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Seller of Fake Bomb Detecting Devices Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison in Great Britain

James McCormick, 57, showed no reaction as he was told his "callous confidence trick" was the worst fraud imaginable.

He made up to £60m selling useless bomb detectors which were based on a novelty £13 golf ball finder to security forces around the world. They were sold for up to £27,000 each.

Source: The Telegraph. Read full article. (link)

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