Hector Becerra

Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times

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You might never have heard of Leonis and Dominica Malburg — both in their 80's — but their  conviction of fraud and conspiracy  is big news in the  City of Vernon , an industrial town…

The Curious Case of the City of Vernon

You might never have heard of Leonis and Dominica Malburg — both in their 80's — but their conviction of fraud and conspiracy is big news in the City of Vernon , an industrial town…

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