Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Rome millionaires nabbed living in subsidized housing


Rome, November 8 - Police nabbed a Rome family
Thursday for falsely claiming poverty in order to live in a
subsized home while earning millions annually.
In 2009 alone, police said the suspects earned six million
euros, invested in property, bought pleasure boats and played
the stock market.
In a dragnet, police said they uncovered over 12,000
families in Rome whose income did not correspond with what they
declared to qualify for state housing.
In 24 cases, earnings were 40,000 to 100,000 euros above
the threshold, and some families were paying as little as 7.75
euros per month on rent.
In one instance, a realtor who purchased a motor boat was
caught living in a rent-subsidized home for 281 euros per month.
Others claimed to have zero income while owning things such
as stores and real estate.

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