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June 9, 2015

Texas Seafood Processors Accused of $3 Million in Fraudulent Gulf Oil Spill Claims

The deadline for filing claims under the Gulf Oil Spill settlement passed overnight, but not before news broke of yet another alleged fraudulent claim.

Two Texas seafood processors “owned by a man previously imprisoned for fraud” are accused in court documents of fraudulently receiving a $3.16 million claim from the Gulf Oil Spill settlement fund.

The documents were filed by special master Louis Freeh and claims administrator Patrick Juneau.

Read the full story here.

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