(Add details, quotes, byline) By Siobhan Kennedy NEW YORK, Nov 25 (Reuters) - U.S. authorities charged three men with orchestrating the largest identity theft scheme in U.S. history, a scam that "picked the pockets" of thousands of consumers to steal millions of dollars. Announcing the arrests on Monday, Manhattan U.S Attorney James Comey said more than 30,000 consumers across the United States were affected. Authorities pegged losses at $2.7 million, which Comey said could rise as the ...
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