January 28, 2011
A woman pleaded guilty to fraud for stealing Social Security benefits.
According to amarillo.com, the woman lied to receive Social Security Disability benefits for her son, who is actually in the care of the state of Texas. She could face up to five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine.
Read more here to find out how much money she stole in Social Security benefits.
Do you think the penalties for Social Security Disability fraud are steep enough? What do you think should be done to those who steal from Social Security?
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