Fraudster’s Fake Army RecordMonday, 22nd February 2016 at 11:49am
A fraudster from Worksop told a court he had served with the army and was forced to leave for health reasons.
But neither he, nor his defence team, were able to provide any proof of his army career, or any acceptable evidence of his problems, according to the Worksop Guardian.
Nathan Johnson, who conned money from his ex-partner in an eBay scam and stole scaffolding from his boss, told a court he had mental problems after serving in Afghanistan and Iraq with the Paras.
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