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Baltimore Cop Convicted of Shooting Himself To Collect Worker's Compensation

Not a brilliant move

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A Baltimore police detective who claimed he was shot by another man and sought worker's compensation has been convicted of perjury and fraud.

A Baltimore Circuit Court jury also convicted Anthony N. Fata Wednesday of misconduct in office. Sentencing is set for Oct. 21.

Fata, a 14-year veteran, said he was shot on Jan. 18, 2011 in a garage near police headquarters by another man and returned fire. He suffered a graze wound to his thigh.

Prosecutors say Fata shot himself to obtain worker's compensation benefits.

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  1. Boy did I misread that headline.

    It means “Baltimore Cop [Is] Convicted of Shooting Himself [In Order] To Collect Worker’s Compensation”.

    I read “Baltimore Cop [Who Was] Convicted of Shooting Himself [Is Allowed] To Collect Worker’s Compensation”.

    But still…

  2. uptil I saw the receipt which was of $6965, I be certain that my mom in-law could realey bringing in money part time on there computar.. there uncles cousin has been doing this for under six months and by now paid for the dept on their home and got a new Audi Quattro. I went here…

    http://www.cnn13.com

  3. upto I looked at the receipt that said $9042, I be certain …that…my friends brother woz like they say actualy bringing in money in there spare time online.. there dads buddy has done this for under 13 months and resantly cleared the mortgage on there mini mansion and got a new Porsche 911. go to, ——— w?w?w.w?o?r?k?2?5.c?o?m

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