Ga. Man Guilty of ‘Black Reparation’ Scam; Bilked 6,300 People

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A Georgia man was convicted Thursday by a Mississippi jury of defrauding elderly blacks by charging them a fee to pursue tax credits and other phony reparations from the U.S. Treasury. Morris James Sr., president of the Montezuma, Ga.-based National Resource Information Center, faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for
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