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Received a phone call, which came over my recorder, stating he was from the U.S. Treasury, name T. Markle, foreign accent, so not sure of name. If I didn’t call him at 224-330-3282, I would be committing a federal criminal offense and would have to go before a magistrate judge, or Grand Jury.

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