For those that haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of Mr. Conn by now. Last year, Eric Conn, found his disability-claim empire crumble after federal investigators discovered he had been bribing a doctor to approve fake disability claims (with zero evidence).
In late 2016, he was arrested and indicted on unheard of charges. Forced to wear a bracelet, Conn, would (fast forward to June) find a way to reportedly cut off his bracelet and allegedly flee the country. According to reports and one particular Herald newspaper, e-mails from Conn, found their way to numerous outlets across America.
In those e-mails, Conn, claimed that with the help of an accomplice overseas he managed to get a fake passport and easily fled the country. He claimed to have boarded a commercial flight to a new location from Kentucky earlier this month, before, having boarded an international flight to a “country that does not have an extradition treaty” with the United States.
Meanwhile, his victims are “seething” with anger according to their lawyers. Lawyers say that they’re “using everything in their power” to find Conn and bring him to justice. In other news, dozens of his victims are fighting tooth and nail to save their disability checks before they lose them forever.