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Resource ID: #18203
Subject: Fraud
Source: New Yorker
Affiliation: 
Date: Sept. 3

Description

The New Yorker tells the story of James Hogue, a petty thief specialized in stealing bikes, who attempted to change his identity. The report sheds light on how Hogue has managed to become "Alexi Santana, a self-eduacted ranch hand, a gifted runner, and easily the most interesting member of the Princeton Class of 1993." The article describes how the fake Princeton freshman has been recognized, and charged with theft and forgery.

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