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Caldwell optometrist Christopher Card reaches plea deal in fraud case

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Posted: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 3:31 pm, Tue Dec 11, 2012.

BOISE — A Caldwell eye doctor has agreed to plead guilty to defrauding Medicaid of more than $1 million. Court records show Christopher Card had fraudulent records dating back as far as 1993 and continuing through August 2010.

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  • Sawtooth46 posted at 9:32 am on Tue, Aug 14, 2012.

    Sawtooth46 Posts: 911

    The fact that this guy was doing the fraudulent billing for so long, should have resulted in more jail time. Since his office manager was his wife, it is pretty clear that she was just as much a party to the scheme as he was. Try as they might, Federal and State governments can't seem to deter people from defrauding programs. Maybe long mandatory jail sentences would be a start. Hard to tell how much money this guy has hidden away to live happily ever after even after getting out of jail.........

     
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