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A federal investigation found that one Navy employee used a government credit card to buy two cars, cosmetic surgery and a motorbike. In all, that person made 59 fraudulent purchases worth more than $132,000. And that's just one of numerous examples of credit card abuse and fraud in a half dozen federal agencies that investigators uncovered. Among the items purchased were a mounted deer head, LEGO toy robots and a Louis Vuitton briefcase.

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