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    :: Saturday, December 30, 2006 ::

    Lobsters Don’t Lie - Ellsworth American, ME
    Crustaceans and clams starred as unlikely informants in a workers’ compensation fraud case in Hancock County.

    An almost three-year case of “something’s fishy” finally ended with the sentencing of William Fennelly of Lamoine to a seven-month jail sentence on two felony counts of perjury.

    Fennelly collected incapacity benefits for a back injury suffered while working for boatbuilder John M. Williams Co. in December 2000.
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