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Post by Ssmith on Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:59 am

It's nice to see fraud being prosecuted.  Could Dinar gurus that beg for donations (sick mother, single mother being evicted, etc.) be next? 




PLOT TWIST: N.J. Couple, Homeless Man Faked Story Netting $400K In Donations, Face Criminal Charges, Report Says
 Theft by Deception - Dinar Gurus BEWARE!  11/15/18  Mark_damico_kate_mcclure Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
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ByRyan Saavedra
@realsaavedra
November 14, 2018  

The couple who raised nearly half a million dollars for a homeless man after he gave his last $20 to the woman will face criminal charges as will the homeless man for making up the entire story, officials say.

"Mark D'Amico, Kate McClure and Johnny Bobbitt will face charges including conspiracy and theft by deception," NBC 10 reported on Wednesday.

NBC 10 reviewed a complaint that alleges the three "conspired with one another to make up a false story in order to raise more than $400,000."

D'Amico and McClure turned themselves into Burlington County authorities on Wednesday after prosecutors said that they, along with Bobbitt, intentionally prevented those who donated to their GoFundMe page from accessing relevant information that "would affect their judgment about solicited contribution to that fundraising effort."

#BREAKING A New Jersey couple and a homeless man at the center of a GoFundMe controversy will be charged with lying about their story in order to raise $400K, a source tells NBC10. Details HERE: https://t.co/qAK14SXpFr pic.twitter.com/6Gh0OJNpal
— NBC10 Philadelphia (@NBCPhiladelphia) November 15, 2018
The three gained national attention last year after the couple claimed that Bobbitt gave his last $20 to help McClure purchase fuel after she ran out while driving on Interstate 95 in Philadelphia.

The couple came under scrutiny not long after the story broke and the $400,000+ was raised after Bobbitt and his lawyer said that "McClure and D'Amico gave him around $75,000 as well as the vehicle and the camper, but have since learned that the rest of the money is gone."

The lawyer for McClure and D'Amico claimed that the couple "spent around $200,000 on behalf of Bobbitt, buying him a used vehicle and a trailer and giving him thousands in cash, which the couple says he quickly spent on drugs and gave away to family members."

In September, police arrived at the couple's home and seized a new BMW that they purchased.

Breaking: BMW in driveway being loaded onto truck as investigators execute search warrant at home of couple accused of defrauding homeless man of gofundme donations. pic.twitter.com/sKin8LTu9D
— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) September 6, 2018
That same week, GoFundMe announced that Bobbitt would receive "an amount equal to the balance of the funds he did not get from the online fund-raiser set up for him in November."

McClure and D'Amico had fired back at Bobbitt when he claimed that they were dipping into funds that were meant for him, accusing him of allegedly spending $25,000 in less than two weeks on drugs in December.

Judge in GoFundMe case involving homeless man says Kate McClure and Mark D’Amico must be in court next week. They also must give depositions. Their attorney says they are invoking their 5th amendment right. Clearly, they are worried about criminal charges. pic.twitter.com/DpbMAwFefk
— Chad Pradelli (@chadpradelli) September 5, 2018
"We saw the pattern that was developing," D'Amico said regarding of Bobbitt's alleged drug habit.

NBC 10 noted that their source "did not confirm whether or not Bobbitt turned himself in as well."

This is a breaking news story, refresh the page for updates.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/38375/plot-twist-nj-couple-homeless-man-faked-story-ryan-saavedra?fbclid=IwAR29K64ZyOsvQGgcKOUlKqzCE43lo0SK5w_WJXE7P3pAqGKdwfbLUcqMuiE
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