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October 30, 2009

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S. Thrillville

The DOJ investigates healthcare fraud???

It doesn't investigate healthcare fraud when the federal agency involved is the beneficiary of the fraudulent conduct.

In the next few months a forensic accountabilty review will show that the Dept. of Labor Office of Worker Compensation Program engaged in fraud
for purposes of whistleblower retaliation.

The FBI was given inter and intra-DOL documentation. A "Deferred Prosecution Agreement" may have been the reason the federal fraud wasn't investigated.

The OWCP is the federal program that mishandled the claims of injured workers from the Oklahoma City bombing.

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