December 10, 2010
An Oklahoma man has confessed to stealing more than $96,000 in Social Security benefits from his dead mother, according to Tulsa World.
The man has been stealing Social Security benefits and veteran benefits since September 2005.
Law enforcement officials received an outside tip about the stolen Social Security benefits that led them to the man.
Would you report someone who was stealing Social Security benefits? How do you think those who steal Social Security benefits should be prosecuted?
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