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Topic - Steven Alexander Bolden
In a case that reveals how stunningly easy it can be to dupe the federal government out of millions of dollars, a Los Angeles area man has pleaded guilty to diverting thousands of surplus government computers and other electronics bound for needy schools to sham nonprofits.
He also said he knew it was a crime to try to resell the equipment, adding, "I know for a fact you won't get me to sell anything," according to an exchange outlined in court records.