What the WCPO I-Team learned about Social Security fraud
WCPO community reporter Lucy May talks about her story on Scott Noel, who was found dead in November 2018 in downtown Cincinnati, lying face down with his trousers and underwear pulled around his knees and his clothes soaking wet.
Later, WCPO I-Team reporter Craig Cheatham joins to discuss his investigation into the Social Security Administration's struggle to detect and stop fraud after learning of a Cincinnati man was caught spending his dead mother's social security checks for 27 years.
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