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Talk Show Hoaxer Pranked NFL, NBA Coaches

Act 5: Kenneth Tarr allegedly scammed talk shows with fake stories and conducted many sports hoaxes.
07:11 | 01/03/2014

Transcript for Talk Show Hoaxer Pranked NFL, NBA Coaches

Tonight the man you might have seen on tv before, perhaps you were riveted by his story, the problem is, each time he appeared, it was a different story. Fooling tv hosts and producers and so many of... See More
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