A former Marine helped recruit service members for a scheme to bilk the Department of Defense for cash by purchasing tubes of scar cream that did nothing to treat scars for insane prices, according to a remarkable investigation by the Nashville Tennessean.

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A nonprofit that sought and collected donations supposedly for paid phone cards for veterans and their families was ordered by a Minnesota court Thursday to shut down after the state attorney general’s office found the charity fraudulently collected hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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A Texas woman has pleaded guilty to her involvement in a multi-million dollar Tricare scheme. Of those who have already pleaded guilty in this matter and are awaiting sentencing is a medical assistant from Conway.

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Three senior executives of a defense contracting firm have been indicted over a "massive fraud against the United States" in connection with a contract to supply coalition forces in Afghanistan to the tune of nearly $9 billion, according to The Department of Justice.

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As a World War II veteran from Kentucky slowly succumbed to Alzheimer’s disease in a nursing home, his grandson allegedly misappropriated more than $600,000 from his accounts.

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A lawyer for Johnny Bobbitt, the homeless veteran whose kindness to a stranger inspired a $400,000 GoFundMe campaign, said Tuesday that all of the money raised for his client is gone.

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