If you’re from eastern Kentucky, you know the name Eric C. Conn—a lawyer better known as “Mr. Social Security,” he had miles of bright yellow billboards, TV commercials, and a larger-than-life personality. While winning millions in social security benefits for clients, Conn cruised around one of the nation’s poorest counties in a Rolls-Royce, traveled the world, opened a brothel, intimidated his rivals, and so much more. But there was a problem: Conn was breaking all the rules to defraud the United States government of more than $550 million. And when he finally got caught, he fled the country! Featuring shady government officials, voodoo dolls, and an unbelievable manhunt, this is the story of one of the largest scams in U.S. history. The Big Conn: The Official Podcast is an Apple TV+ podcast, produced by Fun Meter. Listen and follow on Apple Podcasts. Watch The Big Conn on Apple TV+, where available.https://apple.co/thebigconn_apatv
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The chase for Conn ends, but has justice truly been served? The Social Security Administration cuts off benefits to all Conn clients, leading to a region-wide crisis. Sarah takes an unexpected road trip with Jennifer to find answers. James and Brian ... more
Conn is gone—maybe for good. Just when it looks like Eric got the best of the FBI with his boastful red herrings, there’s a break in the case. Agents cut through his diversions and close in on Conn. more
After years of hearings and disagreements about jurisdiction, the statute of limitations to indict Eric is almost up. Federal agents make a Hail Mary plea to the Department of Justice. We examine the circuitous investigation that led to charges, and ... more
Eric Conn figured out how to abuse the system and make a mockery of the few safety nets the United States provides. It makes me furious (in between finding hilarity) that this was possible and was allowed to continue for so long. What makes me even more furious is the aftermath for Conn’s victims. Things need to change in this country.
You start off thinking Conn is a horror, but no! It’s our own government! Shocker! 🙄 Social Security Administration is the horror, yet they walk away totally unscathed. Eric C Conn got screwed!
I loved the documentary and pod cast. Excellent work!
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I watched all of the show already then I found the podcast. Episode 1 of the podcast provides succinct background information about SSA, why there was a backlog of cases, and the friendship between the two whistleblowers. It also explains that SSA was beginning the process of switching from paper folders to a new electronic system. more
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