$85,000 stolen in dribs and drabs from NH man in 'Jamaican Lottery' scheme




WASHINGTON - It began with a series of reassuring calls and a request for a $500 fee -- not a back-breaking sum for a retired professional pilot -- in order to claim the prize. By the time the nonstop calls were halted six month later, Kim Nichols' elderly father had lost his health, his trust and $85,000 to Jamaica-based scam artists who were as convincing as they were relentless
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