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It wasn’t fraud on a billion-dollar, Bernie Madoff scale, but it still was fraud. And Trina Lee Kenney got caught.

When complaints about Kenney’s business practices started surfacing from irate horse buyers all across the United States and in Canada, the Feds started investigating. An FBI agent and a United States Postal Inspector acting undercover contacted Kenney about buying “Azure,” a Friesian mare. According to the Department of Justice, the agents paid Kenney $5,000 for Azure, but Kenney never delivered the mare. She couldn’t, because Azure existed only in Kenney’s fertile imagination. Not surprisingly, Kenney then failed to respond to inquiries from the agents about the whereabouts of their new horse

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