Man who lied on COVID relief application spent loan on Pokemon card

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Sometimes, a hobby can lead to a prison term – like when a man lied on his COVID relief application and spent most of the $85k loan on a… Pokemon card. Yeah, just one card could now put him behind bars for 20 years – plenty of time to ‘catch them all’.

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