I Remember Mama: Man Arrested After Impersonating Dead Mother for Benefits

DMVThomas Prusik-Parkin is an attentive son to a fault. He was captured on surveillance tap dressed as his deceased mother to collect over $100,000 benefits from social security and rent subsidies. His mother Irene Prusik died in 2003 at 73.

Prusik-Parkin allegedly worked with Mhilton Rimolo, who he portrayed as the helpful nephew.

He is now charged with grand larceny, forgery and conspiracy . . . but he qualifies for AARP discounts.

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  2. Ba bump, ba bumpapa, bump, ba bump.

    (Charles Gounod, Funeral March of a Marionette)

  3. I retract,Don’t all jump on me at once.I had mede the assumption that he was getting money through “Direct Deposit”.

    Hes got “Onions” to say the least.

  4. This is one of the flaws of “Direct Deposit”.That is the only way he could have gotten away with this for so long.

  5. I can understand why he did this. Greed. Yep, Its ok for Government employees to steal from the Government. But it is not for a private citizen to steal from the government.

    It boils down to one word “Competition” the Government hates competition. Think about it, the banks, money, identity.

  6. Was he really appropriating his dead mother’s identity or was it an homage?


    Good one!

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