Faking Illness is Nancy Mark’s Strategy to Escape Court

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Psychic, Nancy Marks, was arrested in May 2010 after stealing $300,000 from her clients. She was able to do this by telling her clients that money is evil and so they should turn these over to her.

Marks also told her clients that anything that has the number six was bad and her psychic skills would cleanse them from this evil. In the report of the Daily Camera, the victims were actually promised that they will be able to get their money back. However, when they tried to get it back from the psychics, she already had excuses including saying that she has to continue keeping the money to prevent unpleasant things from happening to the clients.

Last Sunday, Marks checked in to the hospital. This is one day prior to her schedule of being in court on October 17, Monday. According to her lawyer, Marks suffers from high blood pressure, shortness of breath, and nausea.

The prosecutors do not believe that Marks’ is sick. They think she is trying to use this excuse to delay court proceedings. Michael Foote, Deputy District Attorney, said the GPS bracelet attached to the psychic revealed that she went to church on Sunday, had some errands, and checked into two hospitals. The second hospital was checked into after she was discharged from the first at 3 am.

Fourteen counts of theft and two counts of tax evasion are being faced by Marks according to the Daily Camera.

Another thing that Marks has to face if the judge assigned to her case finds that her illness is fake is a fine in excess of $500,000

Source : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/18/nancy-marks-psychic-who-stole-money_n_1017924.html

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