statement from the sheriff's department. Sign up for the free Essential California newsletter After she successfully assumed an identity, investigators say, she moved into high-end hotels and charged thousands of dollars of goods and services to her victims, even attempting to purchase a car at one point, authorities said. Two Southern California doctors were found guilty this week of falsely certifying their patients were terminally ill as part of a larger scheme to bilk Medicare and Medi-Cal out of .8 million in hospice-related services, according to federal prosecutors. A special task force with agents and deputies from the Los Angeles Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U. Department of Homeland Security and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has been investigating the case since March.Two Southern California doctors were found guilty this week of falsely certifying their patients were terminally ill as part of a larger scheme to bilk Medicare and Medi-Cal out of .8 million in hospice-related services, according to federal prosecutors. But Johnson’s fraudulent lifestyle began sometime in 1997 in Washington and Oregon, authorities said.