January 16, 2023

EP. 173 — The Hospice Hustlers w/ Matt Apodaca

What’s Poppin’ Con-gregation? This week, Matt Apodaca joins the show to discuss how Marsha Farmer, a hospice worker, contributed to massive fraud practices in Mississippi. Plus, a former officer of the Johnson County Sheriff’s office in Kansas was caught trying to scam a store out of nearly $400 worth of Pokémon cards. Stay Schemin’! 

CW: @28:37 Talk of end of life care  

        @45:23 Mention of murder

Research By Kaelyn Brandt 

Sources: 

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2022/12/05/how-hospice-became-a-for-profit-hustle

https://www.kgns.tv/content/news/Former-Rio-Bravo-mayor-and-others-found-guilty-oin-150-million-scheme-564587861.html

https://kotaku.com/pokemon-cards-scam-police-cop-caught-kansas-card-box-1849778286

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