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One Fund Fraud Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
BOSTON (AP) _ A Boston woman has pleaded not guilty to fraudulently receiving thousands of dollars by claiming she was injured in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Joanna Leigh was arraigned Monday on charges of larceny and making a false claim to a government agency...
Charity Set Up After Marathon Bombing To Close
A charity created to help victims of the Boston Marathon bombings is winding down operations.
One Fund Boston said in a statement Tuesday that it will not accept any more donations after Dec. 15.
The organization's president, Jim Gallagher, said he hopes the city never again has a need for a fund…
Man Accused of “One Fund” Fraud Files Suit
A man charged with trying to bilk the Boston Marathon bombing victims' fund out of more than $2 million has filed a federal lawsuit claiming state police violated his constitutional rights when they arrested him.
The Boston Herald reports that Branden Mattier alleges police misconduct and is see…
One Fund Boston Target of Fraud
A New Jersey woman has been charged with trying to defraud a charity that aids the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Authorities say 44-year-old Iris Gamble of Linden of New Jersey submitted a claim with the One Fund Boston, saying she was injured during the April 15 blasts and wanted money fr…
Did One Fund Scammer Have Help?
It's despicable that Branden Mattier attempted to defraud One Fund of nearly 2.2 million dollars! In my book, he's a dirtbag who falsely claimed his aunt, dead for 10 years, had been injured during the Marathon bombings.

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