A lie, all a lie.
The feel-good story of the year was based on deception, duplicity and greed. And how was the deceit uncovered? Because the fraudsters fell out over money.
It was money that was at the start of the con game. Johnny Bobbitt — a homeless man and former Marine (both true) — allegedly used his last US$20 to buy gas for motorist Katelyn McClure when she found herself stranded and out of money in one of the tougher areas of Philadelphia.
His generosity “changed my entire...