40 'false blind' uncovered in Rome

'3.6-mn-euro fraud against Italian State'

40 'false blind' uncovered in Rome

Rome, June 12 - Italian police on Wednesday said they had uncovered 40 people falsely claiming benefit for the blind in and around Rome. The alleged fraudsters - 22 men and 18 women - were getting 1,100 euros a month on the strength of bogus certificates, police said. They are accused of defrauding the Italian State of almost 3.6 million euros. Their cases have been placed in the hands of prosecutors in Rome, Tivoli, Velletri and Civitavecchia, police said.

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