Mogul of Pineapples
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Why this man thought he could get away, I have no idea.
The charges would obviously take place after the time of the cardholder's death. That would only mean the card was stolen. Depending on how the person died there most likely wouldn't be many people in contact with the person after they died, having the chance to take the card. That narrows it down right there.
Then using the credit card at a strip club where he probably spent a lot and there would be witnesses who remember it all. This man was almost asking to get caught.
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