As if digging out of the rubble of deadly tornadoes were not enough of a challenge: Midwest residents and cleanup crews now have to work around people trying to exploit the destruction.
Such opportunists come in many forms, including looters, tornado tourists, fraudulent charities and contractors looking to capitalize.
"Unfortunately, it's that way and it's been that way," Albert Hale, emergency manager for Laurel County, K.Y., said with a sigh. "It's a part of society.
"It was brought to...Full Story