Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Con artist extraordinaire

I've always been amazed by people who do this.

Their line of BS must be exquisite.

A lavish lifestyle leads to jail cell
By Guillermo Contreras - Express-News

Christopher Henry Aragon once claimed he was a successful, wealthy “trust-fund baby.”

Now, Aragon — who in reality was raised in a modest home the South Side — is accused of fraudulently obtaining bank loans to buy a $710,000 home in the Dominion and three luxury cars (one costing $170,000) and to party in Las Vegas with high rollers.

He's alleged to have done this before he was of legal drinking age, according to a federal indictment.

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