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Wisconsin man not guilty in Social Security fraud case

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. — One of three Wisconsin residents accused of cashing the Social Security checks of a relative who's presumed dead was found not guilty this week by reason of mental defect, after a medical expert testified that the man may have failed to understand he was breaking the law. Charles Jost, 67, of Amherst, told a Portage County judge on Monday that he only has a first-grade...

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