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Cruel Deception

(2001)1h 35mNR
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For three years, investigators follow a trail of phony money. The fake bills appear a few at a time in cities across the United States. As the frequency of the passes increases, Secret Service agents struggle to try and capture one of America’s most notorious counterfeiters. The case takes a bizarre twist when investigators uncover evidence revealing still darker crimes. As the counterfeiting case becomes more sinister, agents must confront their suspect’s depraved legacy. Haunted by sadistic trophies, agents begin a terrifying search for the lives shattered by one man’s Cruel Deception.
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