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GoFundMe scammer pleads guilty after defrauding donors who thought they were helping homeless vet

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And within a year, their sweet story had started to sour. D’Amico and McClure had raised nearly $403,000 to buy Bobbitt his own home and “dream” truck — a 1999 Ford Ranger. But in the months that followed, the couple had used the money to buy him a camper — in their own names — a TV, a laptop and two cellphones, as well as a used SUV that quickly broke down, according to local news reports at the time.

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