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With the memory of Apr. 15 still burning, ponder the tale of Daniel Naple, who has gotten a lot out of two things most of us wouldn't relish: doing time and filing tax returns. While serving a grand theft sentence at a Belle Glade (Fla.) prison, Naple generated a tidy sum in illicit tax refunds, according to an Apr. 8 indictment. Naple used the names and Social Security numbers of hundreds of fellow inmates to file fake returns in 1989 and 1990, snaring nearly $75,000 on claims of $890,000 until the feds got wise, the indictment says.
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