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Former AFTRA Retirement Fund executive charged in $3.4-million fraud case
A former executive at the AFTRA Retirement Fund has been arrested, along with a business vendor, and charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with an alleged false invoicing scheme that cost the health and retirement fund millions of dollars.
Former AFTRA Retirement Fund executive charged in $3.4-million fraud case

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