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Fictitious Victims
Lawyer pleads guilty to embezzlement in 2006 ink plant explosion
A lawyer who represented victims of the 2006 ink plant explosion in Danversport, MA has admitted to a scheme to swindle a finance company by creating fictitious victims of the blast.

Peter Lagorio pleaded guilty to 22 counts, including embezzlement, larceny and uttering forged documents, and charges of conspiracy to commit larceny and attempted larceny, during a hearing before Suffolk Superior Court Judge Carol Ball.

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