documents seized Wednesday from a Reseda home include passports, identification cards and birth certificates.
Records said prosecutors discovered five fake accounts for phony
clients that were opened by N.
Potential licensees in the fishing accessories industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Phony
Fisherman on a worldwide basis.
I am sorry to tell you that your decision to invest in such a phony
project was not wise and the management of this project were actually acting like a pack of wild dogs preying on you and similar people in your category.
They happened to be in the store returning another watch, worth $2,800, that they allegedly purchased earlier using the phony
card, Balian said.
The evidence provided in support of gay marriage has been shown to be phony
Your editor has thought for some time that we, individually and organizationally, are not treating the phony
letters situation with all the seriousness that a threat of this gravity warrants.
Many of them are still operating here, while American citizens daily lose more and more of their freedoms in a phony
"War on Terror.
Eleven Georgia teachers were found to have received phony
degrees from Saint Regis University in Liberia, a diploma mill that sells college degrees for little to no coursework.
Most people assume that firewalls or general security software--or even turning off cookies--will shield their identities from Websites; you may even put a phony
name in your browser.
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loan applications filed during 1998 and 1999, he netted $160,000 in personal income.
What he is proposing is nothing new; it's the same phony
ecumenism that has been going on for more than 30 years.
Sharp and often devious minds soon figured out how to rig the system to their benefit--by manipulating prices, making phony
trades to simulate real market activity, and moving power around to avoid price caps.
There was a Mexican who concocted a phony
passport application, a former court employee who shoved a judge, the babbling man who walked into an FBI office and threatened to kill President Bill Clinton--though he didn't realize Clinton was no longer president.