Feb 29 (Reuters) - Federal authorities unveiled charges on Wednesday against three dozen people suspected of involvement in a scheme to defraud automobile insurers that provide healthcare benefits to accident victims out of more than $275 million. The charges include conspiracies to commit racketeering, healthcare fraud and money laundering over a scheme dating back several years, according to an indictment unsealed on Wednesday. Prosecutors believe the defendants schemed to provide ...
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