Saturday, February 20, 2016

Impostor Dupes Officials In Ohio

In what I will call a case of alliterative attribution, this story comes via The Blaze from The Blade, which is based in Toledo, Ohio.  In Ohio, an 18-year-old man appears to have deceived quite a few people into thinking that he was a state senator.  As The Blade reports:
An 18-year-old who duped Mohawk Local Schools officials, the Wyandot County sheriff, and a car dealership’s general manager into thinking he was a newly appointed state senator said he did it to prove a point about school security.
“These country schools think it can’t happen to them,” said Izaha Akins of Marion. He said he planned to write a paper about it.
Mr. Akins rendered Wyandot County red-faced after he was allowed to speak to a high school American Government class while using his own name and claiming to have been appointed to replace state Sen. David Burke (R., Marysville), who, he told officials, had resigned because of illness.
Later on, the real still-incumbent senator showed up at the school.  Read the full story.

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