Slaton conspired with his wife, Jacqueline, and brother-in-law, a US Postal service worker, to obtain stolen identities from prison inmates, and file fraudulent tax returns.
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- Department of Justice documents
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(a) Alabama Man Pleads Guilty to Involvement in Identity Theft Scheme Using Prisoner Names and Corrupt U.S. Postal Service Employee - www.DOJ.com, 07/29/2014