Holocaust fund fraud probe continues

The investigation into a scheme that scammed more than $42 million from Holocaust survivors continues.Prosecutors say 17 Brighton Beach residents are responsible for raiding funds

BROOKLYN - The investigation into a scheme that scammed more than $42 million from Holocaust survivors continues.

Prosecutors say 17 Brighton Beach residents are responsible for raiding funds designated for cash-strapped Holocaust victims.

According to officials, the Brooklyn residents created more than 5,500 fraudulent applications for people who were not eligible for assistance.

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